Sueno Del Mar Beachfront Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... to Tamarindo, a small surfing town a few hours from San Jose. We spent 4 nights and had a really relaxing time! Peter surfed everyday and we did a really fun paddle boarding trip! The town was really nice - lots of great places to eat, beach bars and a big surfing vibe! We stayed at a really nice B&B - run by a young couple; who could not have been nicer! They gave us bikes to get around and made the most amazing gourmet breakfasts! We could have stayed a lot ...
... to some good Blues music and there was a slight fog on the road from the churned up dust. Dry season means there is quite a bit of dust around here. We made our way to Nosara and Guiones. I really liked the feel of these places. They seemed like quiet hippy towns with a lot of yoga and surfing. We stopped at the Living Hotel to use wifi and ordered superfood shakes. They had a yoga loft overlooking the pool and a yoga/hippy ...
... t keep still so Martin ended up holding onto Shana's fins to stop me swimming off with her. To be fair him shouting at me while I do it is probably good practice because I'm sure a real life rescue is going to far more stressful than that! After this all the DMT's went back to the shop and I got the rest of the day off as I haven't had a day off this week. I was going to sun bathe in my towel but the ground was boiling so I decided to test the ...
... done. We then swam about at a much shallower area (necessary after a deep dive) and saw a huge trigger fish. I also found a yellow bellied sea snake and we saw a zebra eel which they don't see too often. I was also very happy because I spotted a sea snake on the surface too before the dives, it was very cool. Everyone was really lucky not to get stung today though as there were hundreds of jellyfish in the water, I wish that was an exaggeration but seriously there ...
... first mahi easily. Teddy was up next and was done reeling in about 15 minutes after that. Watching the guides fillet the fish was amazing. These guys were quick and had the skill of a surgeon. Max and Sam each caught theirs soon after; then came the dry spell. We caught 4 fish in the first hour and 2 in the last 3 hours. The drought brought about lots of sleepy boys. All of them were sprawled out and slept ...