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Playas del Coco ist eine der ältesten Strandgemeinden in der Provinz Guanacaste, Costa Rica. Dieser Bereich ist auch einer der am schnellsten wachsenden Bereiche des Tourismus in Costa Rica. Es ist seit langem ein beliebtes Touristenziel, für beide: Lokale Costa Rica Bürger als auch Ausländer. Playas del Coco wird liebevoll "El Coco" von den …
... than 2 minutes from a cold beer overlooking the beach and if you walk away from the main drag the food is amazing.
The surf is small, ideal for learners and Mandy took to the waves board in hand. After my initial brief - basically telling her that learning to surf will be frustrating and difficult and to give it a lot of time - Mandy shrugged with her SUP confidence and paddled into her third wave and rode it all the way in. Amazing!
Today was ...
... of relived to be honest ha. Back to Villa Sol again today with Maurin. We were sat outside in the morning and I was flicking through some photos on my iPad and came across the picture of the massive tick that was on one of my sloths. She'd been feeling a bit nauseous and obviously they're kind of disgusting and it may have made her throw up for about 5 minutes. Oops. I felt really bad but also could not stop laughing or stop shouting out potentially helpful suggestions like ...
... from Costa Rica to Panama so I also lost an hour crossing the boarder.
I tried to sleep most the trip to Panama City in hope to make the trip go by faster. It took forever.I finally arrived back in Panama City late Thursday afternoon, after more 24 hours of travel. Thankfully Dan was able to pick me up from the bus station in Panama City.
I had just enough time to rest and regroup. The next day my friend Fiona would be in Panama for the next week! ...
We eventually got down to the Pacific and arrived first at
the little beach town of Dominical. Very, very touristy, lots of surf shops;
kitchy was our term for the place as we drove slowly down its rutted gravel
main street well filled with bronzed young people looking healthy but bored. Not
for us. So it was Uvita next, a little further down the coast. We had a look at
a few places around there but nothing seemed to be quite our cup of tea. So ...