Hotel Domus Kahuna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... volunteers coming at the end of the month and my job will to be their guide and coordinator- taking them to their family's, showing them around and taking them to their volunteer projects. I'm also going to be screening host families and interviewing future interns. It's exciting and I already know that I won't want to leave.
So far so good!
... to was Playa Langosta it was about 30 minutes away, around the coast from our hostel. There wasn't much happening there and was pretty quiet so we just relaxed for an hour or so before heading back along the beach to the other bay where Tamarindo beach was. This was a lot busier packed full of surfers of all ages taking lessons as Tamarindo was the neighbourhood of all the best surf schools. We contemplated on taking a surfing lesson but it looked so ...
... to have a look at the waves. I was pleasantly reassured by what i saw; tiny waves that looked like they couldn't batter a chiuahua, and people looking like they were standing up with ease. Nice and gentle all round. This instilled me with confidence to have a crack. A tout, whilst annoying us, told us that the best time would be in the afternoon. So we went back to our cabins to have some lunch and then ...
... trying to have Joe enjoy his vacation too. So, off we went to drive up to Rincon de la Veija National Park, only to have to turn around one kilometer from the park headquarters because of the terrible road conditions. We drove a Toyota Corolla car on rocky, potholed dirt roads for 38 km and we should have rented a 4X4 instead. What a major disappointment to have to spend a total of five hours driving, only to turn around one km from our ...
... to Granada for another weeks worth of Spanish School. Luckily we had convinced her to meet back up with us in Panama so it was "Hasta Luego" rather than "Adios". Having said our goodbyes, Cori, Tasha and I caught a bus bound for San Carlos (Our first of two today) where we could make the boat crossing into Costa Rica. Definitely one of my more interesting border crossings we were ...