Hotel Flying Crocodile
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- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Free parking
- Meal plan
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Flying Crocodile Playa Samara
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... another bathing suit – the nefarious two piece – when we started doing some serious beach lounging. I brought too many food bars with me from home (fear of starvation) and already left a long sleeve light shirt and a short sleeve crew neck cotton shirt (ok, what was I thinking on that one?) back in Montezuma.
Next topic – coconuts. We were hanging out on the beach in Uvita, under a clutch of coconut trees. Locals ...
... I got a dirty look and she said she I could go alone and gave me directions. I went outside and introduced myself to the daughter (24) and her boyfriend (29). I tried to make conversation about our dogs but didn't get much of a response. I let them know i was going to go for a walk and they just said "bye". So I left and while I was there I saw about 7 other girls from my group with their host families, showing ...
... arrived promptly. We had to wait to check out because the hotel didn't have any electricity. Losing power is apparently quite common which is why were were told to bring flashlights. Good thing as we did need them on several occasions.
By 11ish, we were on our way by am with visions of the beach paradise to come. I sat up front with the our driver...each helping the other practice Spanish and English. Rob sat in back and ignored us. The first 2 hrs ...
... sup> wave we caught. Woooo! Amateurs.
So, being part of the Fenton family, we are naturally pretty competitive when it comes to sports. Ok, no, we are extremely competitive… with ourselves, with each other, with our big brother, with our parents, with the Landers during innocent Christmas games… with the rest of the world. So it comes as no surprise that when things aren’t going our way, or when somebody isn’t ...
I was very sad to say goodbye to everyone at the school. You meet a bunch of cool people. Teachers teach you a language and then boom, 5 days later everyone is peacing out. I think that is one of the difficult things about traveling alone. The only people that you can talk to and do stuff with come and go on a weekly basis. I learned so much in Playa Flamingo! I went from not being able to comprehend basic phrases to constructing complete sentences. I ...