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Travel Blogs from Tamarindo
I have been envisioning myself on a surfboard for many years now. However, my envisioning always included two hands! My scaphoid fracture has hindered me a little bit, but it has not stopped me! I've been getting up once every three times in tamarindo. The beach is calm and definitely has beginners written all over it.
We fell in love …
... the store and purchased 2 x 1 litre bottles all for $15 - something that just couldn’t be passed up and served us well for the next couple of weeks!
Arriving at the border a little later on we were greeted by a few “immigration officers” who came to help us with our paper work. They assisted us by filling out the paperwork which we thought was courteous, which honestly was, but low and behold it came at a price… just another money making scheme that ...
... erupted with hungry fish. We crossed the
stream and went to a raised goat pen adjacent to a large pasture. Of the eight
or so goats there three where currently being milked, we captured each one by
one and milked them dry. I was slow and only milked one and let Oscar, who was
much quicker, get the other two.
these morning chores I met back with Ernesto by the calf. The calf was doing
better but he was out of medications ...
... I wrote for a short time before Ernesto came down
with dinner, he said his wife was exhausted and would have to join us for
breakfast instead. We had a nice meal of chicken with potatoes, peas, and
salad…no rice…no beans! It was good, and it had all been grown on the farm. We
talked of CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture) organic systems, family, and
food preservation. I told Ernesto of my idea to have a workshop to show ...
... there was a common room with a huge plasma on the wall and a big kitchen with lots of equipment and things to use. The first group of people we met were really nice and told us a little about what Costa Rica was all about and Tamarindo it's self. We knew it was more expensive than other countries in Central America but wasnt aware of how much more. With this is mind we went to the supermarket to buy food so we could cook, for the first time since starting our trip. ...