Playa Grande Inn
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- Airport Transportation
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Playa Grande
... was playing in the world cup yesterday and won! woohoo...really could give 2 kahoots about soccer...but always love the beer and screamin'. so i was to be found at the bar during the game.
-and lastly, we stopped to buy watermelon from a farm at the side of the road. delicious. Nena and i bought two beautifully round ones. i stored them safely overhead in the storage area...and of course, behind two big bags so they would be secure. ...
... tour up a large estuary. We saw all kinds of birds, the top of a croc's head and a whole clan of Howler monkeys all sacked out in the trees for their siesta after eating all morning.
When it was time to climb in the taxi to head back to Monteverde we were all spent from the sun the saltwater and the waves. It had been a great weekend, but we were all glad to head back up into the cool green hills.
Coming up: visitors, trip to Arenal and another border run!
With the prophecy of impending doom, Mandy and I are off to the Pacific coast tomorrow.
Puerto Viejo - The surf had dropped and Salsa Brava was not working. The beach breaks around the point near Playa Cocles had some head-high sets and so I paddled out. I was the only non-local but the vibe was pretty friendly.
I rented a 6'6" x 19' x 2'6/10" rounded square. It had been snapped before and was ...
... s birthday today and as she didn't really want anything I got her a coffee, ice cream and anklet just to try and make it remotely special as she's working all day today. Talking of the anklets the woman had made Laura's in completely the wrong colour and still hadn't done mine right. I swear either pregnancy has made her stupid or she was just dumb to begin with! I went back later and she finally had Laura's right and mine I just gave up on, she's ...
... for its amazing tail feathers.
We also hiked out to find a tree that someone at the hostel had told us about. It’s a huge Strangler Vine that is hollow and big enough that you can climb up the inside of to the canopy of the tree about 30 metres up. It was the strangest but best tree climb I’ve ever done! When at the top, we saw another Quetzal which was amazing luck.
In the evenings here, we had a few drinks or Leo beat ...