Hotel Playa Negra
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... headed to the ocean for some swimming. There were some bigger waves and I took a hit from the wave and lost my sunglasses and the wave broke Rogers sunglasses in half. We drove back to Tamarindo and stopped at the little store across from our hotel for Roger to get some sunglasses and some little treats for some people - hint.....tshirt galore! Tonight we are not sure what we are going to do for supper, maybe ...
... our captains we continued on as Life of Pi replayed in my head. We finally turned around after 2 hours of searching and slowly started to move back towards the beach which was literally a small speck at this point... And I REALLY had to pee! Fortunately our luck started to turn around as we passed a sailfish (like a swordfish) and a massive tortoise. We also passed 2 fishing boats with men & boys hand fishing for ...
... vehicles and made a quick getaway, in case the streams across the roads turned into rivers on the route home. It was a shame to leave the turtles so soon, but as it's wet season we'd been lucky to have the time we did to revel in the sight. After the excitement in Sámara, yet another (definitely my last!) whistlestop visit through San Jose is now required, before I fly up to the new sights and sounds of Guatemala ...
... various empty buildings that would have made a killing from all the workers who were earning good money with nowhere to go. Morgs saw his first troop of monkeys here. In Junquillal we would be serenaded by howler monkeys from a tree that could be seen from the pool. Such small animals for the amount of noise they make. If you YouTube 'the sound of wild howler monkeys Costa Rica' you'll understand what I'm talking about.
... Guard to travel with a buddy throughout Europe for a year. That year turned into over 15 years. He created jobs for himself where no job had even existed. Before his return to the states years later, Bill was running a very lucrative business. He had begun his European adventure at the age of 28. Spending much time in Croatia, France, Spain, and Italy before meeting Renate in Germany. He would always ...