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... size was good for a taco, but for the price, Leesh was far from impressed. The taco tortilla was floury and it was just an all round fail. But least we had a crack and were able to say we have tried these 'great' tacos. My burrito was good, but still not as good as Surfin Burrito in Cancun. We check in and head to the beach to check out the surf and find out there is a surf contest on tomorrow morning which should be cool to watch. We head into town and ...
... Mom and I also saw a woodpecker while sitting and waiting for everyone.
I will try not to just list all the birds we see in the blog. I’ll only mention the noteworthy ones. In this case the cool bird was the Purple-throated Fruit Crow. Not because it was spectacularly pretty or anything. It looked like a small crow. But it was the first time Rayner had seen it in two years. That means it’s a pretty rare sighting. Thus, the coolness.
... bumps, so I was eagerly awaiting our arrival at the hotel. But then we stopped suddenly and Rayner got out of the car and made us all get out too. There was a sloth hanging from an electrical wire right above the road! We couldn’t believe it.
When we got back in the van, it was thankfully only a short drive to our hotel, the Magellan Inn. If you’ve ever imagined a hotel right in the middle of the jungle, this is it. The reception-dining area was all open air, with ...
... we went into town and found our way to a little
place called Making Waves. The
bar/restaurant was very much a surfer kind of place. We struck up conversation with a few surfers
and bartender and got into the corn hole tournament! Had a great time and some of the best fish
tacos and hot wings we have ever had.
Rick loves his wings small and these looked like they could have ...
... fries she has been surviving on thus far in Costa Rica!
The drive was terrifying. By far the scariest drive we have made so far in Costa Rica. The rain and fog were so thick, Paul could not see more than 100 feet in front of him. It seemed like none of the Costa Rican vehicles had functional head or taillights. We were traversing winding, narrow mountain passes, with no guardrails, no shoulders, and steep cliffs. To ...