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Topic: Bungalow in Santa Teresa
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Topic: Bungalow in Santa Teresa
Views: 2689 Replies: 2



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Bungalow in Santa Teresa

I have already make a post about that I want to go to CR this summer with a friend of mine for 2 weeks to surf and we are both beginner. After looking a bit around the web, we found that Santa Teresa seem nice and quite cheap also. After all your comment, Jaco don't really seem to respond to what we want (don't look like CR, most like an american city...) and Santa Teresa seem to have good surf and to be more "relax". So well, I have see that there are a couple of "bungalow" that we can rent for a week and they look quite nice.

So, any of you ever rent one? Do you recommand it? Is it a good idea to take a kitchen to cook our own meal (like to go buy some fresh fish) or the restaurant are quite cheap and it does'nt really worth it.

Any comment/idea will be really appreciate! (Sorry for my bad english... :S)



RE: Bungalow in Santa Teresa

We went to Santa Teresa a few weeks ago, south swells, turns all of the beaches into a big close out wave. My advice, go elsewhere, unless you like surfing santa teresa 1 second close out waves.

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