Playa Grande Surf Camp
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... Sofa or Futons (1) Futon in
living area. Two can sleep comfortably here., Bunk Beds (1) The master
bed has a second double mattress that can be pulled out and placed on
the floor next to the bed, should guests choose to use this option
instead of the loft mattress. This is a great option for small children
who may not want to sleep downstairs away from their parents
... shared the secret with another couple at the resort.
The afternoon was spent quietly enough, swimming in and relaxing by the pool. The moment of greatest excitement was the visit from the coati who wandered past the lawn chairs and later came by to check out dinner. He was certainly adorable and we're fairly certain he's what we'd seen up in a tree when we were at Hanging Bridges in the Arenal region.
... to pick it up again, I noticed hundreds of little spiders crawling around it. Disgusting! The next morning, we went to check out activities. Everything was really overpriced! The town also didn't really appeal to us and it was raining so we decided to just write off our experience here and move on to our last destination in Costa Rica, Monteverde. To get here involved two buses and a boat.
Today the four of us, Mary, Myself, Rolf and Diana decided to take a hike over to the black sand beach. This is on the other side of the mountain at the north end of our 3 mile stretch of beach in Playa Grande. It was great to take an adventure with our small group of travelers from Casa Camaleon. We set off along the 3 mile stretch of beach as the sun was still pretty low in the morning. It is impossible to describe in words ...
... to finish our tour in Puerto Viejo instead of a return to Arenal, since the tour operator connects San Jose, Arenal and Puerto Viejo, one can use the trip as a lift to your next destination. As Puerto Viejo was the next stop on our Costa Rica trip and the weather didn't seem to change next days, we thought this is the best thing we could do (and saving 40 $ pp for the bus transfer to Puerto Viejo). Pick -up again, before birds start to sing: 6ish. Man, where is ...