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Travel Blogs from Playa Hermosa
... and that's the last we see of him. We're there less than an hour and given a clean bill of health, looks like it's nothing more than a bad strain. May have a damaged tail bone and a cracked rib, but nothing that needs any serious treatment. Been into the dive centre and plan to give it a go tomorrow, been looking forward to these dives for months now, so plan to go if it's at all possible. Deb's now walking around like a pack donkey and won't let me carry anything. ...
... rocks to the beach. The sand was golden brown and shimmering under the Sun. However, it was just right for walking on the beach barefoot. The water was just right as well. It was crystal clear and the perfect shade of blue. I loved swimming in the sea and could have literally spent all day in there. I also got a nice tan. The surrounding wildlife of the beach was such a sight to see. The trees looked to be from magazines and there were ...
I am good to go. Phew! It’s so weird even if I know I am not doing
anything wrong those situations make me a little on edge.
arrive in Arenal and the volcano is impressive. The boys booked a
different hostel than us and so I decide to drop them of at their s
first. And, what do you know, right before their hostel the street
turns one way going the opposite way. So, that is why everyone ...
Never went far from home today. Completed first blog entries this morning, errands, wandered around Playas de Coco. The internet situation, by the way, is that I have no wireless access from my room. The office is a few blocks away from the condominium buildings and I have to go there to get access.
I learned why the town is called Playas de Coco – the sand here is the color of a coconut ...
... the way the driver suddenly pulled an emergency stop, and we saw that a tree had fallen in the storm, blocking the road and pulling down some cables with it. Our driver managed to get around it by going off road, but there was a bus full of kids completely stuck, and after a very animated conversation in spanish and lots of handwaving, our driver agreed that he would stop at the next hotel to get help for them.
We arrived at the ...