Hotel Samara Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travel Blogs from Playa Samara
... food took so long, despite the fact that everybody else in the restaurant had long been served their carcasses ... uh ... I mean food. But that didn't explain some of the other oddities of the night ...
The fact that the fish wasn't served with any starch was odd, since the squid was essentially served with two starches, counting both the rice and the enema that was its bread stuffing. And there wasn't ...
... raining, which was so nice because the springs were hot and the rainwater was cold. Words can't even describe how amazing it was. Definitely a once in a lifetime experience. Oh! And I saw a toucan! That was pretty cool. The wifi at this hotel is terrible so all the pictures that I've been trying to post haven't uploaded. But between all of us on the trip, we have some great pictures. Can't wait for tomorrow. íPura vida Costa ...
... was around the curve. Could it be? Yep, 2 hours, several miles, 1 broken bike, and a sliced finger later, we were home. I left the bike in the rack, walked up to the hotel front desk with the bloody sarong and hand out stretched. All eyes were on us as we must have looked like zombies from hell. Within minutes we both dropped our shorts and fell into the pool (yes we had suits on). I didn't care that I had blood all over...I just needed instant cooling relief.
... as my dad would say, and my "woohoo" screams turned into little scared yelps. All alone out there, high above the canopy it really was surreal… the views were absolutely incredible, and seeing our shadows way down below, we looked like tiny birds flying.
The two superman lines were definitely the best, and they seemed to go on forever! The 360 degree view from the line was unbelievable! Flying down the last zipline ...
I was very sad to say goodbye to everyone at the school. You meet a bunch of cool people. Teachers teach you a language and then boom, 5 days later everyone is peacing out. I think that is one of the difficult things about traveling alone. The only people that you can talk to and do stuff with come and go on a weekly basis. I learned so much in Playa Flamingo! I went from not being able to comprehend basic phrases to constructing complete sentences. I ...