Almendros y Corales
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... to hurry its tail up. (Channelling Happy Gilmore: Go to your HOME!! Are you too good for your HOME?!?!?). So happy that my feet have finally transformed into hooves, so blisters arent a problem anymore and I can hike at will! I need a sign: " Have turtles? Will travel..." I thought it might be prudent to say a bit more about our awesome volunteers here, and please forgive me if this is repetive from ...
... their parents back, giggle at us as we attempted to swim across. It was very difficult. The current was so strong, and the river bed was sharp and rocky. Finally, everyone made it across and we continued our journey but food. The kids jumped rock to rock, barefoot, with no problem at all. I was seriously struggling. When we reached the fishing destination, the men jumped right in with their band-loaded spears and face ...
... the lady owner is from Canada we believe. Got a starter salad that beats anything in Canada (no I didn't eat it, Paul had both) and the mains were so so good! Tandoori shrimp for me and something coconut seafood medley which the chef or guy owner too came over and describe how to made it because he overheard Paul rave about it. I foresee lots of trial and error happening at our place when we get home. After this it was home to pack and ...
We had breakfast at a place that is rated number one on trip advisor in Puerto Viejo, it was delicious. We took a bike ride to Playa Chiquita and checked out a few places, saw a friend at the baseball field and biked as far as Punta Uva and the Jaguar reserve. We also stopped at a chocolate tasting place where they ...
Next the carribean coast. This side of costa rica is populated by afro carribeans and is full of reggae beats, carribean food, easy going people, surf and black sands. We spent 6 nights here lazing on the beach, reading, listening to music, drinking cocktails and eating too ...