Hotel La Finisterra

Address: Al final de la primera entrada, Playa Hermosa, Province of Guanacaste, 5000, Costa Rica | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Al final de la primera entrada, Playa Hermosa.
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      Travel Blogs from Playa Hermosa

      Snorkeling the Pacific & Boating the Tempisque

      A travel blog entry by costarica2015 on Feb 18, 2015

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... the ride back home. Aside from Ms. Zima, Mr Gary and a few others, we basically underestimated the sun. While we did look like lobsters at the end of the day we saw some amazing things while snorkeling. The species we saw included eels, flying fish, and sting rays. The beach itself was warm and also included a natural cave that had waves crashing through the other side. This experience was like none other and I appreciate the beauty that Costa Rica has to offer. This day was a blast! ...

      Pura Vida!

      A travel blog entry by jebandcarmen on Oct 31, 2014

      5 photos

      ... How fast can a crocodile run?" As we contemplated the situation, the crocodile slowly slid into the stream and swam away, uttering "Next time mi amigo!"

      Life does have a way of changing, and everything here in Costa Rica has some sort of life force. It is a feeling that cannot be written about or seen on a screen. You have to experience it for yourself!

      De Nica a Tico

      A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Dec 10, 2013

      2 comments, 33 photos

      ... US -- nothing like in El Salvador.

      The Ticos are fewer, some 4.5 million, and come from a richer country (twice the GDP per capita of Nicaragua). They have a long tradition of universal education and democracy. Their economy has long relied on high value agriculture -- starting with coffee and now extending to rice, pineapple, sugar cane, oil palm. The fact that coffee was grown in many small estates ...

      First day at the schools!

      A travel blog entry by yfcprojectserve on Jul 15, 2013


      ... morning. This is a middle to lower class elementary school that we are working in and have 163 students enrolled. The school would like us to do a mural of their values. The other school in the afternoon that we visit has 200 students enrolled and is a middle class elementary school. We will be doing a mural in their science lab and English classroom. We will also be repainting the cafeteria. Tonight ...

      44-45-Villa Sol, Ladies night and the anklet drama

      A travel blog entry by blondesontour on Mar 20, 2013

      6 photos

      ... us though and came and picked us up early! We also had no customers which kind of sucked. We got back to the shop and helped wash all of the stuff and I managed to slip over and cut up all of my leg. By this point I was just getting totally ****** off with the ridiculousness of my day when I got Tom to spray my cut gently to get the dirt off but he accidentally sprayed me really hard, which hurt, and then soaked me. I give up on today! I finished nearly on time and went home ...