Bahia Del Sol Beach Front Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Playa Potrero
... passed a restaurant that we will try tonight or tomorrow. Playa Junquilla has mostly Ticos in it and as you get closer to the beach the houses start to become more westernized - we are thinking this is where the expats live/vacation. We arrive at the hotel and it very small and right on the beach. We just missed the sunset that happens around 5:30 pm. The menus is quite small with mostly all the dishes being seafood with the ecxeption ...
... and a warm shower!! A first since our trip began :) We hiked down towards the beach in search of some food as we were both ravenous. We found a family selling huge coconuts on the beach. Using her machete and what seemed to be no sense of method, the lady sliced upon the fruit to make us drinks. You can also bring them back after to be sliced up to eat the inside. Fresh coconut on the beach yes please!!! We found a restaurant called Hula Jungla and hunkered ...
My lazy times in Costa Rica have been reflected in my lazy upkeep of this blog. Sorry y'all. It's just that this town forces you to slow down, and productivity is suffering as a result.
When I started researching places to live in Costa Rica, I knew I wanted to be somewhere 1) very close to the beach; 2) warm and sunny; 3) not too touristy or transient; and 4) reasonably priced. People always ask me ...
Peru was fun, but I COULD NOT WAIT to get out of Lima's grey cool weather, so off to Costa Rica I headed. I decided to stay in a teeny little town called Potrero on the northern Pacific coast of Costa Rica. After being in bigger cities for a while now, I wanted a small beach town experience. Potrero puts the small in small beach town, so I got exactly what I asked for. It is still at the ...
Greetings from Hojancha! After a long car ride, a few days, some adapting, and a day at the beach, I can officially say that I love this city! Our house is pretty big and it is all open to the elements- including the lizards and scorpions. We have mango and banana trees in the backyard and it's just down the street from the center of town. This morning we went to ...