Hotel Belvedere - Playa Samara
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Spent Xmas week here w/our dear friends the Riley's (Russ, Lis, Brynn, and Cate). They had been in Monteverde before heading down to Samara and we randomly ran into them on the highway. We had planned on meeting at the house in Samara but had our big reunion on the side of the road in Nicoya. Crazy! We rented a lovely house w/the Riley's overlooking the ocean. Ate our meals at the house under the "rancho" (covered patio) which had an amazing view! However, first ...
A long bus ride and a ferry ride and finally we arrived at the beach. This is the sleepiest beach town I have ever seen, but it will be a nice way to spend a fee days before coming home. Our hotel is super cute and we take up more than half of it. Next door is a great restaurant serving humongous meals and hopefully we will watch the USA game there tomorrow. Check out the pics from the ferry ride below. More pics to follow ...
... br> We were
hoping to make it to Samara in time for sunset but out hunger got the better of
us and we stopped at a bar restaurant with an outstanding view. We sat on the
porch of the restaurant and looked out over the rolling hills. I was proud to
be able to casually order my meal and drink without having to ask for help and
the waiter understood me the first time. Carmen showed me a new way to enjoy
... Rica is ranked very highly in the best places to live in the world. Partly it is thought that this is due to the excellent free healthcare and education system. Even prescriptions and university is free. Work is also tax-free. The way the country can afford to do this is because there is no army in CR. also, the gas and electricity is government run.
We boarded a boat at the perimeter of Tortuguero national park and toured the waterways through mangrove swamps for ...
After meeting Marc and Dario at the airport yesterday we headed out to puntarenas to catch the ferry. The ferry was huge and took people as well as many cars and trucks. We then got in another cab to take us across the peninsula to Santa Teresa. This morning we awoke to the sounds of the ocean and jungle noises. The beach is long ...