Hotel Coco Rico
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... about how many times I fell miserably and swallowed some water. I stood up, after two hours of lessons and so did Catie. In other words, we rocked the **** out of it. Who cares if we jumped up on to our boards and our instructors had to give us a little nudge while we paddled.
Quote of the day, "Everyone always says it's fun, but no one ever says it's hard."
... use it as a tactic to keep the tourists away from the better waves. We crossed and found some awesome waves that lasted longer than the ones the day before. Sarah was a pro by the end of it. I loved it even more that I booked another lesson this morning. It's amazing how exhausting the sport is and our bodies were absolutely exhausted and roasted on the backside by the end. After watching a gorgeous sunset in the evening, we did a turtle tour. The tour took us about 35 ...
Rules of the road Your left turn signal means you are passing. Do not turn left or you will get hit If someone is walking on roadside and you stop to ask for directions. They will expect to you to take them there also If walking at night best place is center of road. No holes ditches and strange things dropping from trees Purple line on map means ...
... so I was very chuffed until Alex said he needed to kill it. We got to take a pic of it's dead body!!
When we got back to the town we had a drink on the beach front then went to the casino which wasn't a winner this time.
Today we went for a surf lesson. I had a hangover from too much beer and wine last night but I soon got over it when I got in the ocean and got knocked off my feet by a huge wave. The water was lovely and warm but the big waves made getting out to sea ...
... floating until someone rescued me. Or I drowned. Then I had to lift the anchor from where we were, I originally had it round (I can only describe it as this) the little silver thing you use to tie the rope to, to help me pull it up. Martin, correctly, made me move to the anchor side but took it off the silver thing (seriously what is this called?!). I then started hoisting the anchor but after a point I couldn't move it. I assumed it was stuck on the bottom but as, ...