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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... crocodiles (see crocodile spa video), toucans (and actually feeding them), sloths (sleeping) and many cats and other native animals that I promise I've remembered their names. The rest of the day was all about the hot springs. The resort had 3, but not just three pools, but 3 sets. Each set probably contained at least 8-15 pools with varying temperatures. Our first experience was the very raw springs near the river which was absolutely delightful, especially when you are ...
Today we went on an estuary tour with Marizzio from King Fisher Tours. On the tour we saw a pack of wild howler monkeys, 3 baby crocodiles and one six foot long adult. We also saw stingrays and lots of different birds, iguanas and crabs. After the boat tour we went to the beach ...
... he walks away, shoulders slumped.
Tilaran is only a half hour journey and the fare is about £1. I get off in the town centre and go and check at the bus station that the last bus has already departed for La Fortuna. I also check the times for tomorrows buses. Another taxi driver who is having a conversation with a bus driver confirms what I already knew. The last bus was at 3pm. The taxi driver then offers to drive me to La Fortuna. I tell him no ...
... the temperature reaches 900 degrees C in the volcano peak again and it’s hot enough to become active again. Oh well hopefully it will clear up in the morning and we’ll get our spectacular view! So Friday comes and goes with the rain, and the hot springs were awesome, so it took our minds off not seeing the volcano. We returned to the resort when it was dark, so still no sign of the volcano.
Saturday morning I woke up desperately hoping ...
Because the students are here and they need constant things to do, this morning we had planned to do a beach clean up as the tide washes in a lot of rubbish, woah nearly wrote trash, shows how much they're rubbing off on me. We split into two groups and set off in different directions. Me, Kim and some others set off South and I think we managed to pick the hottest and most humid day to do it. Although we were looking ...