Daystar Bahia Azul
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... we went to a surf shop on the street at 3 ( prime surfing time) and got a well waxed 7.10 board. We surfed from 3 till sunset and both got up 5 or 6 times. It was amazing. Got some good pics but they are on the camera so I can't upload them here! Well, that's Jaco so far! Taking a surf lesson with another girl from our hostel this aft. We pretty much have to swim all day here to stay cool so I'm heading for the pool!! Salud! (That's cheers en Español) Love ...
... lit a fire and I went to bed at 8 ready for my patrol. Woke up at 11 and had a 2 hour patrol where it was a tropical thunderstorm so no turtles but the turtles use wind and rain to protect them from predators but this was something else. Red thunder is the weakest then white then blue. Was absolutely soaked. We then went to bed after a quick midnight snack of Costa Rican Nutella (which actually was really nice) and sweet ...
... yoga - she definitely helps explain stretching more to you and how it helps this way and that. Not going to lie, I can't remember exactly what she taught but I remember thinking her technique of teaching yoga is definitely the therapeutic type. Oh yes, we tried doing head stand - nope, not successful just yet! I still need to master this move before I leave - come on, now!
And then theres Thursday's festivities....
So people were to ...
... Eve meal at Los Almendros (note to self: believe the owner, Karen, when she says the jerk chicken is crazy spicy hot!). After a rousing couple of card games of B.C. (or B.S. as it's really called), the old folks (Andrew & I) hit the sack early to the sounds of fireworks on the beach.
Los Almendros restaurant
Open Monday-Saturdays, 4-10pm, closed Sundays
... in the trees, but they are as curious about people, as we are about them. We were able to feed them pieces of banana and cookies. And, if you held a bit of food, tightly in your hand, they would pry open your fingers to get the treat. And if you stood just so, they would climb over you to get the treats. So much fun. And so ...