Hacienda Primavera Wilderness Ecolodge
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... bbq corn smothered in mayonnaise and Parmesan cheese while being projectiled up to 25cm off my seat over bumps. La Casa del Arbor This is a swing that is suspended on a treehouse built on the edge of a Mountain about a 20min drive up from Banos. At the top of the hill you hike for 5 mins (I can tell you Santiago (taxi driver) does not exercise much given how much he was puffing!). You are met by a little man wearing a hard hat and overalls who collects your $1 admission. ...
... time I'm going to update you all on our movements, these movements will take us up until the 15th August when we land in Heathrow.
Our last month will be spent in Colombia roughly as follows :
- Cali – Apparently a city of passion and Salsa with the world's best looking people, I'm sure I'll fit right in.
- The pacific coast – undeveloped and until recently still a dangerous place for tourists but it's safe for now and we're ...
... by there were a handful of tortoises sleeping in the nest area. The frog exhibits were something else entirely, this is the first and only time in my life that I’ve seen frog enclosures that were outside! The exhibits themselves were similar to our own, but it was simply fascinating that they were outside in the open air. The graphics surrounding the animals were well done. They clearly put a lot of effort into educating zoo guests and teaching them to ...
... The walk took just on an hour along some busy roads then beside a large park. The mall was very upmarket with lots of "names". We stopped for lunch at the food hall then took another route home. Initially it was nice with lots of tourist hotels but went down fast to more local shops and a bit dodgy. Would not like it there at night. Back at hotel with an hour to spare before we meet our new ...
... lot of unfriendly stares as we hugged our bags to our chests and sat in the front seats. Thinking we had to get off we stood up, but realising it was a stop too soon went to sit back down, but before we could some middle aged ladies had pushed past us to claimed them. They complained loudly as Rhianwyn trod on their feet while trying to keep her balance as the bus sped round a corner. On arriving at the mid way terminal everyone rushed as one to get off ...