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We arrived in Santa Teresa, quite a small town, fairly spread out along a long dirt road. The Wavetrotter hostel was fairly new, and nice to be somewhere modern. A few Italian guys own it and live there and greeted us very warmly on arrival, making us feel very welcome.
The beach track was close to the hostel which lead you onto a really nice …
There are times when you want something and the Universe delivers it to you on a platter. Some call it a stroke of luck or a coincidence; I prefer the word 'synchronicity'. And for some reason it happens all the time in this little town of Santa Teresa, in Costa Rica. It all started the day we set foot here…
The Hotel. Arriving in Santa Teresa, it doesn’t take us long to find our hotel but we can’t check in because the manager is ...
Lazy days. Not much happened yesterday of any great significance.
Terry, Michelle, Hailey and Remee took a surf lesson in the morning and Tricia rented a board and continued to work on her own.
Christopher was commissioned to look after Lauren and I supervised while spending a little time on the phone before heading out for my walk. It was hot! The waves have not been great for surfing the last couple of ...
... surfing the old man was a little slow to get started so my first shot at exercise was to walk across the road to the bakery and have an extra latte. This bakery sells slices of cheese pizza so along about 1230 it was no surprise that Remee and Tricia found me over there. Nice bread and nice people but not much of a place to practice Spanish, as an Italian lady who speaks French runs it.
We picked up a baguette and had a ...
... it was
when we looked back toward the shore and all we could see was the
protected national forest with the dark rain clouds moving in over the
clear light blue water. The water was glowing with a turquoise hew next
to the forest green and the gray sky. At one point, we were watching
mother and baby whales emerge for air with the described backdrop. I
tried to get photos, but no picture can do this experience justice.