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From Santa Elena we took a very long and bumpy ride to Tamarindo, Costa Rica. Tamarindo is very built up, and has unfortunately become overrun with abandoned massive hotels. It grew too much for what it could handle, and now the beaches are all polluted and there are fast food chains on every corner. We stopped here for the night only because the …
... me with a huge grin he jumped over my still soaking wet shoulders. Father and son had reunited after nearly seven months apart. We immediately went to go find the biological parents. This time I was the one knocking at the door. Dad opened it and had no clue what hit him - frankly, neither did I. Frozen solid, the poor old man was speechless and with tears in his eyes I decided to relieve him of his tension by tackling him to the bed. After a long-held embrace ...
Day 44: Another Catalina Island trip today, alas I am not going this time. Still have to wake up at 5am to help though! I got on my bike to discover I had an extremely punctured tire so I was not happy this morning! I got to the shop to see Julian was back, so that didn't last long ha. Today was basically going to be one of those days were tons of annoying stuff happens, starting with my flat tire because after we loaded the boat for Cats and got back to the shop at 7:30 we had ...
... little details that couldn't possibly be that important......wrong. surfing, as i soon found out, involves many little steps, each with equal importance and that will in the end ensure your overall success of standing up and surfing. I attempted to follow all the little rules like, "don't stand too far forward, turn your foot to the right, bend...squat...ERIN BEND YOUR KNEES! ...
... monkey is as cool as it sounds. All the kids got to hold and feed the baby (Lolo) and have pictures made. Next was the snake room. The baby boa was popular with the kids. On the way out we were offered the opportunity to walk into the monkey cage and have the Capuchin monkeys jump all over you. Adults only of course. Max and Isabel were allowed in, but Sam wasn't. Neither were the little girls. Being made ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Muriel and Marcel, the sweetest Swiss couple you´ll ever meet, run a fantastic hotel in Nosara. We stayed in the new ´Rancho´ where we cooked in for every meal, because there are not many budget options in Nosara. The higher price tag was worth it!
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