El Tucano Resort & Thermal Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... El Rio Bolsa, everyone got in a raft with a dutch family, it was all going well until the mum fell in and Martin tried to make a joke which wasn't funny and just confused the situation even more. However, it was really good fun, and even though it wasn't really adrenaline racing or 100% exhilarating, it was a really good time. Afterwards, we were driven (by the ...
... was fun, I was so freaked, but I really felt accomplished! Keep in mind this was the first of 4 repels and then something called a Monkey Drop.
So at the bottom of the first repel, well you have to climb back up. There are metal rungs bolteded into the side of the cliff that you have to climb up. Needless to say a giant put those in, not spaced for short people. So for the second and last freak out of the day, about half way up I ...
What a day, packed with outdoor activities. We started it off at The Rainforest Cafe with banana pancakes and cafe latte. we had another stroll through Parque Central enjoying the ambiance, looking through the church and buying some souvenirs. Then we geared up with ponchos and umbrellas in case of rain and to shade us from the hot, hot sun. we were off to the Waterfall. We caught a taxi because we didn't know exactly where it was and directions were vague at ...
... there for a few seconds, until they decided to let you drop. For me, this was a much funner thing to do than the rappelling. The next 2 rappels where very short. On was 80 feet down and the other was 45 feet down. The last rappel was crazy. This rappel was only waterfall. You had to rappel down the stream no matter what (unless of course you wanted to jump down the waterfall in a single bound). This was very fun, and at the end I was wet, but not very cold. After we changed ...
... such as brightly colored pit vipers and to use caution and stay along the path. Although snakes were not seen, probably hiding in dens out of the rain, we were introduced to a variety of plants as the sugar cane transitioned to a life zone known as the tropical humid forest. We learned how the bromiliads that grow seemingly everywhere in this forest, collect dead plant material as it falls in their long spooning leaves. As it rots, the base of the leaves will take in the nutrients ...