La Marejada Hotel

200m Sur de Minae, Playa Grande, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 200m Sur de Minae, Playa Grande.
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    Around the Area

    A travel blog entry by gilmer on Feb 11, 2014

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    ... looked at me but did not bother to run away. There was a fence separating us so I was not able to approach them. They stayed to watch me for a short while and then left on their merry way to greener pastures... :)

    There are quite a few paths around the cottage property. The paths take you to different points of interest on the property - from the fish pond, to the abandoned chicken ...

    71-72: Night dives and Nights out ending in blood!

    A travel blog entry by blondesontour on Apr 16, 2013

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    ... t get in the house. Sebastian their housemate apparently wasn't in and Matt looked like he had been attacked by a horde of zombies (zombie apocalypse blood arm printed walls near the front gate buzzer still remain). Despite the fact my EFR training tells me to only touch people bleeding, provide mouth to mouth with barriers, I immediately slapped my hand over Matt's arm to put pressure on the wound whilst blood poured out of my hand. Lucky I'm not squeamish really. In the mean ...

    The real Costa Rica?

    A travel blog entry by afearonwood on Apr 05, 2013

    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 ...

    13-14: Spanish and a Beach Day (finally)

    A travel blog entry by blondesontour on Feb 16, 2013

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    ... great. On an upside of not diving and a downside of carrying 8 million cans in my shopping yesterday, my shoulder is absolute agony today. I managed to get two massages though off Guayo and Carlos, Carlos's was particularly good and was almost a professional one. The two combined really helped though! I told you I'm falling apart! I managed to get off marginally early so I did some shopping (FINALLY managed to find a nice skirt that wasn't ridiculously expensive) and went to the ...

    Last Day in Paradise

    A travel blog entry by kirklmiller on Dec 01, 2012

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    ... as everyone from Casa Camaleon was there, Mary, Rolf and Diana. I could even see Sharr and her family down the beach riding waves as the sun began to go down.

    My last day of surfing turned out to be my best as I caught a few good sized waves and rode them all the way in. Once you have this experience, you are truly addicted, as there is really nothing like it. It is an amazing zen-like experience that ...