La Botella De Leche
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... which was equally fun, and then the next. All amazing. The 4th was the longest. It took a minute and a half to get to the other side. I again went with a guide, but I went on my own on the 6th. There were 11 zip-lines and it was going by fast ;(. We went upside down on a really short one, which hurt like crazy. They flipped you over and you had to let go with your hands. I didn’t like it but the twins did. I did the last few zip line by myself and I had the best ...
... on the headland. Surf between posts 8 and 9 for the best breaks.
La Casita break – Playa grande - head to the end of the main beach, cross the river which has crocodiles in it and walk till you see a little house (La Casita). You can pay to cross the river by boat. Head further along to get to playa Grande and breaks in between.
Board Hire – everywhere at $10 per day or $5 for a half day.
Getting to San ...
Oh my the beginning of today was not fun. Me, Zack and Julian are doing are swims for our dive master today, these are; 800m swim with fins, mask and snorkel, 400m swim with nothing and a 15 minute 'float' aka doggy paddling or floating for 15 minutes. I thought we would probably be doing to in the ocean which, minus the current, would be good as you just swim in a straight line. Instead we're doing it at the pool which means lots of laps.
We started ...
... I will. I had expectations of seeing lots of wildlife here in Tamarindo but so far not yet. We are hoping to leave early tomorrow morning and drive to a cloud forest at Arenal Volcano National Park up in the highlands. I am hoping to take some photos of birds, and maybe a three-toed sloth if I'm lucky. These things move so slow that surely even I will be able to have time and take a photo. Yesterday we went to a beach ...
... smart phones and
cable or satellite TV abound. Everyone pays 13% sales tax on most items, but
what about other taxes…. It doesn’t seem to add up when one looks at basic
infrastructure like the state of the roads in general. Others will tell you
this is mainly down to graft and corruption amongst those who should be on top
of such important aspects of everyday life. Value for money? Colombia has Costa
Rica beat, hands down in our view.