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... green" or rainy season. Everything was green. However, during the nine month dry season only the Brahmas can survive. Even they look like walking skeletons by the time the annual rains finally come.
It took almost four hours to reach Tamarindo. Beth and I were housed in a 4thfloor condominium overlooking the beach. Suzanne had a similar condo in an adjacent building. Our ...
... took it with my cell phone since he was closer. I am including 2 photos from the internet to show what we saw but could not photograph.
We also saw two turtles, one was quite large, weighing perhaps 200 lbs., making wide swaths in the sand, going back into the ocean. They had either laid their eggs or decided this was not the time or place, according to our Tici guide. And then as we were heading back up the beach to the van ...
... of bottles of sunscreen. We then did Julian's typical run to the the Iguanazul (Blue Iguana) for happy hour and Amigos for food. Fish tacos are starting to become a staple for me. We met Dave from Calgary who owns Iguanazul, Bob from St. Albert, another Dave from Kentucky and a smattering of others from the states. This place is overrun with North American retirees.
No spider attacks through the night which was nice, but ...
... so big as to be a massive faceless resort hotel. Simon and Tori are the only people here who are not part of a big American wedding party so American voices were all that we could here. Had a nice chicken burger. Went into Tamarindo to meet Peni and Cath who had gone into town for something to eat and to bodyboard. Unfortunately dinner took longer than expected and we got to ...
... catch up was to ask the guide questions, at which point he’d stop to answer and point out other things and my animal would ponderously amble up. I think it was mostly because mine was an older horse, about twelve years; although I will say he didn’t like me much and seemed tempted to scrape me off on a barbed-wire fence.
The ride was hot but beautiful. Since we were doing a long loop, and accessing different elevations, we got to see a ...