Lodge las Ranas
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Travel Blogs from Playa Samara
... beach for a while and then stopped and had a drink at one of the beach bars where we met Alberto and Carly who told us all about Samara.
There are several bars and restaurants right on the beach and after exploring more we stopped at another and had a drink with chips and guacamole. The breeze is wonderfully refreshing – but once you leave the beach and go back to the main street it’s like being in an oven. Something we will have to get used ...
... 100 pics from our trip that were taken by Luis, who had paddled alongside us in a kayak for the express purpose of taking photographs. Gotta love these enterprising Costa Ricans and the many ways they have come up with to serve tourists. Perhaps we will be able to post some of those pics when we get home, if they are any good. We had paved roads (yay!) all the way to the little beach town of Playa Samara, which was good because it allowed us to make good time ...
... option would be to take the "beach road". It was far shorter in miles and time, but a bit "rougher".
This was one of the most beautiful drives we had ever taken - including some gems in the high country in Colorado. The all-dirt road was sketchy in many places. Seriously steeps (up and downs), hair pin corners, no guard-rails with super steep cliffs and right next to the roads. The other interesting obstacle ...
... pode, nos dá o troco em moedas miúdas que trannformam em sacas os bolsos das calças; tem as filas antes da entrada no autocarro; não há pica, o condutor acumula as funções de cobrança e condução; existem plataformas para cadeiras de roda; existe um botão de “Stop”, a grande inovação face aos últimos, vá lá, dez países onde estive. Ninguém usa as guelas para parar o autocarro!;
Bem, percebemos também, desde logo que, a existência de ...
... br> On our way in we saw some very cool looking orange and purple crabs. On our way out we saw bunches of hermit crabs and stumbled on a waterfall that had been inaccessible when the tide was higher. As we left the kids took turns swinging on some vines like Tarzan.
We stopped at the local version of a mini mart on our way home and bought milk, bread and ice cream bars shaped like doughnuts made by a company called Dos Pinos (Two Pines). ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking