Camarona Caribbean Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... national park. Rather annoyingly it began to rain. And did not stop all day. We had a guide to walk us through the beach-side park. Before we had left the base we had already seen 4 iguanas, 2 other lizards, howler monkeys and a yellow eyelash pit viper! It continued, so many animals. Vine snakes, so many massive grasshoppers, leaf cutter ants, crabs, another sloth, toucans.... Rather funny that a few days ago I was saying that I didn't think I had ever seen ...
... tassista ci ha spiegato con grande fervore, e un uso smodato di espressioni da censurare, cosa stava succedendo. Abbiamo attraversato il ponte a piedi e siamo saliti su un altro taxi fino alla frontiera, dove ci siamo sorbiti una coda di un paio d’ore sotto il sole e un afa da svenimento prima, e sotto un acquazzone tropicale poi, solo per ricevere un paio di altri timbri sul passaporto. Dopo aver salutato Panama ed essere entrati in Costa Rica ...
... and Joyce and the 6 of us could share some drinks and go for dinner. Suddenly several bottles of red later it was 9 o'clock and dinner was starting to look a little unnecessary. So after a few gruff words from the owner of our hotel to be quiet we left in search of a bar. We walked the Main Street and found a pool hall, a place locals seemed more likely to visit rather than foreigners but that's why we liked it. So a very fun night began. The six of us spent hours and ...
... ride back to the cottage.
Back at the cottage, I rested a bit and then went to the grocery store with Joanne to get some food for breakfast. Joanne made me an excellent breakfast this morning.
I decided to get my hair shaved today. I mentioned (think it was Jaco) that I was planning to get my hair cut before but did not know I would actually do it. Well, today I actually did it. I am no longer a slave to my hair. I won't need to dye it anymore. It feels great by the ...
... lot less stable and a lot more manoeuvrable than I would have thought (although you would lose all power in a sharp turn).
A fairly mellow wave which had a little bit of bite on the larger sets, it was a great wave to start the trip.
Salsa Brava: Puerto Viejo is 6km north of Punta Uva and is home to the infamous Salsa Brava right hand barrel which has claimed many a board. Unfortunately the swell had dropped considerably and I haven't had a chance to give it a ...