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... future. The last two months have been rewarding and have given me confidence in my ability to stay a float. I return to Detroit for a much needed break with family and friends. I will be back in Costa Rica until December 4th when my lease ends in Tamarindo. The thought of leaving Costa Rica already makes me sad but what lies ahead who knows! What a ride life has been for me lately and I receive nothing but positive vibes about my future.
... 3km long waiting to get through. We just drove on the other side of the road and went straight to the front. We hadn't even got out of the car and a guy with an ID badge gave us immigration papers through the open window and told there is $2 departure tax, which we already knew of. Pretty efficient we thought until he asked for $2 each for the piece of paper. This, of course, is a scam because you still need to pay the immigration officer your $2 tax. We ...
... br> anything we could have imagined... from the moment we emailed them to
inquire about dates to the minute we left, we felt like we were staying
with family. Want a zip line tour? They'll make the reservations. Don't
feel like cooking or going out to eat? They provide you with a number of
a neighbor who you can join for a meal or have them deliver
(seriously). We took a hot ...
... the prettiest. This is where the locals and visiting Ticos hangout. If you have a 4 wheel drive, you can keep driving along the beach road for another 100 metres until you hit a rise and this is where the beauty begins. You drive down into a white sandy cove of turquoise clear water that is just picture perfect. Foreigners have bought this adjacent land and developed it into five star luxury resorts. Right beside each other ...
... first and was kind of sat on the bottom with his arms outstretched towards the tuna, whilst rotating haha. A current kick in so we had to move because they couldn't really do their tasks when we were being dragged off. We went into the reef to steady ourselves and I found some fishing net/line stuck on the reef so cut it out using Zack's knife. I really need to get one of these. The second dive was at Tortuga for the mapping project. We did quite a big area but it was ...