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RE: shark population in costa rica« on: February 05 2005 15:02:00 »
yhere are sharks but i haven't heared of any attacks... i've been there for 4 months and met a lot of locals and they were always saying that there arent any attacks!! so don't panic and just surf and respect the locals!! Good waves!! cheers
RE: shark population in costa rica« Reply #1 on: February 13 2005 21:02:00 »
ive been to costa rica every year for the last 6 years and i ve been attacked by sharks everytime i went.but it was worth it
RE: shark population in costa rica« Reply #2 on: February 21 2005 00:02:00 »
that guy mike is funny. anyways, i have heard of a shark attack near corcovado, and large tiger sharks have been spotted in the matapalo area, but all in all, costa rica is much safer than here in the san francisco
RE: shark population in costa rica« Reply #5 on: February 22 2005 07:02:00 »
Beatle bar rocks
RE: shark population in costa rica« Reply #6 on: February 28 2005 15:02:00 »
Dude your crazy I've seen you about town in your toyota PU your nuts. I don't want you & your gal to get chomped but dude your asking for it this time!
RE: shark population in costa rica« Reply #7 on: February 28 2005 15:02:00 »
I know you both and your both out to lunch.The scorpions & snakes are more likely to get you before the sharks ever will.
Suggestion : if you want to get eaten so badly by a shark why don't you just go swimming at sunset with your dog.
RE: diving in costa rica« Reply #8 on: March 13 2005 14:03:00 »
My husband and I will be visiting the Guanacaste area for 5 nights arriving August 15th. He's an avid diver and I'm an avid lounger. Any recommendations of an awesome resort with a good, convenient dive shop nearby? We're in our thirties, no kids, would love a suite/villa (i.e. more space) set up close enough to walk/taxi to a little town with some kick back bar/restaurant options. We're not on a tight budget but are trying to avoid huge family oriented all inclusive resorts. Any ideas?
RE: shark population in costa rica« Reply #9 on: May 04 2005 07:05:00 »
THANKS FOR YOUR NOTES ON SHARKS. I LIKE VERYN MUCH OF SHARKS.KEEP ON E-MAILING ME ABOUT THE SHARKS.