The Flying Scorpion

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

75-76: Sleeping through my night out and Jellyfish

A travel blog entry by blondesontour

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... I even looked at my phone I knew it was late, in fact it as 2:16am. Fooooook. I was so annoyed because I really had wanted to go! I think my phone and my air conditioner conspired against me because I clearly didn't wake up to my alarm and even if I had turned it off my air conditioner, without fail, randomly turns off every half hour to 40 minutes. And I mean without fail. I'm constantly waking up 30 times a ...

20-21: Dive Master Skills and Being Drowned

A travel blog entry by blondesontour

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... so I was not happy. It later turned out the Julian had borrowed them, gone on a two hour lunch break and just not told me. Useless! I really wasn't up for the pool, I was so tired and apparently majorly sunburnt as I hadn't had time to reapply cream as we were so busy on the boat. But anyway we did some rescue diver skills including a 'release' from a panicked diver who is trying to grab a hold of you. I thought that Tom wanted us to get close so ...

Born to be wild

A travel blog entry by crazycanucks

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... down with a splash that was definitely meant for us! Not a river you want to swim in, our even dangle your hands over the side of the boat. lol During the ride the boys we're happy to sit with their field guides of local birds and animals so we could give names to the ones we spotted.





This is how I always imagined Costa Rica to be. ...

Malicious high-fives in Panama

A travel blog entry by adrianandjoanna

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... Annoyingly, the bus arrived in Almirante early. Clearly, this is normally cause for celebration, but when arriving early means turning up at a shady looking 'bus station’ in a small port town at 5.10am when still dark, it’s fair to say we weren’t exactly high-fiving. Still our Lonely Planet had assured us it was only a short five minute walk from the bus stop to the harbour, where we needed to catch a water taxi across to the island, so we set off ...

Monkeys and Herrons and Crocs! Oh my!

A travel blog entry by purdie

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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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