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Travel Blogs from Tamarindo
... how manoeuvrable it was (rounded tail, 18 3/8" wide and 2 3/5" thick). I missed a few waves at the beginning as I had to paddle hard but overall I will definitely get shorter boards where possible.
Tamarindo: Tiny. Only for the beginners and desperadoes. We tried to get to Playa Negra today but was told that the road was so bad you could only get there by motorbike. As I'm heading off to Witch's Rock tomorrow we thought it best to not kill ourselves today and gave it a ...
... by herself as well. We had the national dish which is Gallo Pinto: Rice with black beans, eggs, fried plantains, and some fresh fruit on the side. Honestly, where has this been all my life? It was AMAZING!
We all rode the bus together. About 2.5 hours into the trip Lucy and I said goodbye to Shannon who is headed for the rain forests of Monteverde. I will surely miss her! I wish her the best and can hopefully bump into her one of these weekends, if I'm ...
... up jumping straight in the freezing water again rather then using the toilet on board! Just before we were about to head back a pod of dolphins appeared behind us, then they disappeared and we set off. They reappeared a minute later either side of the boat and then went under again. We carried on and then suddenly they were in front of us and 4 were right under the boat swimming with us. Seriously it was so awesome. There were so many of them jumping ...
... wait two hours at the Costa Rican side to get an exit stamp.
They made us get off the bus and wait in line. I wish the would have just let us stay on the bus sleeping until it the boarder reopened. I was tired and grumpy while waiting.After it finally opened, I was able to exit Costa Rica then enter panama.
Then after waiting forever for the rest of the bus full of passenger's to go through immigration, we all had to get our bag out of the bus as ...
... br> camp. We drove up to the volcano car park the afternoon we arrived but they
were about to close the gates for the day so planned on a visit the next
morning. The evening was spent with just the rudimentary staff as company at
the only eating place for miles around where we had what can only be described
as a “rudimentary” dinner. The staff though were invariably happy and smiling
which takes the sting out of a disappointing meal somewhat. ...