Cabinas Coco Azul
Travel Blogs from Playas del Coco
... so hopefully it'll work out. Jade and I then watched the dive master video, which didn't really have much more information in it than what I had already read in the dive master book but never mind. That is literally all that happened today. Sorry pretty boring! Day 65 I had another day in the shop today, nothing exciting happened. The end. Day 66 Today I ended up in the office all day on my own as everyone else was upstairs doing the IDC. Unfortunately this meant ...
... covers the hole on the wrong side and the wind promptly threw it in the ocean. I screamed out and basically threw myself overboard after it, sunglasses on and all. Luckily it floated but it was starting to sink as the water leaked into it. So I was trying to swim it back with my booties on but they were falling off, with a sinking wooden board whilst shouting, "the ladder, the ladder!" whilst Barbara and Jaime basically were wetting themselves laughing at me. Thanks ...
... of fish in natural navigation because they move. Yeah really helpful that. I really didn't sleep well the first night. My bed is really creaky and I kept thinking I was going to miss my alarm. I ended up getting not much sleep and getting up at 6am, half an hour earlier than I needed to. I was rewarded by getting the **** bitten out of me by ants when I kindly let the bartender (of pure vibes, the good part of the hostel) dog out. Lovely wake up call. To be fair it ...
... is pulling a fast one on the US Americans and saving the good stuff for people who won't put up with what they are feeding us. On a related note but not part of this meal: the same is true of butter and sour cream. So lucky day 3: the happy sounds of child joy from not only McDonalds for lunch, but the BEST McDonalds they ever had.
The drive to Blue River after lunch calls to mind a thing that Gretta (Peace Corps) says: the crazier ...
... that we haven't had in a while. Our first day at the grocery store, our two boys were like two kids in a candy store. After the very simple choices of Nicaraguan grocery stores, this Auto Mercado, which is cleaner, more organized and has more selection than any one I've seen in Canada was quite something to! I felt overwhelmed our first trip, having to stop every few steps to let everything sink in. Oh my goodness, fresh ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting