La Botella De Leche
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Welcome back to the Team Ram travel blog! After 3 long years and the addition of Parker we are venturing back out. We will miss the little man but he is in the trusted hands of Kaitlyn, the best nanny on the planet which will help us relax while we are gone. After this brutal winter we decided we wanted to be somewhere overly hot so we chose Playa Panama, Costa Rica which is on the Pacific side of the country. We are staying at a brand new resort that just opened ...
... t go completely successfully though and I knew I hadn't got a 5, dammit! I was meant to be doing my swims after all of this but Laura, who was going to be watching me do them, also had to do all of her skills for her staff instructor. This meant after doing my 3 skills I was literally sat on the bottom of the pool doing nothing for like an hour or more. We ended up finishing super late whilst everyone did their skills and by the time we finished back at Rich Coast it was 5pm. ...
... store credit for my accidental purchases so I didn't waste all of that money on biscuits and sun cream! The navigation video really wasn't that helpful and was more like an overview of the book. Now I've read some stuff more though I feel like I understand it better. I managed to cycle home, although I walked the bike up the hill, and got to see a really pretty sunset. Taylor and I made an amazing chicken dinner when I got back, store cooked chickens are amazing ...
... outside help. I have some 1st
Aid training and we carry a pretty comprehensive medical kit which I have made
it my business to be fully au fait with, so in that situation we would have to
deal with such incidents at least initially on our own. Another nasty is losing
a passport, or as we have now found out a credit or debit card. A passport can
after big hassles and delays get replaced. Credit cards can be replaced, also
after a long wait for ...
... The next dive was along the lines, but less eventful, far less swell but also far less marine life. I spent the time between dives under the sun to warm up again (and work on my glistening tan).
Playa Tamarindo would be our last stop in Costa Rica, we’d tackle the border to Nicaragua the next day; throwing off the shackles of shuttle buses, we’d use local transport to take us. We were excited at the prospect of kind of hitting the ‘real’ Central America.