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Good morning! We started the morning by driving to Tamarindo through Nicoyia and Santa Cruz. I cannot believe how clean everything is here, we have not seen pollution, garbage laying on the streets or roads. We made it to our hotel and it is very nice, I would highly recommend it. One thing in our travels, (strange for North Americans) but...you cannot flush toilet paper down the toilets. That's hard to get used too. All I keep thinking about is Kim's ...
... of Tamarindo. The beaches are beautiful in both. Langosta is particularly well known among surf fisherman for the snapper and rooster fish that can be caught from the beach. Tamarindo is better known for its surfing.
Leaving Tamarindo on Tuesday, we drove north to Flamingo and Potrero. Along the way, we passed through Villa Real, Huacas, Matapalo, Playa Brasilito and Playa Conchal. Both Flamingo and Potrero had ...
... get from seaside luxury condos and houses to dead end dirt roads with houses with just the very basics.
Notes for next time:
-Fly into Liberia instead of San Jose
-Be even more adventurous on your bike
-Enjoy the the walk up the steepest hill ever to your hotel
-Keep being good at making new friends
-Check out new beaches
-Tamarindo is like a souped up version of Old Orchard Beach (you will get asked to buy drugs)
... wanted to travel to Peru. I wanted to see Machu Picchu, learn about the Incas, frolic in the Andes, and play flutes. Monetary constraints lead me to a decision that allowed me to see the upsides to FAMILIARITY as I decided to travel back to Costa Rica. Pura Vida.
The last few times that I have traveled I went to Costa Rica and Thailand. I was experiencing and seeing so many new things. I squeezed so many activities in, ...
... 8216; away so could clearly see.
First she cleans her chosen area with her back flippers, sweeping away little rocks or shells for at least 20 minutes. Then she digs a hole. And digs a hole. And for another 20 minutes or so she dug that hole, picking large amounts of sand up and throwing it off to the side, until she had a deep hole in wet sand at just the right temperature in the bottom of it. How those little turtles get out of ...