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- Continental Breakfast
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WEDNESDAY 28th - 30th Jan
Itching slightly better.
You are probably wondering why I have not included any photos up to this stage? well, you've probably gathered that I was slightly tardy in setting up this blog, and unfortunately, on the way between Monteverde and Manuel Antonio, I've lost my camera.
Now on the Pacific …
... it away. I had to physically wrestle the bag from his teeth. He gave me an angry look and slunk off Later we left the park and had a debriefing with the girls, finding that they had a great day too. In the evening we went for a drive around the area checking out some of the ritzy resorts (from the outside) and congratulated ourselves once again on our hotel. We had dinner at a place called the Falafel Bar. ...
... looks we received were that we were out of place. Two Americans walking in the dark through a neighborhood with nothing but a tiny flashlight, my attention was on high alert. After dodging traffic and bikes we made it into town and people were out in force.
There is something I find fascinating about Latin American culture is that they all go out and hang out in the parks and today was no different. There was a huge bike with a 10' front wheel and regular sized back ...
The next morning we got up early. The park opens at 7:00 AM, and the best time to see animals is in the morning when they are active. Also, there were far fewer people in the park early. We started with breakfast at the hotel, accompanied by some beautiful birds feasting on bananas provided by the restaurant.
We put on our good walking shoes, got tickets to the park and ...
... movement made the skills and tests very difficult. We took this as an opportunity to really practice being underwater and finding our confidence.
Our first tank of air would be spent on a regular Boat Dive to rid of any cobwebs and a Buoyancy Peak-Performance Dive to learn the ins and outs of controlling buoyancy. This was relatively stress-less and good to get a feel for the difficult conditions. The Underwater Navigation Dive was next and with me not having ...