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Travel Blogs from Playa Grande
... luck our guide did find an area with a couple of monkeys that could be seen. He would make these crazy howling noises to get the monkey's going and they would howl back.
On the way back we did finally see a baby crocodile on the shore making its way back into the water. I was hoping we might see it's mother nearby but no luck.
After our trip I went over to Tamarindo to pick up a couple of ...
... br> Tomorrow, I will take a surf lesson which should help.
I can see where once you catch your first real wave, you are hooked for life. I see a paddleboard in my future back home in Austin.
It was great to head back to my casa for a nice siesta at 4 in the afternoon. Thinking of my friends back home working away on their computers.
There is a better way to live.
... a bus out to our next hiking trip so we had a chill out day. Then we went off on a hike up Barva Volcano the next day. We hadn’t realized how far away the bus would drop us off and after hiking for what seemed like hours we took a lift for a little way from some people driving up the hill, then continued with the long hike up. The views on the way up over San Jose were really cool. At the top though (2906 meters high), it was far too cloudy to ...
... I'll visit with my host family and see how the Hawksbill sea turtle research is going.
- Arrive in the capital on the 18th where I will stay with my friend Andrea for a few days and travel around the country until around the 21st.
- Go with her to San Diego beach where I will stay with my host family from last summer for the remaining week and see how the sea turtle projects are progressing there.
- Fly ...
... myself. Sure enough, I was correct and Scott and I immediatley got to talking to make up the time we had lost staying to ourselves in the airport. Both he and I weren't really sure when the others were to arrive and so we just posted up on a couple chairs after scanning the crowd for Tera, our field team leader. A 6 ft tall striking blond, she wouldn't of been hard to miss.
About an hour later the rest of ...