Termales del Bosque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
Finally having a few moments to get caught up with our news. We arrived late on Wednesday night. Gadventures picked us up at the airport and took us to our hotel. It was dark so couldn't see much, but the city looked fairly clean and not much of a shock to the senses. Next morning we had a fresh fruit breakfast in the open garden courtyard of the little hotel. We were pretty insulated in the hotel, because as we stepped out of the front door, we stepped onto the busiest Main Street of ...
... species or maybe we know them, cause Australia isn't that big right??? They are all really lovely though. There is the group of students, a couple on their honeymoon and a group on a family holiday (mum & dad holidaying with their adult children). After some brief instructions, off we go. The ziplining is good fun with some really long lines (800m). Then we arrive at the superman 1590m long. For this one you are hooked on with two harnesses opposed to the one ...
... the scariest thing I have seen in all my life, scarier than the bear in Yellowstone, scarier even than the snake in Australia. This was also a snake, bright green, perched in a tree just above my head and though not as big as the Australian tiger snake, it was absolutely terrifying. I think I ran all the was up the stairs and felt like I had barrly escaped a heart attack, either from the shock or from the running up all those stairs. It took a long time for me to calm back ...