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... After a lot of struggling and crying, we finally make it to some parking lot and find out that we need to pay 10 dollars and then walk 450 steps down the canyon to see the waterfall. We didn't care anymore, could have sold our souls for a dip in a cold water. And it was so worth it. The view, refreshing blue water, tropical forests...wish I never left!
After couple of hours swimming and enjoying the views and shade, we make our way back to town. With ...
... pet pig) also a popular surfing destination and Camarón Dorado, a seafood restaurant in the sand on Playa Brasilito.
One of our favourite beaches was Playa Pan de Azúcar where we practiced our tightrope walking and had a go on the swings.
The main town in the area was Tamarindo, a classy little area filled with shops, restaurants and beachside bars. One bar we enjoyed was Witch's Rock surf camp (their Eat at Joe's ...
... was all too alluring. The place felt almost more like a homestay than a hostel and had a really relaxed family kind of vibe to it. The polar opposite of a party hostel but still with a very communal spirit. Cosy little rooms, nice communal area with board games and one of the best stocked kitchens we had seen in months. Add that with reasonable value and the only issue with the ...
... the fireworks. Moments to countdown was confirmed with greg's antique 1993 Timex Indiglo. We laughed and joked with the locals and other tourists until the clock struck midnight and the sky was lit up with a beautiful arrangement of fireworks. It was such a wonderful New Years Eve experienced with great people. We headed back home shortly thereafter to get some sleep for our rafting trip the next day. Feliz Ano Nuevo! ...
... shoreline, drops anchor in a cove for snorkeling, and then returns at sunset. The skies were blue and sunny, food and drink were open and free, and the water was shockingly clear for snorkeling. The kiddos did a lot of "king of the world" type expressions of joy (except the big boys, who were too cool for that)--you are probably not shocked to hear that with around 50 people on board, our kids pretty much took over the whole boat. Everyone else (including what ...