We stuck around for the next day, it was nice to not pack up. The hotel had boogie boards in the room so we tried our mad boarding skills out. Does medicare cover the surgical removal of sand from places that sand should never be able to get in? Pete also found out his suntan lotion was completely disolvable in water.
We went up the coast yesterday, took a small ferry to a jut of land in the Pacific and found a sppot for the night. This is a wierd town, surfers and pot heads and the type of start up businesses that support surfers and potheads. Pizza joints, surf stores, t-shirts, small hotels, bakery, bike rentals. we even saw lots of commerce happen at the table next to us a dinner last night as one young man tried to make a profit. trouble is most of his profits were going up in smoke as he operated his 'store'.
The road in and out is dirt, the main transportation is walking or small dirt bikes, the average age is twenty something ( at least until I arrived ), and , of course, there are the always present roosters try to out do each other starting around 4 am.
Today we will leave and likely exit Costa Rica for Nicaragua, and start a bit of a push for Mexico.
The chains need cleaned right away and the tires need to be replaced as soon as we hit Texas. Nothing will clean the helmet liners or riding pants.
Go Canada Go ( Men's hockey)
The beach a short walk from our hotel. If you squink you can see Pete's suntan lotion washing away up the coast.
This little fellow crawled out from under a bush as I was hanging up laundry behind the hotel. I very nearly had more laundry to do.