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Published: November 26th 2008
Pura Vida: A lifestyle term used in Costa Rica to describe the chill, the relaxed, the enjoyed - pretty much anything that adds contentment to life. The Ticos (locals) here live by that saying. And once you get here, you will too.
Three weeks so far in Costa Rica chasing waves and living the Pura Vida beachside. Life here is simple. Wake up, surf, eat, chillax, play crib, surf, hammock session, surf, watch sunset, eat good food, meet new people, sleep, REPEAT. *Translation: a very desirable lifestyle compared to the rat race at home.
First week here I met up with my good buddy Corey Rich and his cousin Kevin, followed by a random meeting with two great characters - Bill from Virginia and Alex from London. They happened to have a rental car for a week and they were more than gracious to invite us along for a little road trip down the central Pacific Coast. Having no fixed plans, why not? We scored some great waves off the beaten path and checked out a new area of Costa Rica I have not been to before, from Playa Hermosa down to Domincal.
After bidding goodbye to our
What more can I say?
awesome new friends, we boated over to the Nicoya Pennisula and have since set up shop at Playa Santa Theresa. A paradise in itself, this little community is 100% surf oriented. Surf rules everybody's mind. That's fine by me as I have no desire but to do anything but. Now if you excuse me, I have some waves to catch...
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