Travel Blogs from La Fortuna
... up just as the bus was driving past the house window – cue large swearing! This meant I had to then walk the 4km back in wind and rain at 4.45 back to the centre in order to get the 6am bus which went via a different road.
Anyway… I did make it out, and travelled another 8 hours to basically go to the beach for half a day! The thought of doing something like that back at home is absolutely ludicrous, but you just get on with it when ...
... br> various settings including private practice with people suffering from
chronic physical illnesses and hospice care. She arrived in Monteverde a
few years ago with her 5 year old son, Stuart. She founded PAWS
costarica (Promotion of Animal Wellbeing Society), a non-profit
organization to help educate people regarding the responsible and
compassionate treatment of animals. ...
White water rafting ... it was supposed to be grade 3 and 4 but to me with my WWR background it was more of a grade 2 and 3.
Very well organised with the organisation and the way the guys got all of us into our gear so quickly. Well done ...
... agency to charter a minibus for us to our hotel near Volcan Arenal. This was a three-hour ride after 12 hours of traveling up to that point. We were exhausted, and all of us were falling asleep in our 9:30 p.m. dinner. We woke up refreshed on the morning of December 27 for an adventure day of zip-lining and hiking in a park in the rainforest around Volcan Arenal. My MIL, Eileen, challenged herself for this birthday to go zip-lining, and she was a champion. It was ...
... were so amazing! Kim aka LONDON LONDON got picked on by the guide right from the beginning which was highly amusing with her awkward laughs and eye contact to me haha!
Once we got to the top we were given our safety helments/life jackets and put into groups of 6. We were all set and off we went, starting with Class 1 rapids and reaching Class 4! It was sooooo much fun, highly recommend it to anyone… already planning ...