Well here it is folks: Day 10: the culmination of all of our efforts. The last day was the best day. I mean surfing the point was also a highlight but I think this is better because everyone unlocked a new level in his and her surfing. Johan and Mariza were able to successfully change directions and lock into some of the longest, most beautiful waves of the trip. Christina rode a 7'6", which is a very small board for her, and made the mid face adjustment we had been talking about in video review the few nights previous (rather than getting caught behind the section). And Anya caught her first green water wave and successfully made the drop. In addition, she got really comfortable with the larger white waters and just started nailing the popup in a way we have not seen before. To add to this the waves were just on fire this day, and the sunset was, well, unexcelled. Also huge props must go to Andrew because when we pulled up to the spot we had been surfing for the evening session the past few days it was super crowded. We were set to go out there anyhow, but then he was like, "Eff this, let's go up to that other peak where no one is out." That was an excellent call. We got the peak to ourselves while others jockeyed and paddled over one another at the peaks to the south of us. The move also holds true to our philosophy: more waves, more joy. Sometimes to unlock the "more waves" part you need to buck your complacency and find an empty peak. More often than not you will be rewarded. We are almost booked for the March trip, but if you're still interested give us a shout at our email address. Also know that if we fill up Andrew is available to book other weeks this winter and spring for you and your crew. He has the full camera set up now, so Conatus lessons in Costa Rica are a year round possibility!