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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... agriculture. We stopped to say hello to everyone we passed. We followed increasingly thin roads until we
reached Tanya’s friends house, Carmen. Carmen excitedly told me about the many
birds that frequent her yard, particularly in the morning, and invited me back
to see them. As we spoke I had the opportunity to take some wonderful photos of
a humming bird in her garden. We took a short walk to ...
... 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 ...
... no one had showed me how to do this before I was basically holding the line, leaning back with my full weight on the rope and was like, 'what now?'. Martin's suggestion was to pull harder but after attempting that for a minute or two and not getting anywhere he had to do it. I think if you are using your full weight on something it's not going anywhere in your hands. He then put it back round the silver thing, I was like, but I did that before! Haha. Unfortunately ...
... though, it's pretty damn awesome. Today I'm diving with Tom who is on his first dive back after breaking his ribs, a test dive if you will. He did keep rushing me though as he said I need to be quicker, I definitely agree but usually rushing, I take longer because I make mistakes. We saw some more devil rays jumping out of the water today and I managed to take an ok picture of one, I seriously love them, they're so cool! We eventually got in the water and typically after ...
... 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 ...