Hotel and Villas Brisas Marinas

Calle 84 No 13-21, Gulf of Papagayo, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gulf of Papagayo

Day 48-49: The one where a diver tried to kill me

A travel blog entry by blondesontour

... him less buoyant than now, and he was wearing a new wetsuit which always makes you more buoyant at first too. Tom had given him 18 pounds because the guy didn't bother telling him this. I gave him 28 pounds and took 2 extra 2 pound weights with me just to be safe. On the second dive his friend, who didn't dive on the first one, came down with us. I wasn't buddied up with him but decided to keep an eye on them both. He took a while to come down so while Guayo helped him out ...

Volcano Fail

A travel blog entry by georgiemoule

... changed (tents bigger than anticipated) and got into the pool. We decided to go out for lunch, and had a pretty good meal. Then it started raining really hard, so we stayed inside for about an hour, and had chocolate brownies which were amazing. There isn't much chocolate in Costa Rica, so it was a treat! We went to the hot springs in the evening, which was really nice and we could bring our own drink and food so we made a night of it. Went home, ...

Good times in La Fortuna

A travel blog entry by mkuncio


... photo’s off. As soon as we got out he said "Look, up there in the tree. Can you see it?" It wasn’t until we got closer that we realised there was a 3 toed sloth hanging from a branch about 15m up in a tree adjacent to the road. I have no idea how he spotted the cloth from the bus but I’m glad he did. As we were taking photo’s we then noticed that there was a baby clinging onto its mother’s stomach. I had always wanted to see a sloth but until that time ...

Phase 1 complete...

A travel blog entry by stephie79


Tomorrow I leave Potrero, where I have been living for the last two and a half months, being a very bad blogger. While one part of me feels re-energized and eager to come home, another part of me knows that an important part of my trip is just beginning.

My first month here teaching English kept me very busy, and lesson planning filled a lot of the time that I wasn't teaching, along with going to the beach, of course. Once ...

Scuba Diving

A travel blog entry by oltona


Not being able to find any hostels on 'hostel world' for Playas del Coco, should have told me that it was a remote place! But I wasn´t feeling 100% this morning and had to endure a 3 hour shuttle bus ride alone as the boys are going back down towards Panama and I'm heading north (doing it via public transport would have required 4 bus changes!). So on arrival, I had the name of a hostel, but it had closed down, so I asked ...


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