La Marejada Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel to Tamarindo area, Playa Langosta to be precise, for our next hotel the Cala Luna www.calaluna.com Left Lost Iguana hotel about 9.30. The first part of our journey took us from near La Fortuna and followed the entire length of the Arenal lake (Laguna). On this route we started to see handmade signs for the 'German bakery' which continued to appear regularly over the next 20 miles ...
... road is pretty much straight but as there was 4 of us we didn't think motorbikes would be of much use. But our luck was in our favour and a 4x4 truck came along which was perfect. Allis stuck out her thumb and they started to slow down. As it got closer we realised it was a police van! They agreed to take us :) My first hitch hike and it's in a police van, couldn't really get a safer ride. So the tradition was to make paper ...
... and I'm going to this big music festival called Palmares with a few friends from San Jose. We are taking a private bus from San Jose to the festival and we will be going to a Sean Paul concert! And of course I'll have to make a stop at my Tica family's house- I talked to Mama Tica yesterday and she's already getting excited for me to get "home."
I guess I should get back to work now.
... fast, exhilarating, beautiful scenery and a quite constraining harness (if you know what I mean lads). When that was over, it was a short jaunt over to the Baldi Hot Springs where we spent the day floating around in these naturally heated pools and flinging ourselves down some waterslides which health and safety clearly have not had the chance to check yet. All in all it made for a pretty satisfying day.
That night though was the first that Aslak and I did not spend ...
... towing and doing rescue breaths at the same time. It's a lot to remember all at once I tell you! It got a bit confusing as well because Tom would stop to give me instructions and then tell me off for not continuing rescue breaths. Rescue diver is actually a really fun course, although it is very serious as well. But man is there a lot to remember all at once. To be fair I think it would be a lot easier if I wasn't doing rescue, EFR, deep ...