Hotel Las Tortugas
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... premises, hence perfect for a yoga retreat.
The schedule for the retreat was, for a lack of a better word, action packed and started at 6.45am with meditation followed by a 90min yoga practice, breakfast and a lecture before lunch. Three hours of free time that could be spent in a hammock, on the beach, in the pool or in the nearby town of Tamarindo.
The evening session included another 90min yoga ...
... was that the horse was deciding the speed not me. Both Tom and I hung onto these animals as they decided to gallop, walk, occasionally stop, then gallop again! After nearly 3 hours of this plus a torrential down pore, I looked over to my husband and knew this might be the last horse ride of the trip! In compensation to Tom, we checked into a Five star hostel in la fortuna with a pool, a welcome oasis in the heat and after being bounced around on the horses. We met a group of girls ...
... for dear life as I felt like it was going to throw me off, like riding a rodeo bull! I now know that horse ridings not for me, it was an experience but a scary one at that and I won't be doing it again. L We were then taken back to our hostel but we had decided although it was very nice, amazing pool we were going to move to a cheaper option. Once we had checked in at the new place which was just down the street we headed out to ...
... P), drove us back to PV for food. Whilst we were just sat at the pizza place, at 1:00am, Marcelo just vanished for an hour. Becky, bless her, really wanted to go back but couldn't really leave and I was also knackered from all of the travelling. He came back and decided he wasn't going home yet and so Becky had to lock herself in his car to nap. I wanted to stay with her but she was adamant I went home, I still felt guilty for leaving her sleeping in a car in the middle ...
... I got them down to a good price though, as if I'm going to pay $6 for a 5 minute taxi ride. As I stepped onto the beach my flip flop broke in exactly the same way as my own in Monteverde did. It just completely snapped, kind of annoying too as I literally just bought them a month ago. Getting across the black sand bare foot basically took off 5 layers of skin so I ended up hopping like an idiot. We were going to try and snorkel but it was really rough and the visibility wasn't ...