El Sol Verde Lodge & Campground
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... is not a particularly scenic town, but it is only an hour drive from the border with Nicaragua, our destination for golfing tomorrow. We'll return here tomorrow night; the plan is to leave our baggage here for the day and not worry about things in the car. Up early tomorrow to be at the border for the crossing adventure, which our last minute research warns can be difficult. Between the barking dogs and the crossing uncertainty, we have a fitful night's sleep.
... likely Tom) she shouted, I'm from Canada. Being alone we asked her to join us but soon grew uncomfortable when she started getting weird. She had lots of followers on Instagram, she was a yoga teacher and flew around the world teaching. In minutes she told us about her break up ten years ago and how she was over the guy and how she got weird emails about her naked yoga poses. Though it was pouring down with rain we rushed out of the cute restaurant and tried to get as far away ...
... 2 km's was so so steep, we were so happy to finally make it to the waterfall which was freezing cold but invigorating. Such a beautiful spot to spend the afternoon.
My favourite part of La Fortuna was the Baldi hot springs, it's the biggest hot spring in the world. There were about 10 different pools at varied temperatures and a steam room that we could access. Unfortunately the water slides were under construction but it was still so very relaxing. ...
... people and with the great back drop. So besides that we spent an awesome day at the beach learning how to surf (which is literally the funnest thing in world!) and just laying back and enjoying the awesome weather. I miss San Jose, and all of our awesome Costa Rican friends, but thankfully we have been blessed with Randall and Fresia who have opened their home to all of us the entire week. I am excited to work in the ...
... these horses were probably the best trained I have had during my entire trip and were more than willing to listen to you when you wanted to go a little (Or a lot) faster. They did have a few small quirks. Like for some reason Tasha's horse pretty much had to be a mile ahead and no-ones horse wanted to be behind Cori's. I was the only one of the three of us that bought my camera ...