Flamingo Beach Resort & Spa
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Tuesday, our first day with Rob, we rode through Tamarindo and down the unpaved road to Playa Langosta to the south. Along the way, we stopped at the business owned by Rob’s wife. She sells all manner of beach supplies and arranges adventure tours and fishing trips for visitors. She and Rob have a five year old son who started school the day we arrived.
Langosta is hardly a separate town. It is more of a ...
... took it with my cell phone since he was closer. I am including 2 photos from the internet to show what we saw but could not photograph.
We also saw two turtles, one was quite large, weighing perhaps 200 lbs., making wide swaths in the sand, going back into the ocean. They had either laid their eggs or decided this was not the time or place, according to our Tici guide. And then as we were heading back up the beach to the van ...
... Rica and for my loss of debit card. He showed me a much safer way to walk to the beach and I took advantage of this as I did a short run, finally! Too bad it was at 10:00am and the humidity already set in.
On my way back to the residence…wait before I tell you this let me preface this for you. My second day studying in France, someone stopped me and asked me which bus to take. After a few months, a couple stopped me and asked me ...
... My initial reaction was to panic. Then my second reaction was to turn the panic button off. I have plenty of cash to last me, and the school accepts checks so I can pay for activities through my school. While this situation is not ideal, I was able to pull it together and realize that: a.) my card was safe, locked in the bank b.) I had enough money for the time being c.) and finally, that I am probably not the first person this has happened to. Pura ...
... turtles at night, you say yes!" We got to the first turtle, but Mama Turtle #1 did not like the grounds and we watched her return to the Pacific. We then went on to the next turtle that a guide found. Mama Turtle #2 dug the grounds. Literally, they dig a hole for themselves and then a deep hole for the eggs. We saw Mama Turtle #2 laying eggs in her natal habitat and it was nothing short of National Geographic amazing. The first time they lay eggs, they lay up to 100!