After surfing in the morning on an empty stomach, we would hop out and walk onto the rocks to our favourite restaurant to tuck into some Pupusas and banana smoothies. It is literally perched on the point. Their hammocks were also the perfect spot for a nap throughout the day.
We could both hardly speak Spanish and there were so many points on this trip that we were in the middle of nowhere glued at the hip to each other. We both love to have a chat but a lot of the time we weren’t too sure whether we were cracking jokes or just losing our marbles.
We stayed in tents, hostels, bus stops and on beaches but not many of those topped these converted sea containers in Santa Teresa, Costa Rica that our friend owned. It is a trend in Costa Rica to get as creative as you can with sea containers and mix and match them to fit together and build your ultimate low budget home. The possibilities are endless.
Alex is a mad man. He enjoys base jumping, so this little cliff jump in Costa Rica that was scaring the locals didn’t phased him one bit. But he did land on his ass and struggled to walk for next few days.