- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... first to zip line down, highest zip line in Central America, fastest in Costa Rica, over the trees, so high, adrenaline plus, zip 1, 2, 3, rainbow over the lake, 4, 5, rain like pins in my face, 6, have a pit stop drink, 7, zipped all the way down, what a rush, Lauren Luke and I back on the 10:30am shuttle, back for a quick lunch, ragu, Loz gets her bus, we all say our farewells, what an awesome trip with another Reynold, sad to say goodbye, off to our ...
... arm holes and running down onto my bum, what fun. But in the end all you can do is laugh and honestly I did enjoy it as where else in the world could you say 'yes I've sat in the back of a cattle truck at 3:00 am in Costa Rica having witnessed hundreds of turtles nesting'. All part of the journey. Got more people arriving next week and hopefully a busy week with hatchlings. Also planning a Halloween party for the kids so that should be good. The journey awaits ...
... I learnt is actually how they speak which sounds weird but I've never had to use it in a real life setting and gradually I am becoming more confident in using it. This afternoon could not have been any better. One of the little girls who was about 4 really surprised me too. She was playing in the sand just digging a hole which I thought nothing of but she got up and went and collected all the dug up hatchling shells on ...
... In the mean time, we found another one. She was right in there middle of the an island of vegetation on the beach. She was just in the process of digging her hole so we sat and watched. Finally she started laying and we moved in. Again we collected the eggs and watched her flip away back into the ocean - pretty cool! Got back to hatchery, dug some new holes and buried them again. By this time it was about 5:00am so we went back, ...
... a foreign language and overall still having a good time. Not many people get to do what I'm doing and in this country, most residents do not have the comforts I have back home. No air conditioning, no clothes dryers (luxury), old old old cars as newer ones are very expensive and yet, they are happy. They have everything they need to sustain an easy going lifestyle. So Pura Vida!! Kinda like Hakuna Matata from the Lion King. Needless to say, I was able to enjoy the rest ...