Ft'S Tamarindo Cabinas
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Hunger was setting in, so we went & got dressed for lunch. I didn't even take the time to dry my hair, I was so hungry. Today's lunch selection was the best....had a hearts of palm salad, fresh sea bass & marinated beef with fresh pico de gallo. I may have used utensils, I don't really remember! All at once, the locals cheered, their team had won the soccer game!
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... it to me gently that despite being a surfer, my wife would be better at it due to my lanky frame... I was outraged and protested even as I continually fell off to the laughter of said wife.
After four days of soaking up the sun and knocking back the local ale whilst watching amazing sunsets, we decided to head north along the peninsula to Tamarindo, a mere 150km journey that took over 5 hours due to the road conditions.
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... was firstly told I was going to have to demonstrate all 24 open water/skin diving skills in the pool on Monday. Say whatttt? I wouldn't mind too much but as I've been doing my dive master reading I have discovered that I have apparently not been taught at least 6 of the skills that are mandatory for open water. So they didn't teach me free flow regulator breathing, equipment removal underwater and so on in my open water in Thailand. Also no navigation, could have used that one! ...
... off so well actually exhaling out of my nose when I first took it off but really struggled putting it back on this time, it took me so long to clear it and I have worked out this is for a few reasons. 1. Laura has pointed out to me that my mask design you cannot clear all the time normally, you actually have to put your head all the way back rather than just looking up. 2. Because I have to hold my nose when I'm underwater normally not being able to do this and having ...
... these funky surfer types. Guys with oversized hats with glistening golden stickers on the peaks. Height of fashion singlets and boardies. I felt like a total poofer with my half length speedo shorts because there’s a definite surfer culture, both foreign and local. There’s your older vacationing types as well. The rent-a-beachchair-and-haggle-for-a-coco nut types. We’re more the scabby backpacker type; laying out filthy sarongs over hot sand, squeezing the ...