Ecoplaya Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... sliding up and down the sea, digging holes and pounding their eggs. Tourists get the instruction only to carry red light lamps as white may disturb the animals. But the guides bringing in truckloads of tourists shine their flashlights right up the anymals backside, so everyone of the group of ten fifteen people can get a glimpse. Saying oh and ah with every egg that comes out. They all take pictures from behind the animal, with the sea in the ...
... or elbows. Despite many bus journeys, we could probably agree that the bus was one of the most uncomfortable, with the hard plastic seats and little leg room doing all they could to undo the day of relaxation we had just had. We finally arrived at the Costa Rica border town of Peñas Blancas at about 12:45pm, but only after passing hundreds of stationary lorries (semi-trucks) queuing for customs checks. Now, to the fun part, negotiating through what we would come to call ...
... a lot of people from the US would visit due to the waitress speaking English and the souvenir prices in USD. Regardless of this, it was a great place.
We continued around the lake until we reached a town called Las Caņas. The whole trip around the lake and lunch took about 3 hours but it was pretty. We even saw some super closeups of windmills. Quite the adventure and so much nature and diversity to see all in one place!
... a short safety demonstration from the crew and we were off and running. Christine and I changed into our bathing suites and headed to the front of the boat to lay in the nets. I lasted about 5 minutes on the nets before passing out for a nap, very relaxing. The outside temperature today was 100 degrees but it gets masked by the breeze from sailing. The crew pointed out a rock formation at the end of the bay that locals call Monkey Head Rock because it looks exactly like ...
... the mooring I was still proud of us all for getting back there. I had to keep getting us all to ascend a little bit though because we only had about 8 minutes of time left before we would have hit our no deco time (not good). So after we'd washed all of the gear when we got back I went on a mission to get my bike back that was still locked to the shop! Thankfully Dan who owns Coconutz had some bolt cutters so I finally managed to get my bike back! Yay no more ...