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 ...
... us toward the beach, and were suprised to find a little pocket of bohemian paradise. Along the dirt road running parallel to the beach, there were dreadlocked hippies selling their beautiful jewelry, napping in hammocks and shooting the breeze.
I asked on girl where some hostels were, and she recommended one that had "cool vibes". We followed her directions, and laughed when we found the place was, in fact, named "Cool ...
... two and took a raft. Out of the group we started with, we were the only two that were staying over night at the lodge, and the rest were carrying on the full length of the river that day. The trip began with us just trying to get the hang of rafting, some of us had better technique than others, which lead to some frustrating moments but we got to the lodge safely. Of our group we were the only ones staying so we got out as the ...
... not far from the crater. The view was absolutely breathtaking! This lagoon was also a crater, which has over the years filled with water and transformed over many years. We snapped some photos and took a few minutes to soak up all the natural beauty around us. We took the hike, which was much less strenuous on the way down, back to the visitors center to meet up with the rest of the group. Then, we started our journey back down the mountain, when all of ...
... 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.