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... thunder and see the lightening. Thank god we weren't close to any metal or up high or anything... NOT! I was a little nervous but we were really close to the end. It was an awesome trip.
I biked home in the pouring rain to grab dry Zumba clothes and then went to eat wings at the bar Arriba, where I met MORE of Bambi's friends... EVERYONE is best friends with Bambi... They are all gorgeous too... One guy named gato has perfect moreno ...
... I watched for a few minutes before I remembered my camera...unfortunately, dad didn't like my presence and quickly called the kids deeper into the trees. No pics for me, but I finally saw them. I ran (ok, walked fast) back to the hotel to share the sighting.
Now thinking we would see the monkeys everywhere, we had a light breakfast of fruit, banana bread and toast, and decided to rent bikes and ride the beach to explore Samara. It was described as an easy ride ...
... up and down and was very thankful her bathing suit top had an underwire. But it was all worth it once we got to the natural waterfall. The water was a little cold, but felt amazing! We also swam through cool dark passageways. Unfortunately, when we were done we had to get back on the horses. Amanda says she has a new respect for the actors on game of thrones and all the time they spend riding horses, because it is not comfortable.
... from home. Sure enough, we met Wayne and Nolene as they
staggered in at different times, no doubt footsore judging by Wayne’s blisters,
but full of pride in their achievement. Well done guys, and so far from home!
Next we drove to Cuahita and found Cabinas Algebra (N9
44.978 W82 51.630) run by Alfred and Andrea, a lovely German couple who had
settled in Costa Rica and bought Algebra, once a cacao farm owned by an elderly
Jamaican. He had only ...
... Isabel, Reese and Charly headed to the Langosta Beach Club for an afternoon of bliss. Just in case you are ever in Tamarindo, FYI, Langosta is your BFF: for the price of a Coke you can lounge ALL DAY in their beach loungers or glorious cabanas. Uniformed waiters will stroll by every 15 minutes asking if there is ANYTHING they can do to make your stay at their curtained cabana more delightful. French music, ...