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... scared since I have the reflexes of a cat and the agility of a grass hopper however I decided to move a little further away just incase I accidentally hurt the croc... Ps. Croc if you're reading this - you're welcome. I managed to keep up a solid laziness by sleeping in and lying on the beach each day until I accidentally joined a horse riding tour which happened to follow me down the entire beach even though I wasn't on a horse... I'm not angry I'm ...
... that time, I witness my son following suit. Even more poorly than his mother. He was undeterred by the dishonor that would befall a grown man doing the same thing, and he therefore made much more noise about his predicament than any adult might have. As he's hollering, "can somebody help me?" and "what should I do?" a very kind older man came to his rescue. He first handed me Sam Jackson's mask, then his flippers. And I immediately dropped my own mask. As the waves began to pull ...
... going to release them that night, as there are less predators around. Costa Rica is beautiful & even with not feeling so great we have managed to see a wild three toed sloth, wild macaws flying over our heads, Jupiter during a full moon, a hermit crab without a home & awesome iguanas defending their tree & others digging in the sand to lay their eggs. Definitely a place that could do with more exploring on a bigger budget some ...
... overlooking the beach, lake, and dual volcano Isla de Ometepe. As were heading to different sides of the island I bade the couple farewell and headed to catch my boat, El Che Guevara. That put a smile on my face! I had a beer and stood on deck watching the volcano island grow on the horizon. As we approached the island we were treated to an awesome sunset behind us over the mainland, it was a fulfilling end to quite a long day of travel.Another 5am wake ...
... green" or rainy season. Everything was green. However, during the nine month dry season only the Brahmas can survive. Even they look like walking skeletons by the time the annual rains finally come.
It took almost four hours to reach Tamarindo. Beth and I were housed in a 4thfloor condominium overlooking the beach. Suzanne had a similar condo in an adjacent building. Our ...