Travel Blogs from Samara, Costa Rica

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Graduation day, Playa Samara, Costa Rica travel blog

Graduation day

A travel blog entry by limehybrid

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Hello darling people. I hope everyone is doing wonderful. We're in Playa Samara on the pacific coast. It's beautiful here. It's a little over cast and rainy pretty much every day but it's still warm. We've been here since monday, we've been going to a ...

Looking for Mel Gibson, Sámara, Costa Rica travel blog

Looking for Mel Gibson

A travel blog entry by soooz

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Our entire existence here consists of the 20 metres from our room to the beach - which passes by the restaurant/bar. Its a tough life..... We are in love with the nachos,  really just dip (guac and salsa) and fried chips. Beer is good. Pina Colada ...

Ray´s Message in English, Samara Beach, Costa Rica travel blog

Ray´s Message in English

A travel blog entry by caromar

... very good, we must finish most of our studying before it gets dark.         Costa Rica is a beautiful country and Playa Samara is a small & quiet surfer town.  There is one very unusual (but very nice) ...

Le Pacifique / The Pacific, Samara, Costa Rica travel blog

Le Pacifique / The Pacific

A travel blog entry by siegfried_h.

Samara ...

Ray's Letter, Samara Beach, Costa Rica travel blog

Ray's Letter

A travel blog entry by caromar

... 's las luces en nuestro cuarto del hotel no son muy buenas, debemos acabar de estudiar antes de oscurecer.        Costa Rica es un país bonito y Playa Sámara es un pueblo pequeño y callado de surfers.  Hay una cosa rara ...

Sketchy Tamarindo....now in Gorgeous Playa Samara!, Playa Samara, Costa Rica travel blog

Sketchy Tamarindo....now in Gorgeous Playa Samara!

A travel blog entry by cdrewitz

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... being one of 40 foreigners detained for not carrying their passport on them at all times.  We´ve since arrived in Playa Samara.  Cliffs curve around the beach and and an island (to which we´re paddling to on Monday) is the only ...

Finding the beach again, Playa Samara, Costa Rica travel blog

Finding the beach again

A travel blog entry by tartanbeat

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... town, and hey we have rum and a tv - football time on the tele!! We managed to get about 3 hours of sunshine in Samara - enough time to easily burn myself. This place is supposed to have some fantastic sunsets - not for us though so I might photograph ...

Paradise Found - Pura Vida style, Playa Samara, Costa Rica travel blog

Paradise Found - Pura Vida style

A travel blog entry by therican

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... been living here 21 years. he gives me alot of inside info and talks at length about the ' Good Ole days' of Costa Rica. Before the proverbial tourist invasion. I end up talking with some random locals about cultures and the different perspectives we ...

Playa Samara, Costa Rica, Playa Samara, Costa Rica travel blog

Playa Samara, Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by globekiter

Playa Samara, Costa Rica Finally in Samara I split from my friends and headed back to Bahia Salinas where I spent another month kiteboarding, instructing, and making new friends from around the world. Having a nice place to live and not having to pack ...

Surf and Jellyfish, Samara, Costa Rica travel blog

Surf and Jellyfish

A travel blog entry by sarahs_travels

... .. It was a lot of fun, although the expession on my face caught on film would tell you otherwise hahaha.. Yeasterday I arrived in Samara our hotel is right on the beach.. its sooo beautiful this is my favorite beach so far on the trip.  Spend ...

More beach walks and talks, Playa Samara, Costa Rica travel blog

More beach walks and talks

A travel blog entry by damnfunkin

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... contrast between the 'gringofied' feel of Tamarindo (lots of tourists, lots of American and Europeans expats), and the more Costa Rican town of Samara. In the end, the difference wasn't all that marked (although perhaps the guide book hype didn't help) ...

Drowned by a dog... almost, Sámara, Costa Rica travel blog

Drowned by a dog... almost

A travel blog entry by muzz_travelling

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... quiet country road, looking over the soccer field and spotted a howler monkey in a tree in the distance. We really were in Costa Rica. I had some leftover cream cheese, baguette and avocado, so we sat on my surfboard cover and set about making ourselves ...

Maybe a pro tour is next ?, Playa Samara, Costa Rica travel blog

Maybe a pro tour is next ?

A travel blog entry by cdrewitz

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... home. We're heading into our last night at the beach (until our summer(!)) and are back in to San Jose tomorrow to catch our flight on Thursday.  Hopefully it will be a short goodbye to Samara. ...from the girls wishing for a closer ocean to ...

Playa Samara, Playa Samara, Costa Rica travel blog

Playa Samara

A travel blog entry by willsez

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Story to come ...

Samara, Costa Rica -beach life continues..., Samara, Costa Rica travel blog

Samara, Costa Rica -beach life continues...

A travel blog entry by martinmcnally

... on your front more pleasureable! So catching a cheapo bus made it down to the south coast of the Nicoya Peninsula to Samara..a beautiful place with a great beach, palm trees everywhere and crazy crabs that scuttle into their holes as my towering figure ...

Week three but who is counting?, Samara Beach, Costa Rica travel blog

Week three but who is counting?

A travel blog entry by caromar

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... what to expect but Ray remembered it from when our cab driver drove through the town when we first arrived in Costa Rica.  It is a larger town than Samara and much busier.  The bus ride was an experience.  The roads are not the greatest but ...

Leaving Costa Rica July 9, 2008, Samara Beach, Costa Rica travel blog

Leaving Costa Rica July 9, 2008

A travel blog entry by caromar

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     It was finally time for us to leave paradise. Costa Rica met all our expectations and more. We were both very relaxed and anxious to get home. Our last class was Friday, July 4th and we took Theresa and Roberto out for breakfast ...

Week 2, Samara Beach, Costa Rica travel blog

Week 2

A travel blog entry by caromar

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... have one in Samara.  They do have a church which we found last weekend.  It is a block from our hotel.  Costa Rica is predominately Catholic.  Ray thought they may not have church here anymore because it was so closed up.  Anyway ...

Costa...Rica too! “PURA VIDA!”, Playa Samara, Costa Rica travel blog

Costa...Rica too! “PURA VIDA!”

A travel blog entry by joaopisco

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  No país mais seguro da américa central (excepto se estivermos na costa do caribé), no país com maior diversidade de fauna e flora, no país que se esquece, frequentemente, de qual o nome da sua moeda local, podemos: Acordar na praia ...

Second TGIF, Samara Beach, Costa Rica travel blog

Second TGIF

A travel blog entry by caromar

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... ;   Tomorrow we will take the local bus to Nicoya which is a larger town.  It has the oldest church in Costa Rica.  It also is suppose to have more shopping and better prices.  Chinese own most of the stores and restaurants in ...

Costa...Rica, Playa Samara, Costa Rica travel blog

Costa...Rica

A travel blog entry by joaopisco

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... 'a à sua livre-circulação ou dos seus donos; Existe um negócio fantástico à saida da Nicarágua e à entrada da Costa Rica: profissionais de preenchimento dos cartões de entrada e saída no país. A troco de um “donativo”, como ...

Fourth Weekend adventure, Samara Beach, Costa Rica travel blog

Fourth Weekend adventure

A travel blog entry by caromar

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     It's so hard to believe this is our fourth weekend here in Costa Rica.  We have one more week of classes.  Ray is doing really well and I am just keeping afloat.       This weekend has been ...

Tropical dog poo, Sámara, Costa Rica travel blog

Tropical dog poo

A travel blog entry by sarandphil

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... ;a few attempted stern words to the bus people from Sarah we arrived in the bohemian beach village of Samara, With darkness approaching and it starting to rain we found ourselves the cheapest and closest ...

My First Time in the Pacifico, Samara, Costa Rica travel blog

My First Time in the Pacifico

A travel blog entry by gazwilliams

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The Costa Rican bus system strikes again, 9 hours, 4 buses and a good 2 hour wait in the midday sun at a road junction. Samara is tiny but very beautiful and a cool place to learn Spanish. I decided to go for a 'good old' swim in the clear warm water not ...

Christmas on the Beach, Playa Samara, Costa Rica travel blog

Christmas on the Beach

A travel blog entry by rhinosride

Chistmas on the ...

Samara, Playa Samara, Costa Rica travel blog

Samara

A travel blog entry by mariejeanwilson

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... to see a beautiful pacific sunset that this beach is supposed to be famous for. This is turning out to be a bit of a pattern in Costa Rica, as we also failed to see the famous, lava spewing volcano at Arenal! I hope our next stop, Manual Antonio, where ...

Time to head to Costa Rica, Playa Samara, Costa Rica travel blog

Time to head to Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by gareth.alanna

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... made it up as we went along and eventually found it. In less than 45 minutes we had left Nicaragua behind to be welcomed into Costa Rica, a country where we were more than ready to enjoy what it has to offer. We found a local bus for the bargain price of ...

Samara - Wellen-Surfen für Anfänger, Playa Samara, Costa Rica travel blog

Samara - Wellen-Surfen für Anfänger

A travel blog entry by bergfex75

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... . Der Kanadier Brian lebt seit 30 Jahren hier und führt seit 8 Jahren dieses Hostel. Sowieso ist insgesamt die Stimmung in Samara absolut entspannt und - ganz ehrlich - hier ist "schon" oder "erst" (nach 3 Wochen?) der erste Ort, wo wir beide sagen: ...

Samara, Samara, Costa Rica travel blog

Samara

A travel blog entry by jvcullen

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... is very slow and very expensive and so I'll wait until I'm back in San Jose on Sunday to put up all my photos. I'm in Samara which is a beach town on the Pacific coast. It's great. The school is write on the beach, and there are hammocks at the ...

A-LOTa COSTa rica, Playa Samara, Costa Rica travel blog

A-LOTa COSTa rica

A travel blog entry by rofo

Arrived in Playa Samara on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica. This quiet little town comprises virtually of two streets. The main drag that leads to the beach dotted with restaraunts and flash hotels, and the esplanade dotted with hotels and more hotels. ...

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