The Flying Scorpion

Playa San Miguel, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Playa San Miguel

92-93: Two very long days and my official guide

A travel blog entry by blondesontour

... were behind so I could guide them. Apparently this wasn't correct and I should actually be above them guiding. This was actually kind of difficult to show them where to go and Julian and Jade kept splitting up and no matter how many times I told them to stay together they just ignored me, which they hadn't been told to do. It was extremely frustrating! Because of all this palava I ended up going a metre deeper than I should have (shouldn't go over 12m). It was all a ...

34-35: Navigation-I'm Blind!!!

A travel blog entry by blondesontour


... I totally made it to the cave and we beat the others who didn't make it, boom!!! So the day wasn't a complete waste which was good. Take two tomorrow instead! We got back and did a de-briefing and washed our gear out. Apparently Alan (doing his instructor navigation/our ex videographer who I went to the rodeo with Tom) was not happy that we would not put his gear away when he worked here. The usual procedure is we don't touch people's personal gear because we don't want to break ...

The only England fan in Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by paulandjo


... of the National Park, so that's a $10 entrance fee to get to them... Ker-Ching!), we're surrounded by amazing wildlife (not too keen on the frogs though), and for a few extra dollars we've just found a place to stay up the road which has a pool and is actually clean. This country is beautiful, but it's been tricky on a budget, especially in the these most touristy areas...definitely a contender for an amazing posh holiday though if anyone's thinking about ...

Lazy Rainy Day at the Rio

A travel blog entry by hollynjym


... think as they see their simple life invaded by the wealthy American ideals…ideals I contribute to. I get that as the locals drive around in beat up pick ups or small cars and the tourists stand out as the ones in the fancy SUVs. All the way up the road yesterday passing the locals in houses barely the size of my hotel room…some little more than what we would consider a shack…walking along watching us passing by and even the children have ...

Monkeys and Herrons and Crocs! Oh my!

A travel blog entry by purdie


This morning we met our tour at 8am and headed by bus to Palo Verde National Park. Our stops along the way were to Guaitil Village where the indigenous people of CR are still making their pottery using the original techniques passed down to them and then to Nicoya where we saw the oldest Cathedral in CR.

In Guaitil, we got to see a local family show us first hand how they hand sculpt the pottery they are so famous for, where the clay comes from, and what minerals ...

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