Going to Alaska made me feel like I was living inside a postcard. The views were incredible 24/7.. everywhere we went, the mountains, rivers and glaciers amazed us with their strong colours, gigantic sizes and beautiful structures. I mean, couldn’t stop taking pictures, even as we drove the highways or cruised the waters. This being say, let me tell you everything we did and how we felt about it. Continue reading “Alaska Cruise (Anchorage, Palmer, Hoover, Juneau, Skagway, Yukon, Icy Strait, Ketchikan, Vancouver)”
For me, Jaco is the go spend one or two days to surf, eat great and skate, kind of beach. I like the town during the day, it is actually the best place to buy and repair surf boards and the food is really good… in fact, my favourite restaurants are there! But the beach itself isn’t so nice, it is not that clean, and if you are searching for waves, playa Hermosa right next to it is better. Don’t get me wrong, I like Jaco… my best friend’s aunt lives there so we go a lot: we surf, we move around either with a bicycle or a skateboard, we do yoga and we eat delicious! But if you are visiting from out of the country and want to see beautiful places, trust me, you can do better.
I just love this place because you can do practically anything! A common day for me is to wake up to the ocean’s sound and go surfing. Once I finish, I buy a fresh and cold coconut water from the lady on the entrance of the beach and go have a big and delicious breakfast. Then, depending on my mood, I can rest for a while and enjoy the sound of the waves, hang out with my friends or go to the ocean (just to enjoy feeling the waves crashing my body).
If the tide times are late, I like to do some yoga in the morning, previous to… Continue reading “Nosara (Guanacaste, Costa Rica)”