Hotel La Laguna del cocodrilo
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... spectacular. Down to the Pacific ocen Then we went downtown for groceries as the condo has kitchen. The down like most Spanish third world tourist areas After returning and having lunch we then went to our private beach club. Its a dark volcanic sand like some in Hawaii. A bout a half mile from condo. Could walk but back is all up hill. We plan to have dinner here watching thei ...
... how manoeuvrable it was (rounded tail, 18 3/8" wide and 2 3/5" thick). I missed a few waves at the beginning as I had to paddle hard but overall I will definitely get shorter boards where possible.
Tamarindo: Tiny. Only for the beginners and desperadoes. We tried to get to Playa Negra today but was told that the road was so bad you could only get there by motorbike. As I'm heading off to Witch's Rock tomorrow we thought it best to not kill ourselves today and gave it a ...
... fix it. Bloody thing. Kind of need it as I really didn't want to take my iPad to Bocas! I have no luck with technology. I can't believe that I only have 6 weeks left! It's gone so fast, I'll be home before you know it! Day 57: Today I'm helping Tom out with a refresher for two open water students. He wants me to demonstrate 3 skills for them to copy. Two are easy, it's just the regulator recovery with the two techniques to clear the regulator of water and the other one he wants ...
... not leaving Costa Rica for a few more days!
The journey back started with me taking the 2pm bus from Tamarindo to Santa Cruz. Once in Santa Cruz, I got another bus to San Jose, a five hour ride for about $12.
Once in San Jose, I took a taxi to the Ticabus company for my next bus to Panama City. The bus left at 11pm.
We arrived at the boarder at 4am. The boarder used to be open 24 hours. What I discovered when we arrived is that it is not. We ...
We eventually got down to the Pacific and arrived first at
the little beach town of Dominical. Very, very touristy, lots of surf shops;
kitchy was our term for the place as we drove slowly down its rutted gravel
main street well filled with bronzed young people looking healthy but bored. Not
for us. So it was Uvita next, a little further down the coast. We had a look at
a few places around there but nothing seemed to be quite our cup of tea. So ...