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... of Tamarindo. The beaches are beautiful in both. Langosta is particularly well known among surf fisherman for the snapper and rooster fish that can be caught from the beach. Tamarindo is better known for its surfing.
Leaving Tamarindo on Tuesday, we drove north to Flamingo and Potrero. Along the way, we passed through Villa Real, Huacas, Matapalo, Playa Brasilito and Playa Conchal. Both Flamingo and Potrero had ...
... br> valley breezes kept the house very comfortable. The night views of the
sunset and stars was great. The balcony hammock provided an amazing way
to read a book and to enjoy the constellations. It is a beautiful
amazing place for a vacation stay.
... to a restaurant. Recently, Will (mi nuvio) and I traveled to Acadia National Park. We were getting some cooking ware for dinner in the Hannaford and a random girl asked me what my preference for baking bread was. A glass pan…or a metal pan? Following my analysis of the few times I have baked bread, another woman came up to me and asked me if I worked there. The soaking wet rain gear did not give it away that I did not. Anyway, on my way back ...
Wednesday, I totaled 7 and 1/2 hours of class in Spanish. My brain is so tired, it is silly. I am starting to learn lots of verbs so that I can construct sentences allll byyyy myselfffff! I did it this way so I can go on the school trip tomorrow to Playa Conshal which is known for the tons and tons of shells that wash up on the beach.
There are absolutely mind blowing ...
When traveling by oneself, it is always important to remember the golden rule of solo travelers: Your first day alone will probably suck the most. Despite the friends you made on the bus or in your flat, your first day of classes/ activities is always difficult.
My first day, I struggled through my placement exam, learned the most basic of Spanish phrases, ate a delicious Costa Rican lunch, struggled to speak in my 5.5 hours of class, ...