Hotel El Velero
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... to swim in to the beach at this point, and start worrying about where Sam and Catherine were. Pablo instructed the rest of us to swim in to the beach and he'd find Sam and Catherine. We were obedient students, but only one of us managed to emerge out of the water with a shred of dignity (Dan). I swam fastest, and found myself stuck like a billowing seaweed, caught in the lapping waves at the shore's incline. With all the scuba equipment, I was too ungainly to gracefully stand ...
... clipped in captivity, making it hard for them to lead a normal life and reproduce. It was a special sight to see a freed member of this parrot species sitting high atop a tree without a care in the world, free from shackles, wing clippings and cages. Our student, Victor Z. will share his perspective below. Today we visited a beach that included more than we expected. We headed out of port around 9:30 and the sun was shining which meant that many if us including myself wanted to look ...
Today was the day we would finally hike at the Rincon National Park that we had gone to on Monday and discovered they are closed on Mondays. Had a bit of deja vu, as I made us the same lunch we had the other day. Had our Costa Rican breakfast, packed for our journey & was on the road by 9am. I was so excited about our adventure, maybe even a bit giddy!
Jeff said he needed to stop and get some cash, so we pulled into a ...
... videos. - tour guide spoke english and sliced up a pineapple for us and gave us water. - river estuary was very different from the Tempisque River trip both different and both very interesting. Highly recommended. - relaxed at the condo the rest of the day, then around 4:30pm as we were outside on the deck we heard the howler monkeys coming in from the valley. There were about 15 members with a couple ...
... 5 devil rays Martin saw together under the water. But if I thought this was going to be the worst dive I was about to be very mistaken. I was already slightly apprehensive about this dive because there was so much to remember. I had to tie all three of the knots I had been desperately practicing, do a circular search pattern, do a u pattern using a compass, tie an object to a lift bag, inflate the lift bag and then swim it to the surface. Did I mention this is all going to be ...