Hotel El Villaggio

Address: Garza, Nicoya, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nicoya

Vacation At Last

A travel blog entry by teamram on Apr 06, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... because we had only eaten a light lunch. We ate dinner at Makoko right here in the resort and the food was fantastic. The bottle of wine was also excellent and the restaurant had a great wine list. After dinner we had drinks with Jake and Rebecca who never left the pool! Around 8:30 we called it a night and headed up to the room. We have an action packed day tomorrow and I'm surprising Christine with a 10:00 excursion that I will tell everybody about tomorrow. Adios!


First few weeks of voluntary work.

A travel blog entry by marinaa on Jan 24, 2014

... the canopy. Just the birds flying over the canopy. With the other method you walk a trail and after every 210 meters you watch for birds. You watch for birds for just five minutes, and only watch for the birds in the trees. My preference in method lies within the second one. What I like about it is the quiet. The (almost) complete silence. When you walk from point to point you can only hear the dead leaves brake under your feet and the nature surrounding you. Then when ...

87-88: Girls night and fun mapping

A travel blog entry by blondesontour on May 02, 2013

... wasn't being devoured by an octopus! I also got to see it deflate back to its normal cute puffer size. Ever since I saw that poor unfortunate one being gnawed on I keep randomly seeing them dead or puffed up. After we surfaced I pointed out to Laura that I still needed to go to the wreck but I didn't have that much air left. We went down anyway as we didn't really need much but by the time we came up to do our safety stop I only had about 200 PSI aka empty! When we surfaced ...

28-29: Rescue Diver-Screw you exhausting currents

A travel blog entry by blondesontour on Mar 04, 2013

5 photos

... a couple of times back to the boat, which by the way in the ocean is hard. I then had to lift Tom up the ladder of the boat with Jaime the captain helping, also not easy. This being a rescuer is hard work! We had a short break when the other divers came up and after we had to practice some surface skills. Unfortunately by this point the wind had seriously picked up and there was a really strong current in the water, not so helpful for surface skills. We started off with ...

Party time in Volcano town

A travel blog entry by laura981 on May 21, 2012

4 photos

... about 2am. Way past my bedtime! Really,
though, its not like I have been able to sleep well on this trip
anyways. It really was such a great time. I am really glad that I started just drinking water hours earlier though.

Amanda and I go back to our room to be pleasantly
surprised that no one else is in there with us. YAY!! We are so excited
because they said there would be and we were not looking forward to ...

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