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... t hang out in downtown Austin as much but our lack of tattoos was extremely evident in Santa Teresa. Brian did like to see the girls in their tiny bikinis carrying their surf boards. I don't know if I am being snarky but I kept seeing more girls carrying surf boards in their tiny bikinis than guys carying their boards. And yet, I saw mostly men surfing on the actual water...Is a surf board the new accessory for bikinis? ...
... night for dinner.
Ok, I hope you all enjoy your day as I know for a fact, we will. Bye for now.
September 9, 2013
We rented a quad for the day on Saturday so we had the opportunity to go into town and shop at the farmers market. It was sparce but we bought everything we could to continue the good eating kick. We still have not had a meal outside of our home.
We rode to another town called Cabuya which ...
... br> That afternoon I went to the beach with a few people staying at my hostel. When returning that evening we enjoyed dinner and relaxed on the porch discussing where we had traveled and where we were planning to travel. as we were giving eachother advice on where to go and what to do.
The next morning I woke up at 5:45am as I had to be at the bus stop to get on the 6:30am bus heading to my next stop of Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica.
When we first decided to come to Montezuma and stay at Luna Llena, Robert had read about the varied and diverse amount of wildlife to be seen here. We were not disappointed that time and we have not been this time either.
when we first arrived this time, we were told there had been a tarantula in the bathroom closest to our room. We have yet to have seen it but it and another one have been seen by several of the guests here.
Because Milly, the owner, ...
... to let us know she wants to go for a swim. Click here to see a video of the tide pool (as the tide starts to come in).
We walked to Cemetery Island, which is only possible to access during low-tide or via boat. Once again, we relied on the experience of some friends Emma and Andrew, to show us the way to a great snorkeling spot. And yes, Cemetery Island is exactly what it sounds like . . . it is a beautiful burial spot for ...