Hotel Villas Playa Samara
Travel Blogs from Playa Samara
... can pretty much quote the entire movie the whole way through... We decided to cuddle up on the couch and watch UP in Spanish. Possibly one of the cutest Disney Pixar's ever and can I just say that it gets about 100 times cuter in Spanish.... sigh...
Buenas noches amigos... (good night friends)
Until next time, I will be floatin' in the wind,
Love, hugs, and girly kisses,
the flyin' dandelion
... we decide to head back to the hotel for a dip in the pool. Given the struggle Rob had riding the beach, she thought maybe riding the road would be easier. I recall the hotel owner saying she would never ride a bike on the road to Samara due to the hills. Surely it couldn't be that bad. Ignorance is not bliss. It is important to note that the ride along the beach from hotel to
town was 3-4 miles. On the road, with the massive hills and curves, its more
like 5 miles. ...
1. Geckos are the most relaxed lizard thing out there, they're super easy to tame, and won't bite. 2. Leopard geckos can't climb all over the place because they are ground dwellers. I.e no Houdini. 3. Compared to other lizards and most other pets they require very little attention to be a happy lizard. And their terrarium/vivarium is easy to set up (especially since we already own most of the components.) 4. They are nocturnal, so they'll be perfectly ...
... looked and felt much wealthier even if some of their
roads were none too brilliant either. But they sure have a lot of bananas both
sides of the border!
After an hour or so driving inland we finally hit the coast
again at Puerto Viejo, driving onto the edge of the beach just before the town
to make our usual picnic lunch with a nice cold Balboa beer from Panama to wash
it down. There is NO way we could travel overland without our Waeco
... to the shade! Me and the hot, hot sun don't mix too well. But it doesn't get much better that sitting under a palms tree, feeling the cool breeze listening to the ocean! I was very content sitting there all day. It was also a very quiet weekend in Samara due to the earthquake. One of the other teachers said he had never seen it so quiet. There was never more than 20 people on the whole beach. It was like we had the place to ourselves. It was a much better beach than the one I went to ...