Tilajari Hotel Resort
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... to reach the sun and grow. The hanging bridges were also fun for me, since I love heights! Although the last one we walked across was very shaky, making it difficult to enjoy the view as well as from the others as we walked across. It was also nice to see two waterfalls during our walk.
Once the walk was finished, our next activity was to take the Sky Tram up to the top of the rainforest. We had a really nice view as we went up the ...
... for two hours down the river.
Dan had the foresight to bring a little water-proof camera which he strapped to his helmet for some great action shots. As well as riding the rapids, each of us took a turn at sitting on the bow and holding the safety rope with one hand as if we were riding a bull. That was definitely the best moment on the ride.
Halfway through we stopped to eat some fruit and watched as fish jumped to eat our discarded pieces of ...
... to climb up to see the crater lake Cerro Chato, but given the circumstances I thought hiking would probably be a bad idea, especially on my own in this rain, and once up top I more than likely wouldn't actually be able to see much, as the entire volcano was hidden in the clouds (unfortunately I didn't see it at all during my stay in La Fortuna). But the waterfalls were pretty spectacular. The constant rain has made them impressively forceful. On my way back up from the waterfalls ...
W3 are now watching the officer transition. The whole school is here to watch new officers installed. First the assembly with the flag, then national anthem, followed by the anthem for San Carlos, the area where we are now. There is a pledge for the school as ...
... 9!!!) meal then back on the road again, aiming to get to Monteverde, by a combination of three different buses which may or may not get us there. To be honest, I never expected us to do it, as the roads are gash (this time they had been left deliberately bad to try and cut the visitor numbers, which I guess is a good thing), but yeh got the first two buses fine, but were too later to catch the third, and with taxi’s quoting a ridiculous $100 for 30km, tried (and succeeded) ...