Bahia Pez Vela Resort
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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... burnt though as I fell asleep on the lilo with my knee up...it is now purple with like a white scar like line, feels like I burnt it to the bone :O! The sun is the most extreme iv felt on any holiday so we bought strong lotion today The pool is pretty interesting...occasionally an iguana will just stroll past u! So weird! I don't like the big daddy ones, they are ...
... him and went to rescue him. We gave them some more money towards their net (but couldn't admit it was us).We put the oil in the gearbox, upped anchor and left. That night the wind got stronger and so did the current we were almost at a standstill.I was frustrating and worrying,was the gearbox okay,was it the current,we had to keep heading inshore as the wind and current are infamous for blowing people offshore. It took us nearly three days to get here in Coasta Rica. Then the ...
... so we headed there for some food and some beers.
Day 7: 23 October 2013
One week done!!! 19 to go!
The dive school said I could tag along on the boat so we headed there bright and early. There were 2 others diving along with some instructors doing some training. Quite content with reading my book and chatting to Jose the captain about things to do in Costa Rica the first dive went quickly and we headed to the second spot. At one point each ...
... I'd forgotten how nice it was to sleep to the rain and with a tin roof it's even nicer. Yay for rain! Day 86: I really waste potential hangover days off because I'm rarely hungover on my days off, like today. But today was at least productive. I got up and Tabby and I went for a much needed pedicure. After all of the salt water, heat and dust my feet definitely need a treat. After the pedicure Tabby and I ran a couple of errands in the boiling heat. Usually it's hot here but ...
... then I was going to have to go all the way to Sardinale (9km away) on the bus as Esteban was doing a snorkelling tour. I felt way to ill to get a bus but there was no way I was going through another boiling hot, no sleep night. Therefore a $16 taxi was our only option. I really didn't want to be out but the sweet coolness of air conditioning was calling me. I rocked up at the electricity place with no idea what to do or who to speak with so I just guessed that I had to get in ...