Club del Sol
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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... done anything here - just not much in terms of the local culture. The day we returned from our weekend with the Chans, we had a great experience with our Spanish teacher, Augusto. We ran into him as we were walking past the school and he invited us to come with him and his family at night to do a hike that takes us to a lookout to see the sunset. We were so grateful for the invitation because we had tried to do this hike a couple weeks prior, ...
... that the mother laid the eggs. Also if you don't get the right depth you may end up with all males or all females as the sex of the hatchling is dependent on the temperature of the egg. At the hatchery we also checked to see if there were any hatchling and there were in one of the nests. So we measured and weighed the hatchlings and then released them into the sea. Got back to camp around 1:00am tired, but ...
... once.... I had a shower before I left but when I arrived at the airport I felt like I was filled with dust and gas from the cars. I had to wait for almost 2 hours at the check in because the people from Thai airways didn't know where Costa Rica was, so they couldn't send my luggage there. And they were really confused with what to do. But eventually I arrived in Bangkok and had only 50 hours to go. On the flight to Brazil I ...
... turquoise shirt. I wanted some of the jewelry she was selling but they were a little expensive and decided not to.
Photography was about street photography today. We went Orotina, which was a little Costa Rican town. We went to the market and Carlos was teaching me about the importance of using the appropriate iso (100-200 for outdoor shots, while at least 1600 for indoor shots). It was really fun shooting people, especially the two ...
Today was a sunny beach day. Rented beach loungers and umbrella. Mid-day heat seems to hit in late morning. By 2:30 on the beach, it feels more like 4:30 on Pensacola Beach during the summer. The sun is lower in the sky and the breezes pick up. Makes sense since the sun sets at 5:30 here year-round. Being close to the equator (just 8 degrees off), there is little temperature change and daylight variation throughout the year. There is a rainy ...