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Tanya picked me up early this morning for our moto
adventure, she handed me a helmet and a reflective vest and I hoped on the back
of her motorcycle. We cruised down paved roads for about 45 minutes before
turning onto a dirt road. The dirt road become increasingly rough as we climbed
toward the Volcano; it was a long teeth-chattering bone rattling ride. When we
finally got to the National Park ...
... 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 ...
... town (a 20 minute walk) before I managed to find a taxi. My driver was definitely drunk and literally did not understand a single thing I said, but hey ho I made it in the end! Most importantly I made it alive! Thankfully I managed to sleep most of the way and I should have easily of made my next bus at 10am. Unfortunately my 4.5 hour bus took SEVEN hours because today, of all days, the sodding taxi drivers decided they were striking and blocked the roads into San Jose. ...
... creepy female body builders who like they've spent 150 hours on a sunned in a week. One of the guys who works for the shop doesn't speak English and I actually learnt quite a bit today/managed to speak quite a bit with him. I'm going to start Spanish lessons next week so I should be fairly proficient at it by the time I leave. I spent the rest of the day helping in the shop including making my first sale but otherwise spent the rest of the time practicing with the compass. Tom ...
... 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 ...
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