Hotel Casa Del Mar Samara
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It had been said by several people about Jaco and the fact that it wasn't the greatest beach, and although our time there was rather eventful, as far as beaches were concerned, and my experience of them, it still hadn't seemed that bad. That was until now!.
It was a Friday night and it was just Lou the neighbour, me and The Other Draper heading …
... cheering for Costa Rica since I know that half way across the world my daddy and the rest of my family are cheering for the other side. The game ended up 0-0 but it was super fun to watch it in this little bar on the beach. I had a mud-slide too which just made it better ;)!! I skyped Daddy in England during half time, and though I couldn't hear him I was able to show him where I was watching which was fun. He emailed me after and said that I take ...
... eye could see. I was told that they have a one track mind, with the mums-to-be solely focused on digging their hole, laying around 100 eggs, camouflaging the nest and then heading back out to sea. They use their powerful flippers to drag themselves up the beach and then to dig their nest, I got accidentally flicked with a flipperful from quite a distance, so can appreciate how much sand they're shifting! It's all a lot of ...
... once I figured out that I had two reasons to visit exactly at this time: my old buddy Lorena from Chicago was visiting Arenal, and the Easlers, expert travelers from Mass, were in Coco. So the trip was like this:
Thursday, Friday: Hung out in San Jose with Willi, his wife Karen and their hijita Bianca.
Saturday, Sunday: Visited Arenal and the surrounding area, swimming in the hot springs and hiking the volcano with Lorena and ...
... has happened many times before we ended up at our favourite sort of spot –
camped on the beach under the palms at what was to be our 19th “bush
camp” (N9 09.098 W83 44.365). However, there’s always a “price” to pay, even
for the so called free sites. This time it was those dreaded sand flies again
that seem to think they are miniature vampires when it comes to ready and
willing human flesh. The humidity was also ...