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... Wayne) who got on the bridge just as I began swinging. Pat freaked out and Wayne began screaming as the swing reached its height. I realized too late that there were four screams coming from behind me (not 2) and as the bridge settled Pat was still screaming. I found out later that she had just had open heart surgery so I guess the fact that I had to carry her piggy back for the rest of the hike (about a mile…seemed like 4) was warranted. Why don't ...
... of horse riding following on from my great experience a few days prior. This time I get a bigger horse but (in my opinion) its not quite so well behaved. She wants to gallop and shiv the other horses. A lot! Having never galloped on a horse before I pretty much **** myself. Holding on for dear life seems to do the trick and actually it's quite a rush. It would be great to learn how to ride properly......I think I will ...
I am good to go. Phew! It’s so weird even if I know I am not doing
anything wrong those situations make me a little on edge.
arrive in Arenal and the volcano is impressive. The boys booked a
different hostel than us and so I decide to drop them of at their s
first. And, what do you know, right before their hostel the street
turns one way going the opposite way. So, that is why everyone ...
Après cette magnifique expérience à El Castillo, je désire me rendre à Juan del Sur, mais les itinéraires classiques touristiques pour y aller ne me plaisent pas. Pour les locaux, si rien n'est prévu pour les touristes à un endroit, il est impossible d'y aller! Mais j'entends parler d'un bateau qui part pour Punta Pizote, un petit village de pêcheurs perdu sur les rives du sud du Lac Nicaragua! En me renseignant, on me dit que le bateau vient de partir, on ...
... had fun blocking the water flow in one section to then release it on us while we were below, creating a forceful cascade of water over our heads! The last waterfall we came to was the whopper one where you had to have a head for heights standing at the edge and some guts of steel to lean yourself precariously out! All good adrenalin fun and we did a rapid freefall to finally touch base again at the bottom.
Next up was our nature hike with ...