Cabinas Coco Azul
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The original post for this entry disappeaed. so i have to retype, which is difficult to do as i forgot few of the things. i wanted to mention about my tour around playa coco. originally i wanted to just relax on the beach, but ended up going on the boat around beautiful island, it is very relaxing, there were only 6 of us (the boat can host up to 180 people). we stopped by for snorkling and sunset. great beautiful islands full of monkeys, that came to look for food, i have never seen ...
... the turtles of course). Playing games with the kids at sunset on a Costa Rican beach. Life couldn't be any better. At around 17:30 some of the kids had to go and as we were all covered in sand from rugby tackling everyone we all ran into the sea which was pretty cool - literally :) I am also trying to use my Spanish a lot more because although I have only ever used it in a classroom setting, I am starting it realise ...
... up so much ,we had reefed sails up we had to take down. With one staysail, we motored sail the Papagayo windsthat reached 50knots to our destination of Playas del Cocos. A windy but flat sea anchorage where we were hale don the radio as we arrived by cruisers we'd met in Chiapas,they were all here and our arrival was greeted heartily. No one but us knew how difficult our journey had been. I made a massive breakfast and we gave Sharif a cake for his birthday. Unforgettable.
Today started with another example of “Tico time” aka “we will pick you up at 7:30am”really means “we will leave at some point before noon so enjoy your coffee.” Once things finally did get rolling we took an outstandingly beautiful drive toward the Miravalles Volcano. Our first stop was Siempre Verde, and agroegological model farm that is also doing agrotourism. Basically it is a tropical ...
... far it has hit us how happy we are to be here and today it came while sitting in the middle of the ocean eating fresh pineapple and singing along to Bob Marley. Pura vida as the Costa Ricans would say. They use it for everything... hey, how are you, awesome! After the second dive we headed off for a quick lunch before getting the bus to our next stop Tamarindo, another popular beach resort. We found a hostel and then headed out for some sushi for dinner and Ron con Pina ...