Bella Vista Lodge
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Today, we visited a small development of houses being built into the side of a mountain with a view of the Pacific. While the views were impressive, the steep roads that had to be traversed to reach the houses discouraged most of us. We saw one lot that had two side-by-side houses available for sale at $399,000. From the comments on the bus, no one was impressed.
Our drive from Dominical to Matapalo was interrupted by ...
... sold local freeze pops in a sandwich bag. I forget what they're called but they were amazing and they were only 60 cents. We decided to relax the rest of the evening because the storm ended up rollin in and it rained the rest of the evening. We ordered pizza and played cards with Esteban and Brian the rest of the night. After we were tired of playing cards we decided it was a good time to go to sleep and rest before we made the trip to Mal Pais the next ...
... are just a massage"!! Wonderful cerviche again and then, having learned from last time - shared a really good chicken bruschetta so we wouldn't be sooo full.
Shared the van going back with a young couple, to save our driver having to repeat the trip, with this road and the rain and all. Curious always on who will and who does not want to engage in conversation - always fun to see what triggers comment.
All packed and ready for a new ...
... seeing the others in the group farther out, gained motivation to finish it off. I think the photo of all 3 of us out on the boards was when we first passed the breaks, and, as you can see, we were pretty exhausted before ever catching a wave. But, we all unanimously agree that the slave labouring is well worth it as soon as you catch that first wave. Unfortunately, I don't think any of us caught the first wave we tried, so more labour was ...
... try to imagine that, except made by Mother Nature. It’s like looking at a living dinosaur.
The hike to the first zip line platform is really not very far, but the hike takes a while due to all the stops we make. The youngsters are so inquisitive. This is such a great group. We are lucky to have them. After some brief instruction on proper technique, we are off and running on the first of eight lines. The longest being about 90 km. These lines are ...