Bahia Del Sol Beach Front Hotel & Suites
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Travel Blogs from Playa Potrero
... in the direction of Pizza Pronto for dinner which was only half a block away and we were assured they made great pizza. The courtyard seating was set around the most enormous wood fired oven and the pizza that came out definetly didn't disappoint.
After dinner we walked through town towards the supermarket and passed by the main square which was packed with kids on skateboards and BMX's. It was only when we walked back, past the square again did it ...
... necessary forms for immigration. You will need to give the $4 for exit/entry fees. 45 mins later you are on the Nicaraguan side. You exit the bus and wait for about 20-30 mins whilst they do the passports. You then load the bus and given your passport as you board by border police. A few mins later you arrive at the Costa Rica border. You exit and take your bags through immigration and a x-ray. The whole process takes over an hour for both sides. Load your bag back on ...
... a tiny baby turtle! It was all alone and was going the wrong way, not toward the ocean. Our guide was philosophical and said only the strong and smart survive. It was so tiny and adorable and I wanted so much to pick it up and put it in the ocean but we were not allowed, of course, as it must find its own way. If it is a girl when she matures in about 12 or more years she will come back to this same beach to lay her eggs. All the mother turtles we ...
... aka a litre bottle attached to her snorkel. Both mark, her instructor, and Taylor gave little speeches and Mark had to demonstrate what to do whilst someone poured one beer into the funnel. Tom took the opportunity to pour vodka down it at the same time. Then Taylor was up. She started off by doing a shot before even doing her funnel, what a pro. Everyone had bought some drinks to go in her snorkel and she actually did pretty well until she asked them to stop and they just ...
... to throw a buoy as a rescue assist, to be fair I managed to throw it pretty far but by the time I had my victims had drifted way off with the current and it didn't quite reach them. 1 point to the ocean, nil points to me. I then had to rush and get my fins, snorkel on etc to do an in water rescue which is where the mammoth amount of towing began. Towing a person with no current is tiring but towing against one is exhausting! After I did two long tows I got to play the victim and ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service