Jaco Beach Village
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Decided to walk the beach in front of Mal Pais and go and check out the harbor where the boats come in from their fishing expeditions and there is a pescaderia (fish market) located there. Walked along the same way we had done the day before but continued on further. We decided to take the road the young guy had pointed out and see where it actually did lead. It did come out fairly near the Blue Jay Lodge.
From there we ...
... enter, Ali the "taxi driver", takes us to the check points, drops Lukes board twice, takes us to the taxi, asks for tips, board in the front seat,
Luke and I crammed in the back...Nicaragua here we come...
1. Banana Beach
2. Watching the Sunsets from the Hammock @ Banana Beach
3. Hearing 'don't worry be happy' every night at sunset
4. Cooking at the hostel
5. The beautiful night sky with the most amazing stars at night
... but they didn't show up. After check out, we took pictures from google maps of the directions back to the airport on our phones because we wanted to avoid getting lost again. I started the drive on the highway and got on the toll road we were supposed to take, and it was a very smooth and well maintained road. The lighting was pretty good and since I was driving in the early morning, there weren't crazy drivers. Unfortunately for us, even the google maps ...
... There seemed to be enough wind and of course they had to try. The attempt failed but I think it cheered Brian a little bit just to see a kite up, as short lived as that may have been.
Barry and Natalia make a very nice couple and we look forward to hanging out with them in Austin. Natalia even took kite lessons in Bahia Salinas! That is love, indeed! It bodes well that she wants to share in Barry's obsession. ;-)
... These trees have a bark of strong, pointy thorns that give the monkeys some protection from predators. While they were entertaining us, the electric power went off. Power outages are frequent here, especially in these remote areas. Typically, they last an hour or 2; all part of the experience. We needed to make a trip to Montezuma, the larger of the towns in this area, made up of a small grocery store, a multitude of bars, a few hotels and restaurants, an several tour sellers, ...