Giardini di Papagayo Hotel
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... peaceful yet close (7 mins) from banks, restaurants, etc.
- Gorgeous view of the Gulf of Nicoya
Gulf of Nicoya
The journey to Costa Rica was easy for once as we were only an hour away and we made it through the border on the last day of our ninety day Central American visa. The minute we get somewhere new we start with the usual comparisons and questions that take up large chunks of time on our bus journeys: what do people look like and wear? Is the spanish the same or different? What are the buses like? What is the landscape like? What is the currency conversion? What is ...
... idea, and I can see it working. Within 30 minutes of meeting us, he had offered us his own home to stay in for free in California. We will stay in touch, you can just seem to tell if someone has a good soul, and they are worth keeping within arms reach. From Granada we headed south to the largest lake in Central America, lake Nicuragua (inventive name) and more precisely the figure 8 shaped island of Omatepe. Another chicken bus got us there, on a very wet day, but ...
... To finish things up I came back to the hostel and booked my next hostel for three nights at Playa Tamarindo (C$12.00/day), which is a famous beach that hopefully will not have as many tourists and surfers now, as the high season is ending or so they tell me.
In any event, it is a great spot where I can see many beaches close together... so we'll see how it goes tomorrow.
Enjoy the PICs
... it was, it was massive! I was told it was a sail fish, it was honestly huge. Very cool. After we managed to get one dive while Martin and Maarten sat on the boat. They gave us half an hour to map Supresa. It was definitely fun with just the three of us. We ended up seeing quite a lot too, lots of rays and tons of huge eels, including again ones who were just out swimming about. At one point I pointed up to Zack because his favourites, the tuna, were up circling ...