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- Airport Transportation
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... safety instructions and off we went. Pura Aventura's zip-line canopy consisted of 11 cables, all designed to give us an exhilarating experience while soaring through the forest. I was proud of all four kids, none of whom showed any fear whatsoever when taking off from the platforms. Some of the lines were so long that they had to ride with one the guides so they wouldn't get stuck in the middle, but they were able to ride on their own most of the time. The twins even opted ...
... secret’ beaches rarely seen by tourists, and even took me roller skating. Like 4 wheels roller skating. That did not go over well, at all. He was by far one of the most genuine people I have ever met. Other than his puppy ploy, he spoke honestly, he cared deeply, and was selfless. I will see Estiben again, sooner than later.
Next to introduce is my frenchie Pauline! Pauline came into my class during week 2. This ...
... 8217;t believe me wikipedia it!!
Seriously minutes after checking into our new digs, the heavens opened and we were stuck for what to do here seeing as we only had two nights. The hostel staff recommended that we take to the local hot springs that are located all around the base of the volcano - the rain really wouldn’t interfere with you getting wet anyways huh? The #1 hot spring in the area is called Baldi and tickets can be bought with a full dinner buffet for $36 each - ...
... the better of the two that we visited (the second one we'll post about next) as the waves were so big! It's a very popular surfing spot, although we didn't actually try it out. The boys were happy enough just riding the waves on their own.
The holiday apartments had a pool which we made frequent use of. On the first morning the boys got up early and went in ...
... mountains. Mandy found a transfer service that allows you to white water raft part of the way and we gave it a go. Heading down the mighty Rio Pacuare was simply stunning. A deep gorge in the rainforest with some decent class IV rapids. There was one tense moment where the boat almost flipped, but we arrived downstream safe and soaked. The rest of the bus ride was silent after paddling for 30k's however.
La Fortuna is the closest town to ...