Playa Hermosa was a giant. A whopper of a beach. You can see Costa Rica in the distance.
The cliffs were filled with Cacti.
The beach brought on fits of peace and happiness for two familiar beach bums.
There were small delights.
There was lots of money. I've never seen so many sand dollars.
These shadows need some quick cash. There is a restaurant to spend it in. And lots of cold Tona.
This shadow is picking up a penny. I love the perspective!
Somebody didn't have great beach day. I think it is a monkey skull.
Part of the fun, was just getting there. Cows and horses roamed free.
This is the road. Typical rush hour congestion.
Memorabilia from the restaurant.
The end of the line. Needless to say, this beach was so nice we came here twice. My favorite kind of beach has soft, but firm sand for walking barefoot. This beach had miles of perfect pavement. We also checked out several grassy areas in the foot hills and tried to figure out where they set up the Survivor challenges.
We walked on rocks, soaked in tide pools and tried to soak up enough beach time to last another year. Sigh.
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