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It's been a great few days. Your positive thoughts clearly made it here and everyone (except the girl who's card got blocked) made it to tamarindo! I'm writing this on a bus from Samara to San Jose. It's a public bus that costs about £1 for 6hour journey so you can imagine the sweaty, grimey mess I currently am... It was an hour late and …
... our last day in Tamarindo, I had originally planned to rent an ATV and take both kids for an off-road ride, but all of the ATV shops in town wanted to sell us a guided tour and refused to let us take one out on our own. Instead, I rented a 125cc dirt bike and took Sam Jackson on a few trails I had found nearby, while Caroline took Catherine on a little shopping spree in town. It doesn't get much better than a couple of "dudes" tearing up some trails on a motorbike. What a ...
On the fifth day we took a trip to Cocos National Park. It consists of a 36-hour boat ride, but it was well worth it. The entire island is considered a national park with absolutely nothing manmade. Almost all of it is a rainforest, with a huge variety of marine animals. These include; dolphins, giant manta rays, and at least 8 different types of sharks.
We went scuba diving, and Cocos Island is considered one ...
... natural sauna, which was a small rustic building built over natural springs. It stunk a little from sulphur, but not too bad. We detoxed for a few minutes (I know, I should have made it a solid hour) & then headed to the mud bath, only to find that it was nothing more than a mud "bowl". We slapped the mud all over ourselves & had fun doing so with another tour group. Once it dried, there were showers to rinse off, glad ...
... snowy egret, crested caracara, spotted sanpiper, Jesus Christ lizard, and mantled howler monkeys. Things are improving here and we had a great day yesterday. We drove to the Tempisque River, Palo Verde National Park and did a two hour boat tour. We had decided not to take an organized tour and winged it, and it worked. we arrived at the Puerto, a Tico flagged us down, then we hired him, and off we went just him and Joe and I. Unfortunately, he didn't speak english but we ...