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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... liked it a lot, and others not so much; however, we all put aside our "likes" and got the work done pretty fast.
About 10 hours later we finished a second coat of the orange paint and had completely finished those tedious brown rocks. Don't worry parentals, we didn't legitimately work 10 hours straight! We had a lovely snack break where we ate apple, pineapple, cheese, carne, and potato pastries and an hour long lunch break, where everyone except us ...
... do the rest, even breaking. The ziplining was really good, traversing a ravine with a river flowing at the bottom. The tour included a bit of rock climbing and a tarzan swing. Mum wasn't too fond of the tarzan swing, especially when the guy at the other end of it didn't grab her so she swung back again! Better value for money i say. Then came the hot springs. Me, Ott, mum, Peni and Cath took the shuttle to the Rio Negro hot ...
... middle of nowhere, where a sandwich will probably cost a tenner. So we buy ham, cheese, bread and copious amounts of water. We take this to extreme by buying a coolbox as well. After another little chill out at the hotel we make oir way to the bus station to go to the airport to meet mum and our Mark. The first bus going is rammed so we decide to give it a wide birth and wait for the next ...
... me and did my best to get some pictures, easier said than done when you bouncing up and down everywhere but hopefully I managed to get a few worthwhile shots. Halfway through the trip we had a break where we got fed some pineapple and an opportunity to stretch our legs. It became apparent quite quickly that we would all be a little saddle sore for a few days afterwards but it was definitely worth it.
... and guacamole and a fruit plate at big trout bar and then changed into our walking clothes. The first trek was the waterfall path lots of steps going down the steps were damp but the weather had turned and shorts were good again and the sun was favoring us. After the waterfall we made our way via a shuttle back to reception and then we had to walk back down into the park. It was closing in on the aviary feeding time so that was where we went. All ...