Blue Surf Sanctuary
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- 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 ...
... around, enjoying the beauty of nature.
It is true: This park has one of the most impressive landscapes in the world. It is a beautiful combination of white sand beaches, great mountains and forests. There are amazing ocean views.
The Quepos/Manuel Antonio region is a small corner of Costa Rica. It is the ...
... some late lunch at Marlin’s – restaurant right in front of the beach. I had chicken steak with mushroom sauce and hand cut chips – amazing! We then go for a walk on a beach, take some photos on a rock, go swimming, perform the evolution (!!) and watch the beautiful sunset. We agreed to meet our guide and the rest of the group at Ronny’s. Who the hell is Ronny?
Not sure who gave us ...
... gave us another adventure – picking up 3 others took us deeper into San Jose and also a chance to really test some Spanish as I tried to understand what was going on with the young German couple sitting behind us. She was in tears! I guessed from some words that her luggage had been lost and eventually, when the driver explained in Spanish why we were stopping at a Super Mercado, yes, ...
... grabbing two pieces of pizza from a nearby by-the-slice joint. Ate in the hotel room as Mom returned and then we got ready for the day’s festivities.
Justin and Silvia picked us up about 1:15 p.m. and we drove to the University of Costa Rica campus, the country’s largest university. Silvia completed her six-year medical program there. Medical training works a little differently in Costa Rica than in the United States. Instead of attending a ...