Best Western Tamarindo Vista Villas
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... about how many times I fell miserably and swallowed some water. I stood up, after two hours of lessons and so did Catie. In other words, we rocked the **** out of it. Who cares if we jumped up on to our boards and our instructors had to give us a little nudge while we paddled.
Quote of the day, "Everyone always says it's fun, but no one ever says it's hard."
... necessary forms for immigration. You will need to give the $4 for exit/entry fees. 45 mins later you are on the Nicaraguan side. You exit the bus and wait for about 20-30 mins whilst they do the passports. You then load the bus and given your passport as you board by border police. A few mins later you arrive at the Costa Rica border. You exit and take your bags through immigration and a x-ray. The whole process takes over an hour for both sides. Load your bag back on ...
... use it as a tactic to keep the tourists away from the better waves. We crossed and found some awesome waves that lasted longer than the ones the day before. Sarah was a pro by the end of it. I loved it even more that I booked another lesson this morning. It's amazing how exhausting the sport is and our bodies were absolutely exhausted and roasted on the backside by the end. After watching a gorgeous sunset in the evening, we did a turtle tour. The tour took us about 35 ...
... Our teacher Christian was good at helping me get through the waves as I was a bit scared at first. Once I'd experienced being hit and dragged by the board a few times I realised it didn't hurt much. I managed to stand up on my second attempt and every time after which I was delighted about as I'd never done it before. Del isn't as agile a me so it was a challenge for him to stand but he still enjoyed it. By the end of the 1.5hr lesson our hands were bleeding and my thighs ...
... the mooring I was still proud of us all for getting back there. I had to keep getting us all to ascend a little bit though because we only had about 8 minutes of time left before we would have hit our no deco time (not good). So after we'd washed all of the gear when we got back I went on a mission to get my bike back that was still locked to the shop! Thankfully Dan who owns Coconutz had some bolt cutters so I finally managed to get my bike back! Yay no more ...