Daystar Bahia Azul
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- Shuttle bus service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
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... Costa Rica This is an island located 350 miles off the coast of Costa Rica. It is designated as a National Park and does not allow inhabitants other than Costa Rican Park Rangers. Surrounded by deep waters with counter-currents, Cocos Island is admired by scuba divers for its populations of Hammerhead sharks, rays, dolphins and other large marine species. Thanks to the breathtaking marine life in its waters Cocos Island was named one of the best 10 scuba diving spots in ...
... to the clubhouse before lightning hits you. If you keep playing you are responsible for your own death. Noticing two other carts driving past us, we gave ourselves a two putt and headed in.
It turns out this was a good idea. Pretty soon thunder and lightening was all around. The golf pro took us to his office and showed us his lightening detection system which documents the amount of ...
... church and while we were there a bridal party arrived. The tradition is that the bride wears purple. The whole bridal party were in purple with pink accessories, was really lovely to see. Interestingly the bridal party goes into the church first and then guests follow after they are settled in the front. No music just the church bells ringing while they went down the aisle. The weather is very hot and humid. A good day for a dip in the pool, except the pools are heated ...
... that stays with you because Costa Rica is one of the safest places to be I’ve found so far. I arrived in Jaco where I will stay until tomorrow evening early enough in the afternoon to enjoy the beach and my first Costa Rican sunset and it didn’t took long for me to start getting red! It was nice, relaxing and a welcoming relief after a long and arduous journey.
The sun and heat in Costa Rica this time of the ...
... getting better. The boat trip to Tortuga took about an hour and a half, through open water, then through a channel filled with rock and jungle islands.
Along the way we were offered fruit drinks, pineapple, and other deliciously ripe tropical fruits. When we arrived, the crew set up the equipment for those of us who wanted to snorkel, splitting us into two ...