Rio Lindo Resort
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... From December thru April, offshore Ojochal is the mating area for humpback whales. The Terraba River (longest in CR) empties into the Pacific at Playa Tortuga at Ojochal. At this unique beach a person can swim in salt water on one side of the beach and rinse off in fresh water on the other side.
The best part is one can catch red snapper, cubera snapper, dorado, snook, and other reef and game fish right from this ...
Sooo, words cannot adequately explain the beauty of parasailing. The view is breathtaking. I could see the entire coast and tons of small islands in the ocean. The water was this beautiful teal color that was slightly darker than the sky. We were so high up that we could barely see the people, they were ...
... racoons were very brave so leaving a bag on the beacj whilst swimming was a bit risky!
We walked round a mini headland and then some beach time. The sea was warm and calm and the beach good to lounge on, it wasnt very busy either. After an hour or so we headed back along the main trail to catch the bus to Quepos.
We are glad we chose to stay in Quepos as we had stuff around, and were not relying on ...
... hot in Costa Rica... endless blue skies and nothing more than swimwear required day or night. Food: self catered breakfasts and lunches at Darryl's and here, lovely restaurant fish, meat and pasta in LA, mix of fresh restaurant fish and self catered tuna pasta here. We have to be back in San Jose next Saturday 5th April to pick up our STA tour, so until then I am sure we will find something to keep us busy, or not, and I hope we can continue to savour everything as much as it ...
... into our hike, the rain really hits. Don was decked out in
his waterproof gear, while Cedric and I weren't as lucky (aka prepared – story of our lives, do things the ugly way). The rain didn't slow us down though – we hiked for over an hour, saw some really nice white sand beaches (didn't stay to play though due to the storm), saw some howler
monkeys, sloths, snakes, and few other things I can't recall at this time. After the ...
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