Witch's Rock Surf Camp
Travel Blogs from Tamarindo
... coaxed him a bit hoping he would stand but I gave in to his big doe eyes
and let him have the feed.
this Ernesto said it was time to rest and clean up and he would come down to
have dinner in my cabin later. I took a cold shower…but it was needed after
wrangling ducklings and wrestling a calf. I was going to write but when I
turned the TV on I found NCIS, in English, and all productivity went out the
window. Once the ...
... for a hike to the 5 waterfalls and then to a couple of exhibits with dinner reservations at 6 and the nocturnal frog show at 7:30. The sun is out but the top of the volcano is still in the clouds. We had lunch in the "big trout" bar, here you have the option of catching your lunch or dinner from the stocked trout pond. While it may be fun for kids it seems a lot like shooting fish in a barrel.
We started before noon with some light lunch ...
... on my back and front pose nothing but a mere inconvenience. I'm free. The wind is at my back, the glasses are on my face, and the big man upstairs has me in the palm of his hand.
It all comes crashing down at the Costa Rican border in what turns out to be a total nightmare crossing. Myself and Zoe, my travel partner in crime, dally for ages in queues for other queues. Hours go by with the merciless sun beating down, shuffling forward ...
Today we had the morning to spend in Tamarindo and it was the hottest day since we arrived. We bought the last of our souvenirs and got one last fresh fruit drink and then headed back to Harry's. Our shuttle arrived at 1:30pm and we began the 4 hour drive to La Fortuna. As we got loser you could actually see the landscape getting greener. Trust me it was still hot but the trees got larger and there was less dust in the air.
We stopped once ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet