Beach Break Surf Hotel
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- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
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After feeling like we'd lost a bit of our travelling mojo we now felt revived after 10 days in San Juan del Sur. We were excited to explore a new country, and into Costa Rica we went, our first stop: Tamarindo. We both had expectations of seeing loads of Americans, knowing that this is a popular winter holiday destination for them, but this also meant we were expecting loads of high rise apartment blocks. We were pleasantly surprised. Certainly there were a lot of ...
The next morning we woke up for breakfast that was included with the cost of our room. It consisted of coffee, fruit juice, fresh fruit, scrambled eggs, potatoes and toast. While we waited for to go SUPing we chatted with fellow guests. We shared our travels and experiences with one another. A girl named Rachel from Austin, TX was very interested in the life Greg and I have seasonally. She was asking so many questions. It sounded like she wasn't ...
... us toward the beach, and were suprised to find a little pocket of bohemian paradise. Along the dirt road running parallel to the beach, there were dreadlocked hippies selling their beautiful jewelry, napping in hammocks and shooting the breeze.
I asked on girl where some hostels were, and she recommended one that had "cool vibes". We followed her directions, and laughed when we found the place was, in fact, named "Cool ...
... two and took a raft. Out of the group we started with, we were the only two that were staying over night at the lodge, and the rest were carrying on the full length of the river that day. The trip began with us just trying to get the hang of rafting, some of us had better technique than others, which lead to some frustrating moments but we got to the lodge safely. Of our group we were the only ones staying so we got out as the ...
... morning I said goodbye to my lovely ladies over breakfast and then drove across the Nicoya Peninsula for another scenic tour of Costa Rican countryside. All the best for the rest of your travels Tinsy and Lozza. Very much looking forward to a rendez-vous in the land of our Queen not soon enough. I will miss you.
Next stop, Blue Spirit Yoga Resort, where I am to meet my other brother, Jake and parents, one of which has no idea I am arriving!