Sueno Del Mar Beachfront Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... 8221;. They were extremely proud of them and protective as these are an endangered species. We were not allowed to use flashbulbs so as not to disorient or frighten them. I did not have a tripod, so no pictures except with my cell phone when she finally began to lay her eggs, which the guide took and it is not a good photo. Also no talking. They set up one red light which apparently did not bother her but allowed us to watch the procedure. We were ...
... it to me gently that despite being a surfer, my wife would be better at it due to my lanky frame... I was outraged and protested even as I continually fell off to the laughter of said wife.
After four days of soaking up the sun and knocking back the local ale whilst watching amazing sunsets, we decided to head north along the peninsula to Tamarindo, a mere 150km journey that took over 5 hours due to the road conditions.
We were ...
... anything or sharks! They weren't even in their usual spot in the cave, it's too cold for them! We did see lots of schools of fish and I found the huge green moray eel again at our next site, Play Pen, seriously he's massive! But yeah that was pretty much the extent of what we saw! Brenda really freaked me out on the second dive too because she grabbed me by one of my fins and took it off under the water. I was so confused what she was doing especially when she handed me hers to ...
... these funky surfer types. Guys with oversized hats with glistening golden stickers on the peaks. Height of fashion singlets and boardies. I felt like a total poofer with my half length speedo shorts because there’s a definite surfer culture, both foreign and local. There’s your older vacationing types as well. The rent-a-beachchair-and-haggle-for-a-coco nut types. We’re more the scabby backpacker type; laying out filthy sarongs over hot sand, squeezing the ...
... early hour of noon. No point getting going before that, really. We're at the equator, y'all. Whatever.
After we stopped at the Mandrania for the smoothies that would carry us down the town and through the equitorial sun, we showed up at the El Pescador 5 minutes before the other group arrived via boat from the fishing trip. After Lisa and Karen bargined for some beach purchases, Anne, Karen, Teddy, ...