Men’s Basketball in Costa Rica – Day 6 Photo Blog

Following four games in four days, the Georgia State men’s basketball team took a day off on Tuesday in Costa Rica for some fun and team building. The group went on a zip-line tour in the mountains at Colinas del Poas.

After the adventure, the group enjoyed a typical Costa Rican style lunch at Freddo Fresas (Freddie’s Strawberrys) before heading out to the Pacific Coast where the group will stay until heading home on Friday.

Enjoy today’s photo blog!

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Freshman Carter Cagle got the day off to a perfect start with a great Hawaiian shirt.

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The view on the way up the mountains to where the Panthers went zip-lining.

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Getting prepared for the adventure.

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Poas Canopy Tour

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Head coach Ron Hunter getting ready. He wore helmet No. 22, his number in college and son R.J.’s jersey number now.

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The Panthers are always up for a photo-op.

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Kevin Ware led things off

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T.J. Shipes

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Head coach Ron Hunter getting strapped in.

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Zip-lining selfie feature Jeff Diepenbrock, Mike Holmes, Tyrone Burke and Nate Summers.

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Strawberry and water is a favorite drink in Costa Rica.

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The Panthers ate a typical Costa Rican type meal that include a salad, rice, pork, chicken and fried fish.

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Freddo Fresas

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