9 cities, 14 days

We’re not sure if our brains have the capacity to talk about the last two weeks right now. It’s been one adventure after another. In a nutshell, this is what the last 14 days entailed:

1. Volcano boarding down Cerro Negro in León, Nicaragua.
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2. Watching a sea turtle nest, and relocating its eggs. #SaveTheSeaTurtles #PoacherNoPoaching
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3. A two-hour course of zip lining, rock climbing, scaling rocks, and rappelling in Rincón de la Vieja, Costa Rica.
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4. Horseback riding to a 40-foot waterfall, and then jumping off of it.
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5. Mud bathing, rinsing off in the river, and then relaxing in a natural hot spring.
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6. Rappelling over four waterfalls from 45-165 feet.
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7. Whitewater rafting the Balsa River and jumping off small cliffs along the way.
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8. Getting a tour of the Monteverde Cheese Factory from the granddaughter of one of its founders, the people who named the town Monteverde.
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9. Hiking the forest at night and seeing tarantulas, ant colonies, vipers, kinkajous, sleeping birds, and katydids.
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10. Ziplining, Tarzan swinging, superman-ing, and bungee jumping in the Cloud Forest.
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11. Kayaking and snorkeling in Manuel Antonio.
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12. Playing with monkeys at a Jaguar Rescue Center in Puerto Viejo.
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13. Learning how to make chocolate on a cacao plantation. And eating all of it.
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14. Sleeping in hammocks.IMG_9600.JPG
15. Exploring a new country with nothing but a backpack and each other.
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The original version of this post appeared on December 12, 2014 on @codea‘s blog, Christine Meets Life.

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