Panacea De La Montana Yoga Retreat & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... was just how every other time together had been: enlightening, funny, and meaningful. The last day I spent with Estiben. I got my favorite smoothie, ate at my favorite restaurant, went to my favorite part of the beach, and went surfing one last time with him.
Leaving was hard. I was more upset than I ever thought I would be. But if this is what the world has to offer, well then I want more! Es verdad mis amigos, es verdad. ...
... we will carry with us for several days: bed bugs. Funny how after being in the least developed countries and in much worse hostels than this one, this mishap has happened to us here. We woke up with dozens of bites of these malefic nocturnal insects: the owner didnīt seem to be very concerned about the incident, and all we got in return was a discount on the room price.
I would say that after adding all this up we would have been better off by skipping this place, but ...
... how manoeuvrable it was (rounded tail, 18 3/8" wide and 2 3/5" thick). I missed a few waves at the beginning as I had to paddle hard but overall I will definitely get shorter boards where possible.
Tamarindo: Tiny. Only for the beginners and desperadoes. We tried to get to Playa Negra today but was told that the road was so bad you could only get there by motorbike. As I'm heading off to Witch's Rock tomorrow we thought it best to not kill ourselves today and gave it a ...
... to have a look at the waves. I was pleasantly reassured by what i saw; tiny waves that looked like they couldn't batter a chiuahua, and people looking like they were standing up with ease. Nice and gentle all round. This instilled me with confidence to have a crack. A tout, whilst annoying us, told us that the best time would be in the afternoon. So we went back to our cabins to have some lunch and then ...
... course so Carlos also came along to act as a student whilst Martin assessed Maarten. I helped out by pretending to be an assistant but I didn't really have to do much to be honest. We had eventually gone out to what I would call 'no mans land'. This is basically the area outside of the Estudientes reef that is only sand and some rocks and then some more sand. They finished all their tasks and Martin indicated to me that I then should start navigating. Fooooook. Thank GOD ...