Hotel Samara Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Woke up at 5 and then had to shift sand for the hatchery. We then cleared grass and mud for a pathway in the camp with machetes spades and takes. Had breakfadt at 8 and then went surfing. Was so rough and hard but getting pointers fromy leader later which will be good. Spent the day surfing and also helped patch up the hatchery as the cows destroyed it. I then went surfing with ...
... sprouted legs, and began to run away! Confused and startled I stepped on the
shoulder strap of the bag, the women returned and scooped the bag up. She
unzipped the bag to reveal a chicken, she offered it some water from a dish she
had gone to fill while I was supposed to be watching the bag, before stuffing
it back in and zipping it up to its neck. The bus arrived for Upala, I climbed
on and paid the driver, sleepily found a window seat and daydreamed for the
drive back. ...
... crowds were
pulled up to Cerrillo beach and parked under the palms, we unloaded our things
to a cement picnic table and headed out to the sand to enjoy the sun before it
got too high in the sky. We laid on the beach resting and chatting, taking
breaks to swim, for a couple hours before moving up to the shade of the palms. It
was a lovely relaxing day. We had a lunch of fruit and a typical ...
... black following each other. Castor switched on his red torch ( like a rear bike light which the turtle can't see so she wouldn't be disturbed) and we saw a huge green turtle covering her eggs. She was about 150kgs and over a metre in length and width. It seemed a real struggle to cover the eggs with her back flippers, she kept grunting then pausing for a rest. She had just laid around 120 eggs over a period of 1.5 hours though so not surprising really. We had to move ...
... with a bellow of "Pura F★★★★★ 733; Vida!" The reward for successful hikers is a swim in a refreshing green lagoon at the peak where little fish nibble at your dead skin, an especially useful feature for the severely sunburnt and peeling Aslak who encouraged them to "Come mi".
On to the second day of activities where we tried our hand at some zip lining through the forest with two very entertaining Tico guides. It was everything you ...