Casa Conde del Mar Hotel and Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Conde del Mar Hotel and Resort Gulf of Papagayo
Travel Blogs from Gulf of Papagayo
... very human like here! U have to watch ur head though because when they are done with their fruit they just let go of it!! This morning was interesting as a bird came and sat beside us at breakfast...I am not interested in birds but what this country has is pretty spectacular! I wish I could get more photos of them, some interesting colours and shapes but they are usually to fast for me! We had some lunch ...
... the time Tyler didn't know we had a boat called 'stray dog' so when Tom was telling him how he got his balls stuck on the stray dog and couldn't get them out etc Tyler was obviously utterly confused and probably thought Tom was heavily into having sex with dogs. He then realised that he was talking about a boat and not some poor living stray dog. Either way it had us all in stitches imagining Tyler thinking Tom was some depraved dog rapist. I don't know how Tom managed to ...
... completely separate air source so I used that instead. This went fine except I needed to hover more rather than kicking to stay at a certain depth but all in all it was fine. During the surface interval I didn't have to change any tanks or give drinks and fruit out to people but instead relaxed on the front of the boat with Laura and Martin. It was lovely actually chilling out for it instead of rushing around and made a really nice change! Next was the search ...
... common sense precautions but it’s a bad luck scenario really
– if one is in the wrong place at the wrong time…. We just hope we won’t be,
but we’re not about to get paranoid about it and have it prevent us from
enjoying our trip.
Whilst at Samara we met Juan, a very likeble young man, a
baker by trade from Uruguay, who had bought himself a second hand van big
enough to sleep in and was heading home from the west of ...
... left for Don Rufinos, the same place we had eaten the night before. Don Rufinos has a great bar where you can sit outside by the sidewalk under cover. We decided to sit there and drink until we decided what to do about eating. It was an active place with a lot of tourists and travelers; it’s considered La Fortuna’s best restaurant.
We got into conversations with several different groups of people, including Dave and Dinah who sat down next to us. ...