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Travel Blogs from Santa Teresa
... some low tide rock pools and a walk along the beach to town where we ate – with no exaggeration - the best ever grilled fish sandwich. Spices, herbs, sauces, salads, the bread and the mackerel. Everything was of exceptional quality and not placed haphazardly. We then walked back to the hostel and napped all afternoon. A chilled out home-made last supper together of guacamole and vegetable stir-fry before a movie night as we were all pretty tuckered out.
... 8217;t the case. After about an hour of soaking in the lime juice you then add tomato, onions, and cilantro to finish the dish. It is then served with crackers and it is delicious!
Wednesday was a very relaxed day as I hadn’t done much besides planning my next step in my travels within Costa Rica. The remainder of my day was spent bumming around with Joaco talking about life, family, friends, and many other topics. For dinner Janessa and I decided to go out ...
... by the sea. We turned and went up an incredibly steep hill. After a few steep turns, we pulled into the driveway... I had arrived in heaven. Her home is stunning. Just look at the pictures on this website - http://www.casadelalunacostarica.com/ The property is absolutely perfect. And on the side of her property sat a little wooden hut. I fell in love. After many disclaimers, she (who I also immediately fell in love with) walked me over to ...
... jet. Local fuel, even petrol, is full of rubbish and even
filtering it into the stove bottle with a paper coffee filter sometimes doesn’t
seem to help much.
Much of the coast in this region features dangerous rip
currents making it an often dodgy place to swim. Every year apparently people
drown because of this. The surf also is frequently of the “dumper” variety
which can knock the unsuspecting off their feet and drag them out ...
... so have gone from one side of the country to the other or coast to coast. The entire country is half the size of Kentucky, and the bus rides are very long because the cross country highways (???) are never more than 2 lanes with no shoulders. Even very large semis and trucks have to travel these so the maximum you can go sometimes is only 20 mph. The terrain around here is very similar to Southern Calif.