Horizon Villas Tamarindo
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... the Canucks game. We eventually decided to visit a tour office and made an executive decision to book a full day tour for tomorrow (details to come). The night ended with a trip to the casino where I quadrupled my money on a random Hawaiian slot machine. With earnings in hand, we ordered take out pizza and returned to our not so luxury pad to watch the Canucks game on the tablet. Tamarindo today showed us much indecisiveness and I'm not quite sure how to end this entry! Good ...
... at the boarder). My border crossing policy, ignore everyone who tries to tell you what to do, until the first officially dressed & IDed person tells you. Here it didn’t work out; as it turned out that the dodgy looking booths selling ‘departure tax’ were necessary to leave the country, so I ended up backtracking 600m or so in the intense midday heat. After passing through CR immigration, we (about 6 gringos now, safety in ...
... shore where we met a couple other paddle boarders who then warned us of the crocodiles in the mouth of the river we were approaching. WHHAAATTT! So the way we could control where we wanted to go was kneeling or sitting on the boards. A day out on the water in the beautiful sun was awesome, no matter which way we used the boards.After a night of hanging out with a local Costa Rican and another Candian, we were ready for surf lessons. Many people come to Tamarindo just to ...
... I know it sounds strange
but I don’t really like being waited on all the time which I am at Norma’s. I
like to cook and make my own plate, with a portion I am prepared to eat. I
fried up the egg and cheese. The cheese was a common type I have eaten a lot
here, it is firm and does not melt much, the best way I can think to describe it
is as “squeaky cheese” because it squeaks on your teeth… it is and it ...
... was finished I helped him care for a downed
calf. Ernesto said his neighbor had not wanted to pay for treatment and just
gave the young bull to him. The joints of one of his forelegs were swollen and
he had not stood willingly for almost a week. He was still eating well and
holding his head up so Ernesto thought he had a good chance. We hauled the calf
up and Ernesto left me to keep him standing (which involved holding on to his