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... yesterday especially for me and Gab. After lunch everybody went to famous and the I guess the most adventurous ride of all which was the water rafting. I would have loved to try this as well but I don't mind being with my 1 year old son. There's a lot of next time anyway. So according to them this tiring and challenging ride was a 4 hour fight with the rapids. That was pretty tiring and also they had some cave adventures on the side. This was pretty fun ...
... and the cab would only cost 150P ($3.75). When I checked at reception nobody knew anything about this
One person told me it would cost 200P, then another worker said 250P. This was getting ridiculous again when two people standing right next to each other have just given me two different prices. The owner had told me 150P and that he would be here in ...
... It gave me some perspective. I decided before I left that I would take Borrick, his wife, and Junfil to see a movie. One of the other volunteers, Kamila from Australia, was kind enough to babysit at the base while I took them out. It was probably one of the best days out of my time there. I convinced one of the other volunteers to come with me, and we took them to have pizza for the first time. They really didn't have any input on what they wanted to eat when we ...
For our last night, we wanted to see some bands to hear some local music. Unfortunately, most of the bands are show-bands and only play cover songs. We got to talk to some of the musicians, judging by the way they play, they really know their craft but due to low demands for original music they are forced to playing cover songs to earn some cash.
I would love go back to CDO and hear some originals one day.
... made it safer of course.
From the starting point, you have to cross the Sky Bridge to get to the zipline area. The zipline is quite short but it was still exciting since it's a 150-feet off the ground. The part I enjoyed most was rappelling down that 150-feet tree (need I say 150feet some more?). I took my time rappelling, I stopped from time to time to marvel at the natural structure of the place, there were no artificial walls, it was as if ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
Not the best area but a great little hotel for a stop over between port and airport, £18 a night with breakfast. good choice of food. can get anywhere easily.
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