Hotel Coco Rico
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... it to me gently that despite being a surfer, my wife would be better at it due to my lanky frame... I was outraged and protested even as I continually fell off to the laughter of said wife.
After four days of soaking up the sun and knocking back the local ale whilst watching amazing sunsets, we decided to head north along the peninsula to Tamarindo, a mere 150km journey that took over 5 hours due to the road conditions.
We were ...
... of throwing a small child in the ocean and saying, "swim *****". Down me and Maarten went anyway to find a spot, to be fair setting a buoy is fairly easy, but when you have tons of extra rope and no loose end I was kind of perplexed as to how I was meant to tie a knot. I can tie knots I guess ok but I was literally like, huh? Then we came up and there was a small knot at the top of the buoy which I was told was fine, apparently it wasn't and I had to undo it. The ...
... nice dinner on the beach at Le Beach Club. After dinner we went to Fish to go salsa dancing. I can't salsa.
After we had our fill of salsa we went to Sharky's for some karaoke.We didn't not stay there because it was full of tourist and to packed with young 20's on spring break.
We found a bar close to the to beach that was a little bit more chill. We stopped there for a drink.They rest of the group was getting tired. The boys had to be up early for ...
Day 9: So glad I went home at a semi reasonable hour last night. Alcohol, heat and no sleep do not mix well! I ended up getting a bit later than usual and walked in with Lee, we were literally about to be late. This at rich coast means you're automatically doing the close that night. Thankfully Carlos and his brother pulled up and gave us a lift just as I was about to attempt to hitchhike! Today I had my buoyancy dive which basically entails you having to do some exercises ...
... a total comedy trying to text on a Costa Rican cell phone while bouncing up and down over the rough terrain.
We stop about midway for dinner, which is pretty much a stand with fruit and vegetables. David lets me know that I will be a vegetarian by the time I leave Costa Rica.
Around 9 we finally roll into Tamarindo and I now have two new friends in Costa Rica. They have given me the lay of the land on what to do while I am ...