Latitude 10 Beachfront Resort, Santa Teresa
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Latitude 10 was heaven but we heard it was bought out by Flor Blanca. Our experience with them was not so great. John and I got engaged here in paradise. A great place to relax. Day tour to Tortuga island was fun but a bit touristy.
When Martha retires, I think she'd like to live in Malpais for the winters. For every surfer, there is a at least one dog roaming the beach. Most look well cared for and, by default, are called Pedro. There are 3 Vets by my count in Malpais, and only 2 Docs (1 with a sketchy history according to the Tico Times) so that pretty much reveals the …
... one of them running in between the wheels of the neighbor's car. A constant flow of water was running from the hills above, all the way down to the main road. I went to the beach wearing my sandals and ended-up walking ankle-deep in the mud. There are two small bridges crossing streams in Santa Teresa, and both were submerged, making it impossible to go from ...
... we were waiting at the local bus stop to travel to Mail Pais or Santa Teresa on he southwest coast of the Nicoya Pennisula. Other travelers were waiting as well. A guy approached and said he could take us all in his van to Santa Thereas for $5 each so away we all went. It onlly took 30 minutes where the bus would have taken 2 to 3 hours. We landed at Casa Zen, a wonderful little hotell slash dorm. They have ...
... thousands of hermit crabs. They did a little ranching
and quickly domesticated a number of them. I am proud to say that the smartest
and biggest was named Brent.
Dinner tonight was easy, right across the road, at a place
called Zula. A smoothie and falafel restaurant. Just what the doctor ordered.
They also have burgers and hot dogs.