Daystar Bahia Encantada
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... by PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) and a "must do" according to diving experts. For many, the main attractions are the large pelagic fish species, which are very abundant in this unique meeting point between deep and shallow waters. The largest schools of hammerhead sharks in the World are consistently reported there. Encounters with dozens if not hundreds of these and other large animals are nearly certain in every dive. Smaller and colorful ...
... in an eight-mile radius and we were already up to over 200. Pretty soon we had visual confirmation as lightening struck a hillside behind some condos across the 18th hole and a huge fire erupted. And then torrential rains came. This was good in that it help put out the fire before it could reach the buildings. And in the long term it was good for the course as the area needed the rain. However, ...
... degrees hate to think how hot the hot tubs are. There was lots of cultural dancing to wave the ship farewell. Girls in their big colorful dresses, must have been sweltering poor things. When we got off the ship in the morning there was a fellow dressing in a chicken suit actually he was a parrot we were guessing how long before he passed out from heat exhaustion. Today is Sunday 27th and we have a day at sea and plan to take it easy and enjoy some of the activities ...
... crushing; it is so hot that the ocean is actually warm! The next morning, we made for Ballenas for a nice boat trip in order to learn more about the marine life along the Costa Rican coastline and it was totally worth it! I was first treated to jumping spotted dolphins and then some scuba diving around whale island (which is named so because at high tide the waves entering the cavern at its base create a geyser that shoot out the ...
... speaking and Spanish speaking. There were about 8 of us in my group. We had to wear lifejackets in the small boat out to the snorkeling area. It was about a mile out, near a large rock island. Once we were in the water, life jackets were no longer required, and I ditched mine right away. The salt water was perfect for floating. I just used the flippers to move around ...