Cabinas Sanchez

Address: Centro, Sixaola, Province of Limon, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sixaola

Adios Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Jan 26, 2015

1 comment, 3 photos

... tip?'. I just laugh at him. He was kidding thinking he gets a tip for walking our bag one step for us, Leesh is not impressed with his attempt at all. We sit back and enjoy the half hour ride across the water to Bocas and we unload the boat, grab our bags and head to our hostel. We arrive and are greeted by a stack of backpacks piled up at the front and the American bloke who's in charge informs us the rooms aren't quite ready as they had some kids there who didn't know how ...

Diving bocas

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Nov 09, 2014

8 photos

... far as we could, stopping at a couple of beaches along the way. Every time we went through a puddle, I got a bit muddy. They are also not the most comfy of things! At the most northerly end was Playa Bluff - a pretty golden sand beach surrounded by nothing but jungle. And a beach bar. I had some coconut water - nice and cheap - $1 for a large glass. And sat on the beach for a while. We turned back and headed the way we had ...

Sun??? Sand!! Surf!!

A travel blog entry by fancythat on Jul 20, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... one) I ran into my 5 Spanish amigos from yesterday! "Darren we're off to Drago and Playa Estrella( starfish beach), come with us!! Plans changed and I was off, without beach necessities, to the beach in another shuttle bus over pot-holed, windy roads created by Callie's and following a snake I'm sure! Drago is a beautiful strip of Sandy beach. REALLY!!! Wide enough between the palms for the car to drive on!! Out we get and into a boat for the 10 minute ride to ...

Turtle Nesting Tour

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Jun 16, 2014

11 photos

... at first until it dawned on us that we were actually going to get to see a turtle laying it's eggs on the beach. By the time we reached the turtle, it was at the top of the beach and ready to start digging. It digs a bed maybe 30cm deep before digging a hole about 70cm deep and 30cm across for the eggs. It was fascinating to watch this huge turtle, it's shell was 150cm long, digging the hole so precisely with it's back flippers. The flippers could reach down onto the ...

One More Day

A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on Apr 11, 2014

53 photos

... day we ended up in a small marina crowded with yachts and we took the last boat of the day shuttling between there and the village of Bastimentos: we nearly got stuck at night in the middle of the jungle getting eaten alive by mosquitoes. Maybe it would have been worth it anyway, given the postcard places we've seen, but in the end we managed to get back in the hammocks of the Jaguar. The next day, Nina and I had to leave. But we didn’t.
One more day and then we ...