Playa Grande Inn
Travel Blogs from Playa Grande
Today was my first real day as a local here in Playa Grande. I woke up naturally and well rested around 8:30 am. Again, realize that time is irrelevant here. No one wears a watch. No one gets anywhere at a certain time. No one is in a hurry. It is very liberating. I could adapt to this way of life very quickly. Many people from the U.S have. I have …
Where are the Turtles?
Our final few days in Playa Grande where filled with surfing, swimming, homework, and relaxing. I managed to get in 2 surf sessions a day (wonderful surf all week) while still getting in a full day's work. It is amazing how we can be so far from home, but can still be in touch with work as if at home in Maine. …
Well, the stress of the drive has worth it..... Got here 1 hour before sunset. Great little hotel. Welcomed by our host Herman. Got to our room, unpacked and let the stress of the road wear off with a Cerveza while the boys swam in the pool. Next step was to take a look at the waves. They were perfect. I was able to grab any board from the Playa …
It's our last night in Playa Grande! We heard word from John Logan, the guy that owns the Playa Grande Inn that the surf should pick up and the conditions should be good tomorrow... of course since we're leaving! After this we're off to Manuel Antonio, a 6 hour bus ride from here! We'll be staying at a little bed and breakfast there, so we don't …
... s farm to take
advantage of so I may be taking a few days off from Upala each week for the
rest of my trip…It helps that many of these trips can double as an adventure
for me as well as an opportunity to meet with women farmers. Mixing work and
play is always a good thing.
didn't get back to Upala until 5pm, I grabbed my computer from the office and
walked back to Norma’s. After ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking