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... to make some progress (i.e. be able to stand!). Or Keith said just ditch skiing for snowboarding! After our surf lesson we headed home for a quick change and to watch the sunset again before heading to a lovely local tapas restaurant to eat our faces off and drink lots of yummy sangria! The next day and our last in Santa Teresa was a beach day. We walked to Playa Hermosa (without shoes on which was a very bad move on crazy hot sand and rocks!) ...
... my boobs and push up, while at the same time sliding my feet under me as fast as possible. BUT your feet have to be perfectly squared up, under your knees (which have to be bent just so) and your shoulders rounded above them. Then you have to remember to face forward toward the beach. I am totally uncoordinated, and a bit of a disaster, and I HATE getting water in my nose but had no way to plug it so it was a bit messy...
... in the middle. Playa Grande is much quieter than Tamarindo and most people are there just for the surf as it's bigger. On Friday we went on an estuary tour within Guanacaste (the region of Costa Rica we were in). It was just the two of us and our guide gliding through the calm river waters. We spotted some birds, a crocodile, crabs and monkeys! The American Crocodile lives there as they can live in salt and fresh water. In the dry season, the water is 80% salt water and in the ...
... for birds you truly only hear the sounds of the nature. You hear leaves rustling in the wind, trees croaking and you hear the birds sing. That's it. No other sounds. It's just you alone with nature (and the other volunteers in my case). Hearing the birds is different from actually seeing them tough. Until now I've been fairly unsuccessful in spotting some birds. But when I spot one I can't help but love every single bird. Some are small and quick. Other big and colorful. Some ...
... went out together...rolling squad deep (but seriously). Needless to say the night was great, and one thing I learned about Tamarindo is that the party does not end until the sun comes up!
So Sunday we decided to surf, and at night things got a bit adventurous. We met a new guy from Portugal who had been to Tamarindo before, and he took us to a beach (that of which I still don't know where it is). The initial plan was to ...
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