Playa Grande Surf Camp
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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... I experienced this in Kenya too but the thunder is sooooo loud here. Not like in England, a lot more bassy if that makes sense and one last night shook our tin roof, which is not the best material for when it rains and your trying to get to sleep. Had pizza for tea which was a blast from the past (if you know my food history). Sam said she's going to ask if we can do a waterfall walk tour next week so that should be good. The journey awaits ...
... was out at that time of day, it was siesta time and just too hot to be out.
After getting settled we headed for the beach and relished the cool breezes and refreshing water. The girls headed into the surf right away, and after a few times of getting pounded by the waves and saltwater up their nose, they quickly became more comfortable being in the ocean. The beach was huge (3 miles long), wide and almost empty. Pretty shells and coral soon filled our pockets, and the body ...
... leaders, Lorrie, described perfectly the feeling about the day's project: Give Me Your Eyes, by Brandon Heath. For breakfast we had an american favorite pancakes with peanut butter, syrup, and watermelon on the side. After breakfast we headed down to the local grocery store in la Fortuna and formed an assembly line. Eight of us lined up as we went through the aisles and filled our bags to the top. These groceries would later be shared with ...
... and a brick door is constructed for every firing and then demolished. He made a massive vase, a pot holder and 2 jugs while we were there. Watching him at work was so inspiring and showed years of skills and workmanship. He has students who come to learn from him from other parts of the world and he learns from them as well. His main frustration is the importation of cheap, mass produced Chinese pots that are now predominant ...
... back down and hold on to him with one hand, read my gauge so I could stay at the correct depth and then I got cramp in my leg so I had to extremely multitask! The next dive was a bit better, they were still bashing at everything with their fins though. I had to add weight to the guy who kept floating off and I thought Tom wanted me to put it on his tank but I couldn't fit it right, I ended up putting it in his pocket, which was much easier but can leave you a ...