One thing I didn't really realize until I came home, was that we were never bothered with salespeople, that is quite rare when you travel abroad. The Costa Ricans seemed to be very friendly and relaxed people. It was my ability to speak and understand Spanish that limited my interaction with the
Another long travelling day this time with three different flights. In short: sushi and banana muffin with espresso at Newark airport. In Frankfurt a local snack called "Bretzel" (Pretzel).
The last surf day and the perfect moment to get a massage from Dolores (Yoga teacher). My body was so exhausted after all this intense water exercises, so it was a good end to have my body worked through. While we got on the ferry from the Nicoya peninsula, I tried to buy some food from a lady that
Time for another sightseeing adventure. I was looking forward to use my own snorkeling gear especially since I had brought it with me half around the globe. We took a bus to Montezuma (very nice and calm backpacker atmosphere) and then we had to take a boat to Isla Tortuga. The boat trip felt very
We had our last official evening dinner outside under the trees and the moon. Highlight: The owner of rancho Papa Pochote an old-timer from Canada spoke about his quest for surf waves and the changes of Santa Teresa during the years from his first arrival here, it was really fascinating to hear his