Hotel Villas Playa Samara
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... of vegetable to be found with the squid, though there was some type of vegetable medley accompanying the fish, whose individual components were rendered indiscernible by the excessive amounts of soy sauce. Dinner was quite a letdown compared to our simple little lunch earlier at Lo Que Hay, a dive beach bar in Playa Samara,
It's funny how a simple meal can sometimes blow away one that attempts to be ...
... plantano). This was all washed down with passion fruit juice and some very good coffee. Ben and Poppy wanted to milk one of the cows, so we wandered down to where this was going on, but had to wait for a load of French tourists to arrive first. Milking was a success. We booked a 4km trek on horseback up to the thermal baths, as well as a zip wire canopy ride and 400 ...
... let ME take it when she saw the size and cost of the families camera. How sweet... Let the clumsiest person on the tour take the fancy camera. Smart...
I have about 20 bug bites on each leg and my left foot has 10 all by itself. David, the dad on the tour, said that mosquitos are attracted more to people who emit the most carbon dioxide. I guess I am a C02 machine! He said the higher metabolism you have the more you emit. Guess ...
... to think the hotel was only 800 meters away...or maybe he said 8000, I dunno, nonetheless, we trudged on.
What seemed like hours and miles later, or maybe it was only another big hill later, we downhill coasted by one of the larger hotels. Rob stopped me and um, 'suggested', I ask them to call us a taxi and get a bandage. The gate attendant was no help on the taxi, but he did offer some gauze which was nice. Just as I was about to leave Robin sitting in the shade ...
... made our way through the canopy via the ziplines, a really quick rappel which burnt my thumbs through the glove, some hanging bridges and then one long hike up to the top of the mountain to reach the longest zip line in Latin America! Just short of a mile, 1590m long, with a flying time of about 1 minute 40 seconds in the air! The two longest lines that the company had were both done in the Superman position… i.e. NO HANDS! Instead of using ...