Travel Blogs from Playa Grande
... for a while then later in Spain, where he met his wife who was from Colombia. The bar at our inn was also a gathering spot for many in the expat surfer crowd, and we had fun meeting other travelers. I loved that the girls were hearing the stories of people who had chosen all kinds of different paths for their lives, following their passions and doing what it took to make it work.
Our last couple of days were filled with more beach time, boogie boarding and an ...
... pasture to a processing warehouse and a beautiful hilltop lodged. This farm was also an agro-eco-tourism venture. They were growing cacao in the agro-ecological manner by integrating it into a forest of productive trees in addition to the tilapia ponds. On the tourism side of things they had a row of beautiful cabins along the top of the horse pasture, overlooking the whole farm and the volcano in all her glory…when ...
... just wall after wall of jellyfish. I didn't think they stung but neither of us wanted to go through and test it. So we tried another area but it was really choppy and when I finally found a clear spot the red tide washed in. Mother trucker. So our second trip was more of a swimming trip but the first one was so good I think it made up for it. I've never been snorkelling and seen stuff that good. As we were heading back I found out I would be staying on the boat for the ...
Day 9: So glad I went home at a semi reasonable hour last night. Alcohol, heat and no sleep do not mix well! I ended up getting a bit later than usual and walked in with Lee, we were literally about to be late. This at rich coast means you're automatically doing the close that night. Thankfully Carlos and his brother pulled up and gave us a lift just as I was about to attempt to hitchhike! Today I had my buoyancy dive which basically entails you having to do some exercises ...
... coffee, which was great. We made it back over to Bula Bula where the boat would pick us up for the Estuary tour.
It was a nice change of pace from surfing and other activities to cruise in a boat keeping an eye out for anything we might see. We saw some blue herons as we went along. For part of the trip we got out of the boat and actually went into the forest areas to try to find the monkeys. After ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking