Blue Surf Sanctuary
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and tourists), however the town was still relatively small and nice with seemingly independent smoothie bars and restaurants offering all types of cuisine. It felt great to be staying right across the road from a surf beach so we wasted no time in hiring a fun 6'6" fat railed board. Tamarindo has a huge long beach with hundreds of beginners who have no idea where there boards are going, so we hopped on a boat and went across the river to Playa Grande where we were almost the ...
... shuttle van right to Las Cascadas, in Quepos, the base of operations for the next week. Gary, the owner and long-time friend came out to meet the van. "What are YOU doing here?" That was not exactly the greeting I was expecting. Then Catalina, his wife greeted me with a hug and kiss. The slow life here sometimes causes one to forget what day it is. Unit #6 was not yet available, so the Treehouse would be my place. While it is a nice little condo, it is a ...
... the place we just visited. Anyway, we decided to take a different route back to Alajuela remembering the traffic we encounted on our way. Thank You GPS as we were able to follow another road, longer, secluded, back road but....low and behold...when we did enter civilization.....the traffic was even worse! I think I was losing my wits now because i was becoming very irritated with the Drivers, the Traffic, feeling Hungry and then I was informed by the radio, Obama would ...
... little hotel that is on my favourite pocket-beach. I have been absolutely adoring yoga. For the first month or so each class was taught by Stephano, a hilarious Italian yogi who has been living here for 23 years, and is just a priceless character (and great yoga teacher). He has gone to study in India for a month, so a lovely woman, Jill, is covering for him. She is amazing as well, and is from Nova Scotia/Victoria, which is cool.
... to hop out of the plane, the fuel truck would pull up and give me fuel, and I’d be on my way.
Nothing like this happened. What followed was probably the MOST stressful of the trip so far. It was hot and windy on the ground. After I got out of the plane, at first nothing happened. Then a police on a 3 wheel motorcycle showed up, spoke no English and a guttural kind of Spanish I found very hard to ...