Rainbow Valley Lodge
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... playing cards, and I spent $2.50 on a snickers bar because I was so hungry. We took the 2pm bus back, stopped at the grocery store for snacks, and headed home!
At dinner, we learned about a veggie called chayote, which looks like a green potato and tastes great! We've actually been eating it this whole trip without figuring out what it is, and I had never seen it before it had been chopped ...
... 160; Zip lines originated in Costa Rica for scientist to get to tree to tree. Then an entrepreneur realized the commercial impact these could have and now you have the longest and fastest in the world. And to top it all off it is in the Cloud Forest. One great side note, is I visited this same place last year and they got a picture of me in pure horror of me screaming for my life. I signed the picture last year and gave them permission to use it on their ...
... is usually 90% chance of rain each day. So I told my students before we left that it will rain every day and you will be in 2 conditions, either soaking wet or damp, NEVER dry. Well wouldn't you know it, for 5 straight days it did NOT rain once! My students thought I was crazy. But with no rain allowed us to do all of our activities. Everyday we would wake up at 5 am have breakfast at 6am and go hiking on the trail by ...
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... It also occurred to me that there was a dense weeded patch in the middle of the river that I was swimming to that if a crocodile was near me, then it would be waiting for me there, camouflaged. I thought I’d rather take my chances with being swept away than being most certainly eaten as I stopped swimming and let the current take me. Just then I saw Oliver making his way to a small sandbank which I decided to head to as well. For what ...