Blue Surf Sanctuary
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... here are beautiful. I call them Harley Davidson because they have orange bodies with black stripes and a black and white tail. So cool!
Breakfast was a beautiful omelet with fresh spinach, tomatoes and cheese. Following breakfast I began my busy day by talking a long walk on the beach. The tide was out so there were breathtaking rock formations that stretched out into the surf. Little crabs ran throughout the sand tumbling over shells ...
Our last day in Costa Rica.....so sad. Well, we slept in for a change since we didn't have a tour or anything. In fact, it was very nice having no where to be early in the morning. We had a leisurely breakfast at our restaurant with a view, and knowing it's our last day I couldn't take my eyes off that view. Soaking it all in while I can! Back at the room we were taking our time, hanging out on the balcony ...
... of a base for touring surrounding areas rather than having much to offer itself and so we booked a tour with Manfred for the following day. It turned out to be just him, me and Ryan driving around for the day which was cool as we could move about at our own pace and also get to chat a lot with Manfred. He first took us to the river tarcoles about two hours from San Jose where we were able to see huge crocodiles lounging around in the sun ...
We left Ometepe Island on the 6am ferry to the mainland, were we had breakfast while waiting for our bus to cross the border into Costa Rica and down to San Jose.
It wasn't far to the border, just long enough to fill in all the paperwork needed to exit one country and enter another. However it then took nearly an hour to get stamped out of Nicaragua.
We drove across the ...