Tree Houses Hotel Costa Rica
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Free parking
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... olds to do this. The first one, which is always the hardest to newbies, was by far the most daunting of all of them. I went first, vowing not to look down the 120 feet to the bottom. I was surprised by how hard it was to actually descend…I had to feed the rope through the pulley at my hip, and make sure I didn't twist and turn and instead kept my feet straight out trying to kick off the rock wall. The waterfall created a very slippery surface against which to kick off, ...
... and learned a little more about the rainforest from the guide in our cart with us. Once we were at the top of the tram, we took a few pictures and then Jason was off to his next adventure of zip lining back down to the ground! We have both previously done zip lining in the Dominican Republic and enjoyed it very much! Jason says this experience was definitely more organized and professionally run. He says the views were amazing and so were ...
... then pulled out a fishing line, attached some watermelon to the hook and within a minute or so had pulled a very respectable sized fish out of the river. After showing us the fish's teeth, he allowed it to swim away.
When we got to the end of the trip, we changed into some dry clothes and had some lunch (rice and chicken for me) before motoring back to La Fortuna. On the way I'm casually day-dreaming out the bus window when I notice Romel, one of the ...
... cloud forrest national parks, but I've already been in a couple and aren't too bothered. I'm here for the zip lining (happy birthday from Mama). I was expecting for this day to be for transit, ziplining to happen tomorrow and to jog on the day after. However I could pack ziplining in this avo, and bugger off tomorrow instead. I was thinking about just staying here for the extra day and kicking back, but this doesn't feel like that kinda place. The final nail in the ...
... one of the trees outside and asked us what we thought it was. It smelled wonderful: cinnamon!
We went back to our rooms, finished packing and headed to the van. We left about 9:00. We headed out of the lowlands and into the foothills. We went through many small towns. We stopped at a grocery store in Agua Zarcas to get ice and water. We saw a House Sparrow inside the store as most places are open air markets. Then we stopped ...