Yesterday we decided to take the family down to the water so that we could spend the morning at the beach. We have been on lock-down, so to say, since our last beach trip to Santa Teresa, nearly two months ago. This is because Lyndsey was super pregnant and we did not want anything to
After watching his ol’ dad catch a few waves Eli decided that it was his turn to try out a few moves on the surfboard. The problem is that he still can’t swim even though he is getting more and more comfortable in the water. So right now we are working on balance and coordination.
After getting the car all tuned up after our last adventure to Manuel Antonio and Dominical we decided to go on a future home scouting mission to Nicoya Peninsula, specifically Santa Teresa. I checked out hotels and B&Bs on travel adviser and settled on either Otra Lado or Hotel Manala due to their great reviews
We have been spending the last few days on the coast in a little surf town called Santa Teresa. Santa Teresa is right next to another town called Mal Pais which means “bad country” in Spanish. I wouldn’t necessarily call it bad country, but it is a little bit like the wild west. The town is on
Next week we will be leaving for our trip to Puerto Rico. We will be staying on the the North West side of the Island in a little town called Rincon. I grabbed the following information about Rincon from our friends website http://ca2pr.com Geographic Location of Rincon Rincon Puerto Rico is located on the extreme
Eight years ago today Lyndsey’s parents Vicky and Gary Cauthen, my parents Rick and Denise Coburn along with my twin sister Cristi and her husband Kevin Sutton joined us in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica to celebrate our wedding on the beach. Kevin captured some video that we have kept over the years. Last year we
Well so far it has been a pretty uneventful summer here in San Diego as far as beach days. This is because the sun has been shining about as many days that you can count on one hand. If the sun isn’t shining it has been pretty gloomy, cold and gray. It is not that
We decided to work a half day yesterday so that we could take advantage of the uncrowded beach and 80 degree weather we are having here in San Diego. Needless to say it was Eli’s first official trip to the beach. He had been to the water and the cliffs a number of times, but