Daystar Bahia Encantada
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Today was my forth day at the school and im really enjoying it. Yesterday I had yoga in the morning which was really really exhausting. Then we learn about how to use flash with movement in photography class and Carlos showed us a lot. Then I had surfing, I got an really big board and had my own surf instructed for 2 hours. I have never been that tired in my whole life!! Because I never got to rest since it was just me and him. But I managed to stand on the board ...
... pizza place for dinner but Brooklyn and I decided we'd rather have pad thai so we went to this restaurant called "The Wok". We shared pad thai ($9) and I'm not really sure how worth it it was. Everybody was supposed to meet at the bar called Cataleya's because they $1 beer (which turned out to be $2 beer, but still great price for the size of the bottle people got). After Brooke and I tried hailing three cabs and couldn't get it, we decided to walk back to ...
Wow! We exited the last zip line in the dark, wet, exhausted and famished. The kids and I had just finished up an amazing afternoon adventure of Extreme Canyoning.
Drew had heard about Extreme Canyoning from a mom in his carpool and we immediately went online to learn more about it and were pleasantly surprised to find Ocean Park Ranch, conveniently located just 15 minutes from Esterillos Oeste, which offered the experience.
We docked in Puntarenas, Costa Rica (and here I thought we wee going to Puerto Rica)! on a very hot and humid Tuesday. The smell of creosote and smoke greeted us in this very interesting country in Central America. It is 10' north of the equator, and just starting their rainy season. There are 7 provinces which make up Costa Rica and have rain forest along with other similar zones but not as wet. We heard ...
oh costa rica... what a country.
rosanne and i bid a sad farewell to nicaragua and headed to la fortuna, costa rica. our first impression was an immediate WOW... this country was more expensive than canada! our first meal, a sandwich, was $8, and the grocery store prices were even more insane, with a bottle of head and shoulders shampoo costing $10! however, our first morning there, we woke up and headed to a beautiful waterfall. the $10 it cost to get in was a bit ...