Rio Lindo Resort
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... to San Diego the next morning to see his lady, so we said our goodbyes, arranged for our future trips down to Costa Rica to continue our surfing experiences, and then headed off to bed nice and early.
The next day consisted of an early breakfast followed by a short trip to neighbouring Dominicalito. Once at Dominicalito, the instructors decide the waves are too small – uhhhh, what? 8-12ft waves too small?? What did we get ...
... stripped of all trees to make pasture land for cows, but is now being left alone and allowed to reconnect to with the primary forest. The dividing line between the two is distinguished by a row of spiny cedars that actually used to be a fence. Much of the fencing we see in Costa Rica, outside the larger cities, is living. The locals take cuttings of trees, plant them as fence posts, and they grow!!
Not sure how they do it, but the guides spot another couple sloths ...
The one and only thing on Vivian's Costa Rican wish list was to see a wild sea turtle. She has been obsessed with sea turtles since long before our trip here was considered. Unfortunately, we had missed the window to see sea turtles nesting, as well as the window to see the hatchlings make their precarious voyage from the beach to the sea. Our only hope of seeing a sea turtle this time of year would be to spot one in the ocean. Realizing ...
... so! We have taken lots of food pics on this trip and I think we took pics of every course here!
This resort also boasts a very well thought of medical doctor too... we've found that in Costa Rica, you probably have access to some of the top medical and dental people in the Americas, and at a fraction of the cost of the USA or even Canada. It's worthwhile considering that Canadian medicare isn't free... we pay high taxes for that. And can take months ...
... we are used to but relies heavily on it's location on the beach. We opt for a beach front room and can sit on our balcony and watch the Pacific waves crash onto the beach. AT reception we meet the team and they assist us plan out=r trips to Corcovado National Park. It maybe possible to this from here by boat rather than pay loads to stay in the park. Then we decamp to the restaurant and bar area which are on the ...
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