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... Springs Pool we can find. It was a fun adventure as we groped our way into the dark, walked and climbed up trying to find the right pool.. The higher you climb, the hotter the pool is.. also getting smaller and cozier. We settled mid-ground.. and relaxed with our friends.
The Next day we have an early wake up call again as we need to get to the Arenal Volcano to hike, 1st thing to avoid the crowd and line up. Then do the ziplining after...
Later we learned from Leo our guide that 21% of the population is poor. We also learned that the landscape before us was not typical of Costa Rica. Puntarenas is the driest part of the country, however there other areas are more lush. For example, there’s a mountainous area that is Volcanic in nature and is part of the Continental Divide (which we saw in Yellowstone National Park in 2012), while other parts of Costa Rica on ...
... was in quite a bit of pain this time. I decided to end my surf lesson a little early because of my thumb.
I was disappointed with my thumb getting hurt - therefore causing me to end my surf lesson a bit early. The way I was going though, I did not want to break my thumb. I thought it best to end before that happened.
Will I try surfing again? I'm not sure.. Knowing me though, I will probably do it again.. after my left thumb heals. I'd like to rent a ...
... by having dinner this evening in the Windjammer instead of the Main Dining Room because I wanted to see the cruise ship lift anchor!
We left Puntarenas port at 7:00pm this evening under dark skies, warm breeze and views of a crescent moon shining way above our heads! Life couldn’t get any better! I still felt wonderful with no motion sickness!
Tropical Central America. Todays destination, Puntarenas, Costa Rica. We had a tour booked for the afternoon, but the morning was ours to explore the coast solo. We enjoyed a quick breakfast, applied a layer of mosquito repellent and sunscreen and headed ashore around 9am. Theres no cruise terminal or port here, just a pier, and just our single ship visiting for the day. Leaving the pier, and bypassing dozens of locals looking to cash in ...