Blue Jay Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Decided to walk the beach in front of Mal Pais and go and check out the harbor where the boats come in from their fishing expeditions and there is a pescaderia (fish market) located there. Walked along the same way we had done the day before but continued on further. We decided to take the road the young guy had pointed out and see where it actually did lead. It did come out fairly near the Blue Jay Lodge.
From there we ...
... dirt roads, sleepy town, dropped at our hostel, Kokua Hostel, Fatima & Max, Aqua room, quaint outdoor area, chilled vibe, home for the next two nights, off to the beach, we've hit the pacific, huge waves, explore town, late lunch at a local Soda, purchase food for the stay, grab Luke's board, hit the beach for sunset, Banana Beach, horses, surfers everywhere, great surfers, great waves, hermit crabs, Banana Bar, guacamole, live music, chilled ...
... we continued our walk down the beach. After passing the small number of surfers, again it was just us, no one else around! We spotted some howler monkeys up in the trees, one had a baby! But no loud noises from them today! We had been walking for about 3 hours when we decided to turn around and head back. It was getting pretty hot, and I was quite tired after such a long walk! But after about 20 minutes of heading back, a friend drove past and we managed to get a ...
... I came back so we headed home via the road. We shopped, stopped to buy food at the grocery store and had the most amazing falafel pitas at a roadside restaurant. The afternoon was spent cooling down and napping in our apartment. It felt like a much needed rest. Before we headed to surf lessons, I barricaded my thumb from moisture with every trick I could imagine. We headed to our surf lesson with thunder in the ...
... on the streets with nowhere to go we decided to shack up in the seriously shady town of Puntarenas, knowing we could get up and on the first ferry out of there. The beach was calling our names but it would have to wait until the following day. The alarm couldn't have gone off sooner, we couldn't wait to get up and out of the horrible dump of a town we were in, but it was a means to an end. We boarded the 5am ferry and sat and watched the sun come up over the pacific coast glowing ...