The Necochea Inn
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... 8221; dinner at Wacky Wanda, a local sports bar, usually filled with half-drunk ex-pats. There are several TVs, with a different channel on each; soccer, Olympics, a hunting channel, music video, and another soccer. The fare is cheap and the water is icy cold.
By 6:15 pm it is totally dark and by 8:00 pm in Quepos, they roll up the sidewalks. Many of the businesses, bars and restaurants are closed. The ones still open are those who cater to the ...
... of the tallest peak in Costa Rica and the second highest in Central America. Mt. Chirripo sits has a summit of 3,819 meters, which at first didn't sound that tall but after some quick calculus, I found that's 12,530 ft. It's supposed to be an great hike, but with 10,000 ft of elevation gain, it will be a tough one. But when you live in Hawaii and vacation in costa rica, can't just have it all as beach time. After some time on the beach, head inland and up to ...
... off the board and walking back out.
No surfing pictures yet, but they will come!
Bed time for this guy though. Exhausted, bruised, chaffed, possibly a broken toe, but pumped and loving it. All three of us are hurting to some extent, but all loving it. Tomorrow should be good. On top of surfing, we have waterfall exploring to get done, as well as going to meet Cedric's 3rd cousins - some monkeys @ Manual Antonio Park.
Pura Vida all,
... I, head off to bed a midst a bevy of storytelling and laughter. The group seems to really enjoy the company of the guides and their camaraderie keeps them up late. Around midnight the only sounds to be heard are those coming from the forest floor and canopy. I wonder what lurks out there as I nod off to sleep. Dreams of monkeys, peccaries and jaguars fill my brain and I’m sure I slumber with a huge smile on my face, knowing that our adventure is not even half way over.
... Dusk is closing in fast on us, which means another delicious dinner is in our future. A small batch of quiet time before eating allows us all to ready ourselves for the following day’s adventure. After dinner we enjoy the beautiful pool. Childhood memories of having a pool in my backyard come rushing back, and we busy ourselves with various pool games until slowly, one by one, we tire out and head off to our respective cabins. Another day in the books in beautiful Costa Rica!!