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    Surf is quite a bit smaller in winter. Santa...

    Surf is quite a bit smaller in winter. Santa Teresa’s can thump tho. Nosara is typically chest high ish in winter. Less rain. Cheaper than Tamarindo. Most places are. But it is no longer the...
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    Yup. Sounds right to me. I was there about 18...

    Yup. Sounds right to me. I was there about 18 years ago and had a blast. Shifty beach breaks and all. I imagine it is much more crowded these days.

    I'd go back for a family trip, but not a...
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    I spent a week in Mal Pias and surfed all tide....

    I spent a week in Mal Pias and surfed all tide. Not an issue at all. In fact, I thought it was a bit better (punchier at least) at low tide. Totally different than up north.

    I've never spent time...
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    If I recall correctly Playa Grande only breaks at...

    If I recall correctly Playa Grande only breaks at high tide.

    Teresa had lodging right on the sand. Make Pias, a hundred yards off. Not a bad walk. Surf tended to be good all day, but offshores...
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    If you want moderate surf, and laid back jungle...

    If you want moderate surf, and laid back jungle style with yoga, and other eco-tourist stuff nearby, my friend really likes going to Nosara. Offshore in the mornings; gentle to moderate surf.
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