Playa Grande Surf Camp
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... br> About the owner:
Alexander was born in the San Luis Valley in the Monteverde region and
has lived all his life here. He started working when he was 11 years
old helping his father herd oxen to take milk to the local cheese
factory. At the age of 15, he began working for the Childrenīs Eternal
Rain Forest. He worked for InBio (Instituto Nacional de Biodiversidad)
... was coming in at 2pm to complete it, except Zack was also doing it. We then sent Jade off to go but the boat left without her. So today has been kind of disorganised! The IE finished today and everyone passed, it's also Nicole's last night so we all went out to coconutz to celebrate with them. It was the most ridiculously funny night. We ended up doing dances like the macarena and it was also karaoke night there. Tom kept putting people down for ridiculous songs that started not ...
... into you, yum! They're not the most attractive of fish either, but they're pretty cool really. I also saw a gorgeous trigger fish, green and zebra moray eels, and a couple of surgeon fish which are really pretty. So yeah pretty good dives! Allan, our videographer, told me about a fiesta in Liberia tonight that everyone was meant to be going to. They have a rodeo, bars etc it's kind of like a big festival. I decided to go along as there was a bus there and back and ...
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 ...
... of choices here woo!), good ipod earbuds, ziplocs, a rashguard and a wide brimmed hat. Very successful though an expensive day. I had some good street food but my jaw dropped at the price. Costa Rica is crazy. The hotel has no guard or gate out front. I can just walk right up to my room from outside. Craziness. The streets are all paved with asphalt and there are sidewalks everywhere. Very cool. Tomorrow back to ...