Casa Conde del Mar Hotel and Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Conde del Mar Hotel and Resort Gulf of Papagayo
Travel Blogs from Gulf of Papagayo
... past Liberia and up into the hills. Despite being friendly, our guide was unorganized, and stopped 3-4 times on the way there to get coffee, use the bathroom, and buy us ice which he filled in a plastic bag and let melt on the console since he forgot a cooler (our trip also advertised that cold refreshments would be provided). We arrived at the lodge and got harnessed up for our first activity: zip lining. We spent the morning on 11 ...
... volunteers coming at the end of the month and my job will to be their guide and coordinator- taking them to their family's, showing them around and taking them to their volunteer projects. I'm also going to be screening host families and interviewing future interns. It's exciting and I already know that I won't want to leave.
So far so good!
... sarcastically in your head. That was me. I started putting my wetsuit on even though I was still feeling ill and then I was like whoa hold on there buddy. My fins are FOUR sizes to big. Do you want me to take 4 hours? Haha. Just no, no, no all round. Thankfully I didn't have to do it, because it would have been ridiculous and I want to do good in it, not ****. Which is what would have happened if I was wearing the wrong fins. I probably would have ended up just giving ...
... shallow lake. Luke Carito, a brother from NH who has been serving in Limon for a year, met up with us in La Fortuna after having successfully made the border crossing in Nicaragua. Need-greaters in CR must leave the country every 90 days, whereas in Panama it’s every 6 months. They’re a little more strict in CR about how long you can stay, so many of them aren’t even granted another 90 days-it’s up to the border ...
... Yes, we not only hear them every night, we
actually got to see them going about their business in the trees right behind
our ablution block. Dark and furry with long prehensile tails these interesting
primates live in small family groups. Every so often they utter a sound between
a deep growl and a howl, surprisingly deep in timbre for such a small animal.
It’s however rather a comforting sound.
From Los Malinches on the Costa Rican Pacific coast a very
Happy Christmas to one and all. We’ll check in again after the New Year.