El Sabanero Beach Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Throw your fears to the wind...or I guess to the waves this time. When in Rome is the saying. If you're going to be there you might as well do it. At a rate of $20.00 per hour I took to the rolling waves of the Pacific and key word: tried, my hand at surfing. A rough go at it, the Pacific takes no prisoners. Fully commit or get out is what the …
Here I am...again, in what I am deciding is the most beautiful place I have ever traveled to. First day jitters no longer exist. I am no longer completely terrified of not knowing Spanish. I have a very good understanding of the area map and rocked the **** put of my placement exam. I am the veteran. I am the one who knows what to expect. I am the …
We climbed into Rob’s Isuzu with a long drive ahead of us. Our two primary destinations were Playa Coco and Playa Hermosa. These towns are to the north of where we ended our excursion yesterday. We drove around the protected conservation area of Costa Esmerelda and headed north.
Driving into Playa del Coco one could understand its tourist orientation. Even though it was off season, there ...
... Flamingo is primarily a surfing destination; Potrero is more of a laid back fishing village. We were drawn to Potrero where we felt particularly comfortable.
Each night we returned to Tamarindo. The three of us strolled the main street of Tamarindo until we found an interesting place to eat. It was fun. All of our meals – ranging from Argentine steakhouse to local seafood - were quite good. The prices were reasonable ...
After running back into Kat and Gerard, we made plans to meet up with them at their hotel and to have dinner the the seaside restaurant Coco Loco famous for their coconut inspired dishes. for the second year I opted for the brie and chicken sandwich. It was very delicious, but my favorite dish of the trip was the side of rice and beans that came with it. Mixed up in some sort of spicy coconut sauce, I swear nobody does beans and ...