La Marejada Hotel
Travel Blogs from Playa Grande
... greatly value their producers and recognize their struggles as small
holders and women in farming. They wanted to support my work however they
could. Next week I will also meet up with Steven, another American who is in
the region for the Peace Corps, who has been working with the smallholder
farmers in the region for some time. He will be my translator and liaison into
this community. I am really ...
... of throwing a small child in the ocean and saying, "swim *****". Down me and Maarten went anyway to find a spot, to be fair setting a buoy is fairly easy, but when you have tons of extra rope and no loose end I was kind of perplexed as to how I was meant to tie a knot. I can tie knots I guess ok but I was literally like, huh? Then we came up and there was a small knot at the top of the buoy which I was told was fine, apparently it wasn't and I had to undo it. The ...
We moved over to the new penthouse suite yesterday afternoon. Besides the 250 dead ants on the bathroom floor coming up through the bathroom cupboard, bathtub and all over my toiletries, it's not a bad place. We have had some news about Narpa taking a bad turn and he is currently in the vet, so we shall see what happens. One thing I have learned over the past week. Save your money and DO NOT visit Costa Rica. It's a dump, very expensive, dusty, hot (38c) and the ...
... it was utterly freezing, I was cold for 30 minutes AFTER I got out of the boat and I was sat in the sun. I had two wetsuits on and later a hood, which made it marginally better. BRR. We did our second dive with a group of DSD's which is a discover scuba dive. You still do pool work and so on but don't get certified. They were lovely but oh my. Does anyone remember that Chinese girl on my open water course? The one who had terrible buoyancy and basically attacked everything ...
... leaving tomorrow and had one last stop at Witch's Rock for Mahi Mahi tacos and El Gato Malo, my new favorite local brew. There was some sort of surf competition going on today so the beach was pretty crowded with lots of activity.
I made my way back over to Playa Grande for high tide, which was about 3-4pm and was excited to get one last day of surfing in. It turned out to be the perfect way to end ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking