Ft'S Tamarindo Cabinas
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... spectacular. Down to the Pacific ocen Then we went downtown for groceries as the condo has kitchen. The down like most Spanish third world tourist areas After returning and having lunch we then went to our private beach club. Its a dark volcanic sand like some in Hawaii. A bout a half mile from condo. Could walk but back is all up hill. We plan to have dinner here watching thei ...
... We spent 1.5 hours travelling up a river which runs from the beach up the middle of a national park. Our guide had eagle eyes at spotting birds and and even spotted an iguana in a tree 30 meters away. After this we were taken to an island inhabited by a family of 63 howler monkeys (and only one male!) we were able to get some great photos of the monkeys who were eating in the tree right above us! We then decided to book ...
... but I was still cold! Jade, who was only wearing one, couldn't believe I was still cold. I get cold easily! I had managed to forget my booties that you really have to wear with my open heeled fins. Usually it will just rub your ankle but they're still a tiny bit too big which meant they kept trying to escape off my foot and I was constantly having to pull them back on. Because I was trying to keep them on so much I also kept getting cramp in my legs so ...
... DOESN’T pick up excess heat from
the engine compartment when the system is set to cold? Or maybe LR do it on
After our soaking on the beach but otherwise a nice peaceful
interlude we headed up the coast to Quepos. Neighbouring and very commercial Manuel
Antonio got a look see but it was all too touristy looking we thought and we
guessed expensive. There was every conceivable activity on offer, pushy guides
exhorting us to ...
... shop .. along the way. I chose an extraordinary apricot strudel (in honor of my new friends). At the dive shop we run through the usual fittings, credential and experience check and we’re soon boarding the beautiful dive boat, a 20 something footer, with the head on the second deck and a huge amount of space on deck for divers. We motor out in the early morning sun into the Pacific and toward the rocky outcrops of the Isla Catalina’s in the distance. We get a ...