Travel Blogs from Uvita
... in a treehouse- and we actually had to sleep in mosquito nets! Saturday we spent the morning learning how to surf!! And yes, I did stand up! Later on we went to Bahia ballena to see the whales tail and swim a little more. The water was absolutely beautiful! For dinner we went out and had authentic Spanish paella...first Paella and first surfing experience all in one day! And finally, what I would consider ...
... growth above roads that are rarely paved and poorly lit, subject to frequent landslides and complete with ropes crossing the road connecting the trees so that monkeys cross safely without going into the street.
An English group was formed here just a few weeks ago and there are about 20 publishers. Ricardo had arranged for Alex and I to stay with a couple who have been living here for several years from Calgary, Alberta. Mike+Connie built a house that is ...
... t do it" A glue gun to me is like duck tape... you CAN do anything with it. I am going to make a wreath or something super creative like that.. (HA-HA)
Beginning this entry, I was pondering some of the differences, contrasts in countries, people, and cultures.
The other day I was going to deposit my rent check in my homeowner's account at the local bank. My yoga instructor dropped me off after class and said she would run into the ...
... it’s called a reef break. Reef breaks produce plunging waves which, while they are highly favored by experienced surfers, are difficult for beginners.
Plunging waves rise quickly and become steeper, almost vertical at the crest, before plunging suddenly into the trough, creating a barrel or tube as they break along their line. To catch a ride inside that tube is the ultimate ...
... or Timon? Where do those sparkly dots come from? Let me tell you a story. It takes place at a festival on the beach in Costa Rica.
The festival was called Envision and it wasn't just another festival. It was the beginning of something amazing. It was something amazing all by itself. It was a weekend of friends, art, dancing, and laughter. It was a celebration of everything that is right in the world. For me it was a great finale to the first part of ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool