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Travel Blogs from Tamarindo
... roads and river crossings. Thank God for Julian's FJ Cruiser. A lot of cars and quads were stuck at river crossings and we were able to plow our way through them.
The Montezuma waterfall was gorgeous. The water was refreshing. There was a local kid climbing up to ridiculous heights and diving off. It seemed like quite a popular spot. Montezuma was a lot busier than many of the other towns we had passed through. It ...
... and get in another taxi to the bus station. My bus to Panama City is like 15 hours by the way and it was SO long. We only had one stop the whole time, I assumed we would have more so didn't chose to get dinner at 4:30pm. Error. They had some movies on, in Spanish, and apparently they LOVE, Jason Statham because of the three movies the played he was in all of them. At least it was something mind numbing to watch. When we finally arrived at the border ...
... I have a fun time snorkeling. I was able to see some bright colored fish. We all had a great time celebrating Belinda's birthday!
Unfortunately Caroline got sea sick on the way back to shore. The water was pretty choppy. We came back to shore just after sunset. We were all pretty tired from day drinking and called it an early night.
Tuesday, we spent the day on the beach catching some rays and swimming in the ocean.
Later that evening we ...
... back for Siesta. Tonight we head for the local Italian as we have a table for ten booked, Deb and I, the lady I dived with, her mother and friend, Chris, the other diver I met on line with his wife, daughter and friends and Jason, an Australian bum. That's a bit unfair, he's a young guy who dove with us, he worked really hard in the Australian mines and now he's traveling around south and Central America. Some of you may be aware that I'm not the greatest when it ...
... If there was it did little to grab one’s attention or make itself look
in any way inviting so we headed back to the road around the lake and kept
going west eventually finding a spotless haven for the night at Jireh Cabinas (N10
32.772 W84 53.535) just outside Nuevo Arenal on the north shore of the lake for
just $30 a night for the immaculate room. No sooner had we retrieved our bags
for the night out of the car than the rain thundered down, hammering ...