Costa Rica, Adventure Day in the Jungle, part 1

I know… feels like this trip will never end, right?  ;)

It actually went by very quickly for us. Saturday through Saturday with six full days of adventure activities. Puts “vacation” in a whole new perspective.

On this particular day, we hiked up from jungle camp, a little deeper into the jungle, and spent the morning exploring the rain forest canopy.

Which means we zip lined…

{And hung out…}

And rappelled…

And walked the wire bridge, as well as wooden bridges.

The height was deceptive, because the tops of trees below us formed a green canopy, through which we never saw the forest floor. That actually made it a little less scary.

{Notice my 6’2″ son, way down below}

We embraced adventure,

Trusted strangers {our very talented guides},

Abandoned fear.

And we enjoyed each other.

I think we made great progress in figuring this really living thing out.

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Tamar Strauss-Benjamin - January 29, 2013 - 3:24 pm

Ok, I need to stop reading about this amazing trip when it is snowing and freezing in Boston!! I am so putting this gorgeous place on my bucket list!!!

Kathy - January 29, 2013 - 3:50 pm

Oh this is sooooo one of my bucket list items….zip lining in Costa Rica!

Kim Stevens - January 29, 2013 - 7:25 pm

Oh, I do hope this vacation never ends personally – living this Costa Rica thing through you has been fun!

Ross - January 30, 2013 - 6:29 am

This looks really amazing! Thanks for your comments on my blog. I will be contacting you so I can get some information from you in regards to the guide company. Hope your having a great week!

Rebecca Cooper - February 2, 2013 - 4:22 am

Great photos….looks like SO much fun! :)

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