Club Laman Caribe
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... and b) getting barked at by a local in Rincon after the trip. What’s this, you ask? Yup…told off, put in my place. After our tour we stopped at a local restaurant/bar/inn for a wee little taste of cactus liqueur, after which I felt it timely to try to replace some of the hydration and electrolytes I had lost. There was what I could best describe as a “canteen” in one corner of the courtyard and some of our group had purchased drinks. It ...
... we even went under. We saw 3 sea turtles, another sea horse, and 7 reef squid. They are so cool, they look like self propelled thing divers use. Can't remember what they are called. Patrick and I saw a snake, 2 eels, 2 rockfish, which faded in with the coral so well you could barely see them. I saw a spider and a bunch of Banded Coral Shrimp. I also saw a frogfish which was stuck to a piece of seaweed, or it ...
... try a mystery and picked up an Alex Cross novel. The topic was so disturbing that I will try not to read any mystery novels for a while. Fluffy fiction will be my choice from now on, or non fiction. Like the "A More Beautiful Question" audiobook I "read" thanks to Sylvia. It was nice to chat with her after we "read' it.
I also remembered that Rick Steves has great podcasts, I have been listening to some of his Europe podcasts. The Rick Steves ...
... City started 25 years ago. In fact, they knew Ernst, the guy who started Jibe City. Avid windsurfers and divers, they were back on the island after a long hiatus hoping Niki and Kesli would get the windsurfing bug. Both girls took lessons from Caesar and by the end of the trip they were using the harnesses. Kesli also got her first scuba dive introductory lesson and something crazy like a 75 minute dive!!!.
During their stay we ...
... to the set up, they have four boats and radio helmets for the lessons. We saw one instructor sitting at the edge of the water on one of the bean bags giving instructions on his radio while the student wore the helmet and tried new tricks. Now that's the way to teach! They also put up a big plastic container with fresh water so you can rinse your gear. They also have free Wi-Fi. ;-) There is another school on the beach and they ...
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