La Luna Azul Bed and Breakfast
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... for those goals. We were a short 3 minute walk to the beach as well as to a beach club pool overlooking the beach. Perfect, we could have sand or no sand for our time by the water. We spent several days never going too far from the condo. There was also a fabulous beach restaurant that we went to several times during the week. It was wonderful to just relax for once while on vacation (still not quite sure why we go on vacations that we need vacations from at ...
... headed towards shore to pick us up. The two crew members helped us into the small boat and introduced themselves as Erick and the other had a very confusing French name so we just simply named him Frenchy. Him and the crew laughed every time we called him that throughout the day. We pulled up to the catamaran and met our Captain Fabian who was 24 years old! I booked this as a private tour and we had the boat to ourselves with the crew until sunset at around 6PM.
... too expensive but not cheap either. After a great lunch we walked back to the hotel where we changed and went to the local super market that is right around the corner. We bought some beer and water here (so much cheaper then buying at the liquor store). We then explored a little bit and did some walking around the downtown city. Went to souvenir shops, looked at different items, made our way to the beach once again, and then sat in for some amazing ice cream. Not much ...
... goes. I know this sounds like sour grapes, given that drinks and food, along with various other activities, are included, but the gouging for internet is irritating since the food and drinks are not overwhelming in their quality. Oh, and neither hot tub is working.
This morning was actually quite fun. Yesterday evening we’d booked a horseback ride and a canopy tour. At eight in the morning we boarded a motorboat ...
... by a family of green parrots that hung out in the tree beside us which was pretty cool. On our last dive we saw some sharks but it was so murky that all I saw was a shadow and the white tips on there fins even though they were very close.
Our next stop will be Miramar for two days then we are flying to Corcovado National Park.