Hotel Whales And Dolphins
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the adults and so we saw it several times. The adults were approximately twice the length of our boat at around 14m long. It was wonderful!
We then had a swim from the boat to cool off, in probably the deepest swimming 'pool' the boys had ever swum in, before heading back to shore. What a great way to spend a morning!
The following day we back-tracked 15km south for one night in Ojochal to visit Tortuga ...
... s spirits where high and the festival was beautiful.
But I was tired at the festival...I had been going going going in San Marcos in my last weeks and I also felt very ungrounded in my last weeks...leaving me spinning a bit in Costa Rica. I craved some stability and I was internally struggling with the fact that the festival is not a time to search for that, lol.
I found myself being more drawn to the sacred fire and taking ...
... 30 meters long. The artists stepped up and painted until their masterpiece was complete or until the wall was full. When the wall filled up completely, they switched out the canvas for a new one. I stayed up for two canvases and painted a broccoli head with a face, a koala (story to follow) and two birds.
As I was painting I met a man ...
... a couple restaurants there and none of them were on the water, bummer! Oh well we ate our nachos and headed down to the beach entrance where, yes, we had to pay to get in. After a few minutes of haggling, we convinced the guy to let us at least see this beach that was taunting us all afternoon for free. As we walked down the sand, we were sold, so pretty, palm trees, a rock island and a tiny creek that flowed through the sand. ...
... Uvita beach you can go see the whales for 55USD but we preffered to hit the road and continue to Jaco Hermosa, which is the place to be for surfers. We had a nice lunch and headed to the national park Manuel Antonio. The beaches between Jaco and Puntarenas are better to be avoided- we were surprised but you do find some unswimmable beaches in Costa ...