El Milagro Hotel
Travel Blogs from Tamarindo
... street and they brought us to Lola's on Sunday. They have two beautiful children and we played in the ocean and sand and it Felt nice to play with children for a bit.
We have been researching next locations and having a great time learning about different places we would like to go. Things are constantly changing with our plans and thats ok.
Hopefully more good pics and a story or two to come from Junquillal. ......
... full day and we walked across the river to a far point beyond Playa Grande to the north. Isolated and beautiful. Lunch included eating tacos on the beach and enjoying the sun (too much sun!)
Santa Teresa: Quality beach break renowned for its consistency. We arrived to a dropping swell. The first few sessions were head-high to overhead on the larger sets but it dropped to desperation surfing over the four days. It was also fairly ...
... by all the stuff to see. Was so glad to have some relaxing dives where I can try and learn the sites and look at stuff :) Once we came up I had been really needing the toilet for about 20 minutes now, I surfaced to discover there were about 6 people ahead of me waiting to go up the ladder....noooooo. Just imagine you need the loo so bad and you have to wait ages to get onto the boat and then you have to peel off not one but two wetsuits. I was so desperate ...
... my trek back to Panama City. It was just enough time to one last swim in the ocean!
It was really hard to say Good bye to everyone. We all had such a great time together that last few days. Cinde and T.J took such good care of us all. It really felt like a family environment at Villa Amarilla.
I am so thankful that my cousin let me crash her vacation. All her friends are really lovely.
They all waited for me to get on the bus and be on my way. ...
... climbing and thumping on the awful road surface until we found a place
named Chalets Los Volcanes (N10 08.258 W84 11.467) about 12 kms south of Volcan
Poas. We were the only guests (where are all the Christmas tourists?) and paid $40
for a room. But the first room they put us in had a thoroughly uncomfortable bed
so we changed rooms for our second night which was a great improvement. An
otherwise nice spot in an area with surprisingly few places to stay and ...