Ft'S Tamarindo Cabinas
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... and I took a nap on the boat ride back. We gave back our gear, and ate at a nearby restaurant called Coco Loco. I got a smoothie. I loved this day! Yeah!
As we stopped at a building, I felt so relived to get out of the hot and sticky car. We had arrived at the place where we would go horseback riding and zip lining. We decided to horseback fist, while it was cool. The boys were going to mountain bike and the girls were going to horseback ride. We started on our ...
... 25. Clean and tidy and friendly.
Cape town break - Playa Langosta – facing the beach, take the main road to the left and keep walking till you come to a fork in the road, take the road to the left. Keep walking till you pass 3 condominiums and you’ll shortly see a dirt path on your right that leads to the beach. When you reach the beach turn left and walk along the beach till you hit the river, cross it and walk about 400 metres. You will see ...
... to do for the rest of the evening and eventually went over to Mary's/Father Rooster. I was very happy as I've been wanting to go back there for ages, they have the BEST fries. After we went back to Mary's and all watched The Grudge together, finally having our scary movie night about two weeks later! Mary's husband nicely drove us home and I spent the rest of the evening packing as I'm leaving tomorrow! It's been a very nice, chilled last night. Thanks ...
... window shades closed all the time. I miss the views we got at some of the places we stayed in like the Big Island Hawaii or even last year on the Baja. It is taking a few days to get acclimatized to the slow way of life here and the hot weather. It is sunny and 100˚F every day. I don't think I have been this hot since Borneo, Malaysia many years ago. I'll keep working on trying to enjoy myself and I am hoping ...
... diesel at prices quite a bit
higher than its neighbours, a normal beer in a bar or hotel at R30 and more.
The supermarkets all seem to stock a big range of high quality foodstuffs,
fruit and veg, booze by the shelf full and a dazzling array of domestic
hardware. Much of it is imported which is hardly surprising. Everyone seems to
be driving a nice car, usually spotlessly clean and in good shape, often a
current model 4x4 double cab pickup or station ...