Club Bahia Potrero

Address: Playa Potrero, Santa Cruz, Province of Guanacaste, 5111, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Playa Potrero, Santa Cruz.
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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz

Turtle Sactuary La Flor

A travel blog entry by rinscosta on Nov 02, 2015

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... is a time consuming and expensive thing, where you never feel at ease. The road to the border was a dirtroad. It started off as a fairly good road at the Laguna but after a while it was only stones and sand. Had to drive very slowly. The first thing I see when entering Nicaragua is a big lake with two wonderful volcanos on the other side, lying calm in the late afternoon sun. By the side of the road things look quite a lot poorer than in Costa ...

Bus journey to Santa Ostinal via Santa Cruz -part2

A travel blog entry by pinkyandpauly on Oct 04, 2015

... the toilet that is!!

Our bus for Ostional arrived promptly. This time it was a local bus, very similar to the buses back home. We were so grateful for all the open windows as the sweat was oozing from us. This was 12.30pm midday heat. We got to see some amazing sights on this journey. The hills I described as fluffy hills, very similar to our Scottish hills but fluffy due to them being lined with so many ...

Costa Rica Revisited - USA Style

A travel blog entry by goodner on Jun 07, 2015

66 photos

... ping pong, board games, dance lessons, cocktail making lessons, cooking lessons, hiking, biking, a good gym, yoga, water aerobics, 8 pools, a kids' club with games, crafts, and sports, seven restaurants, ten bars, and no chance of running out of things to do. The best part: the kids could be safely on their own, choosing what they want to do, and we all convene at mealtimes, unless we happen to choose the same activity. That was the idea behind choosing this place, and we ...

How to cross a border in 7 simple steps

A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Apr 11, 2015

... sign on a rock that said 'Nicaragua'. The guards smiled and said 'bienvenidos a Nicaragua' and asked where we were going in their country with friendly interest. Passports checked, they pointed us to another tent where two women sat. Step 5: Temperatures taken by Nicaraguan nurses As we approached the nurses, they pointed a hand-held device at us that looked like something in which police officers check the speed of motorist. It was a thermometer and having satisfied them ...

Day 10-January 3, 2015

A travel blog entry by marks-travels on Jan 03, 2015

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We spent our last full day in Playa Remanso at the beach. Kaylynn cooked us our last breakfast of fried fish and homemade french fries and rice. Never thought I'd hear it uttered from my kids' mouths but Jill said she's tired of rice and Drew said he's tired of fish (although vegan, he will eat fish that he or Andrew catches). Despite the heavy carbs, we've haven't junked up on food and may have even lost a little weight this week. Probably not, but here's hoping! It was ...