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April 23, 2012

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The Zen Birdfeeder

Zip line - it was fun indeed!

Zip line tours

Great posting! Zip line is adventurous and much fun tour one can have.

The Zen Birdfeeder

ZipLine - I would return to Honduras but would want it to be part of a tour I guess. Good luck and have fun!

Zip Line Tours

This reminds me of the time I went zip lining in Punta Cana and West Virginia! Some people may think it is scary, but like you, once you are up there swinging from side to side it's nothing but fun! What cruise did you take that stop at Honduras. I have been thinking of planning a trip to Costa Rica next fall, but I may consider Honduras if the price is right.

The Zen Birdfeeder

Margaret, beach was very nice and the ziplining was fun! I'd do it again but pay attention more to the surroundings!

Margaret

Hmmm...yes, that looks like fun, but I'm not sure that I would try that. I'd better stick to either shank's mare or a real mare for woodland travel. Beach looks good, though!

The Zen Birdfeeder

Rohrerbot, we did see some birds as well as iguana, but not too many of either. Too many humans hanging around in the trees!
Dawn, you gotta try it!
Donna, give it a try; it really was NOT scary. I'm not a risk-taker. And I'm too embarrassed to respond to the leg comment! ;)

Donna Simonetti

Hey Nancy, that looks like so much fun. You got us all wanting to try that. Nice legs btw. :)

Dawn Fine

Oh I didn't know the Zen was such an adventurer :) I have never done a zip line but hope to try it some day.

Rohrerbot

Gorgeous!!!! I've never done it....but I will:) Plus all the birds hang out in the canopy of the trees. You probably had some great views:) But as you wrote, braking would be first and foremost on my mind:)

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