The Sanctuary Resort & Spa
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... hostel La Tropicale fairly quickly. A red macaw greeted us at reception. Our room wasn't ready so we wandered the grounds. It's a funky, brightly coloured place with lush jungle paths leading to private bungalows and a very unique shaped pool. I asked Dane if they meant to do that?? Haha see photo to better understand. We got into our room shortly after and were pleasantly surprised...definitely an upgrade from our last stay. We have a big bed, ...
... cheering for Costa Rica since I know that half way across the world my daddy and the rest of my family are cheering for the other side. The game ended up 0-0 but it was super fun to watch it in this little bar on the beach. I had a mud-slide too which just made it better ;)!! I skyped Daddy in England during half time, and though I couldn't hear him I was able to show him where I was watching which was fun. He emailed me after and said that I take ...
... lullabies. Others sound more like a frog. Every bird has something special.
The one project that makes me feel like I really help the community is 'Blue flag Activity: Santa Anna School'. Blue flag means that something is 'good' for nature. At the school we're making a recycling system in an old shed. The children at the Santa Anna school will learn how to recycle and why it is important to recycle. But that's not all. All the neighboring villages can recycle ...
... eye could see. I was told that they have a one track mind, with the mums-to-be solely focused on digging their hole, laying around 100 eggs, camouflaging the nest and then heading back out to sea. They use their powerful flippers to drag themselves up the beach and then to dig their nest, I got accidentally flicked with a flipperful from quite a distance, so can appreciate how much sand they're shifting! It's all a lot of ...
... two nights in Hostel Gaia’s dorm room
then camped outside in the Land Rover for $8 pppn. Fair value indeed.
We spotted several other overlanders in town whilst we were
there, from Switzerland, from Canada, from Brazil and even one cycling
photographer from Argentina who had set off on his trip north just a couple of
months ahead of us AND HERE HE WAS ALREADY IN BOQUETE AT THE SAME TIME AS US!
Can’t help thinking he must have got some ...