Travel Blogs from Mal Pais
Today's weather started out with overcast skies, sporadic showers, a high tide, and waves. Hasn't been flat since I arrived. Today I started with a surf check, then breakfast....veggie omelette, surf for several hours, chill, long, long walk on the beach looking for picture opportunities, ended with a light dinner at the beach pizzeria, then sunset. What a day!
Today started out bright, sunny, and blue. The surf was head high to overhead and glassy. On the way to the beach I stopped to say hola to Jobbie at his surf shop and meet his girlfriend Veronique. Very nice couple! Since the stories I had heard before about flipflops disappearing if left at the beach were confirmed, I left them at Jobbie's till I …
Well, we are now in Mal Pais. It is a very touristy place, but a very popular surf spot. Hopefully I will get to do some today. Really looking forward to it. It was a rather long wait time to get from Cobano to Mal Pais. We had to take a bus from Montezuma to Cobano. Mind you the bus was so packed that we had to stand for about half an hour ride. …
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our stay at Casa Kristina Maria memorable.Location
Nearest Airport: Juan Santamaria International Airport, San Jose at 137 Miles
- Nearest Motorway: Costanera (Highway 34) at 2 Miles
- Nearest Beach: Playa Ballena at 2.7 ...
But here is where you are going to question my sanity. As does Barry and frankly, me too. There were some Ticos playing in the water by the beach and their old fishing boat was anchored right off shore. Their dad was on it and the rest of the family were on the beach ensconced under palm trees. I was playing with the kids, practicing my Spanish, and they were practicing their English on me, and it was fun because I felt like I ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet