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... change to see expanses of white sand and lovely, big, frothy waves. .
We went to Villa Real first to drop off our gear. It is a purpose built condo for the engineering crew who work for Hacienda Pinilla - a huge suburban development for wealthy foreigners who spend some months of the year living in Costa Rica. It is at the end of a corrugated, dirt road that runs from the small town of Pinilla to the coast. It's odd ...
... back pools with lounge chairs in them. So we headed back to the room, put our sunblock on and headed to the beach! The sand is black and super hot, but the water was perfect with some gentle waves.
Then, we came back to our room and tried out the jacuzzi on our terrace -- we grabbed two bohemias (beers) and hung out for a bit before dinner. Our dinner choice in retrospect was a little off, I don't think ...
... and about and not hiding in rocks so we got to see how absolutely massive they were. Back at work I stayed longer than I needed to so I could do some dolphin facts for the website. I was utterly knackered and everything was taking ages to work so I was itching to leave by the time I finished. I then got all of my stuff together, put it I'm the basket of my bike and realised someone had 'helpfully' locked up my bike. I've never had a key for it so my bike was now ...
... a chair hurtled at me and missing me by inches. The table it hit did not fair well and was really broken! I met Nicole for lunch and she said she'd been sitting on the bench outside reading because the air con still wasn't working and because it was so uncomfortable she would lie down on it for one minute to stretch her back out and that was actually more uncomfortable than sitting so she would then sit back up again. She told me someone was taking photos of her and ...
... UK, but we didn’t see them or their camper. As it turned
out later they told us that they were a few kms out of town so finding them
would have been tricky. From there we headed away from the coast for a while stopping
to take pics of some seriously big crocs from the road bridge over the Tarcoles
river (N9 47.941 W84 36.285). One forgets that there are crocs here along with
caymans, some unfriendly snakes such as the feared Fer de Lance and of ...
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