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... people basically trap themselves in this ring with a crazy bull going mad. It was one of the craziest things we had stumbled upon thus far. They did have normal rodeo as well, everyone continued to stay in the ring whilst the bull bucked around like crazy. Such a sight. We got some food off a vendor and sat in the stands gobsmacked till it ended then wondered back to our hostel. The next day we decided to do a waterfall tour with one of the workers ...
... area which had black soil - lava rocks. The plants were fern like and grasses, not many trees can live in the lava soil. We carried on until we reached a lava flow from the last eruption in 1992. Some plants had started to colonise the rocks. But it was still quite barren. That evening we visited a geo-thermic bath. There were 5 hot pools ranging in temperature from tepid to HOT! there was also a cold pool. Our instructions were to work ...
... 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 ...
... the surface of the water and I heard Guayo shout 'manta ray!' From the front of the boat! I ran up to the front and there was indeed a fricking manta ray on the surface right next to the boat! The water was pretty clear so you could really see it properly and see it sticking the tips of its wing (?) out of the water. When the visibility was't as good it kind of looked like the bat signal! Very cool. It came back round to the boat and Guayo started to get into the water. I ...
... 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 ...