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... for. After a hour on the bus we were dropped off on the side of the road in the middle of Liberia - a town we knew little about. The only thing that we knew was that we needed to get to Budget car rents but we didn't know where to go or how to get there. Lucky for us, there was a McDonalds in the centre of town and it was a welcomed retreat from all of this border crossing excitement. Using McDonalds free wifi whilst chowing down on a cheese burger we called Budget to figure out how ...
... paradise as well as eye candy haven. Could not ask for more. The local instructors couldn't keep away from us and I very almost succumbed to getting a surf lesson when the best 6 pack I've seen all summer ventured towards us. Post tanning partying was upon us as the town seemed to awaken at night. Sharkys ladies night was a dangerous move with not just free drinks for girls but any drink we wanted. Help. Being dragged to the next bar by a honeymooner from ...
... door to each other and between them is a trail down to the beach shaded by trees and with a little bridge. The part of the beach that we are having the ceremony on also had a almost wood like area as well as the open beach. I was impressed, it all looks as pretty as I had hoped. We have a newly built private space for our meal which is great. Divvy santander blocked my card AGAIN! This ...
... go smoothly. The whole buoy thing went ok except for when I had to do the knot to get rid of the excess and tie it to the weight belt. Because it has no end it's just super confusing for me to tie, so my knots still need practice but other than that it was totally fine. The IDC one went pretty well too so woop. We did our fun dive at Estudientes and it was AWESOME. Because its so shallow I took. Y camera and got some great shots. As soon as we got down ...
... and ate in an outdoor restaurant. I had the best red snapper smothered in butter and garlic with a side of beans and rice (a staple here in Costa Rica). As I was crossing the busy road, all traffic came to a stand-still as a white-faced monkey decided to walk down the middle of the street without a care in the world. I am sipping some Costa Rican coffee this morning and we are heading out for a walk into town after ...
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