Tulemar Bungalows & Villas
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... are fully booked. We went to a restaurant for dinner in the nearby marina with a nice view of yachts and great food. On the way home we stopped so someone could run into a super market and I snapped a picture through the window of a place that had a "plate of the day" for 2500 colona....about $5. Guess OAT could have saved money if we had eaten there!
So pretty good for a travel day and we get to swim in the Pacific tomorrow with 80+ degree water. Should be fun!
Last night I had the wildest dreams. Could have been because we went to bed hearing strange animal noises out our window. Lets just say it involved a monkey and a gun. Anyways, we woke up early this morning and went to the local convenient/grocery store. We bought mangos, papaya and lots of snacks. And lots of beer! I got four feather and bacardi with fruit juice for cocktails :) We then went back to the bungalow and packed up to ...
... never, ever, ever say, “muy rapido por favor” to a Costa Rican cabby. He shaved a ½ hour off a 1 ½ hour trip on the way to the airport. I learned to pray.
Thank you, thank you, thank you for another amazing trip. It was the perfect combo between educational and fun. I really feel like I’ve been able to see the whole of what Costa Rica is all about and no two better people to do it with!
Hope you're sweating your azzes off!
... t judge!) to drink & chill. Chilling in the common area, we continued to meet more awesome, worldly travelers. There were a lot of solo travelers, like myself and it was nice that they were sharing the same experience as me. We met a guy from Wisconsin who apparently was staying in San Pedro with his host family, which is coincidently so close to me in Vargas Araya. We also met a guy from Holland whose name I can't pronounce, but he has ...
... receiving nitrogen narcosis (essentially being **** drunk underwater). As we descended, the red on our instructors wetsuit was first to disappear, then the blue on ours. Pretty soon afterwards a flashlight was required to see our gauges only a foots length from our eyes. A children's toy puzzle was brought down to see how quickly we could finish it compared to on land and the time difference was huge. As we burst the surface of the water we compared our air left, having ...