Hotel Samara Pacific Lodge
Travel Blogs from Playa Samara
... the chain, I look down and see all this bright red on the bike seat...what is that? oh, its blood dripping off my hand. Somehow I had sliced my finger open and with the adrenaline, didn't even notice. I could see it was deep and needed a tourniquet to stop the bleeding. My only choice, the sarong from the hotel. Not only am I ready to drop, but I am now one handed. I'm really afraid Robin is going to pass out. I keep telling myself don't panic. I'm the strong one and the ...
Costa Rica, the final instalment.
Soon after my last blog, we experienced the must-do activity in Monteverde, the canopy and zip-lining tour with 100% Aventura. You could tell that this was one of the most popular activities here, as it wasn't like any of the other tours that we’ve been on with the personal touch of a really friendly guide. Here it was just so efficient, and boom, boom, boom. After the safety briefing we were off on ...
... make me cry if we don't so please please please. To humor my mom, Costa Rica as of yet has been pretty cool. Surfing is fun until the waves are too rough to go anywhere, pretty sure my ribs are bruised. It's a miracle when we tore mom out because she is a machine and it drives me cray cray. We're just about the half way point in our trip and I will for sure be happy to be home when we get there, although I am enjoying the sun and the shopping. That's it. ...
... the rolling waves of the ocean put it to a revamped version of "Row Row Row Your Boat" (Paddle Paddle Paddle your Kayak) and you have a comedy on your hands.
When we arrived at the island the students immediately took off to collect shells and look for specimen in the tide pools (they were scientists and didn't even know it. I told you I would sneak learning in when they weren't looking). They were sorely disappointed when I informed them that the island ...
... Alberto drove us over to the tubing area, where we were combined with a few other tours (about 20 people in total). We were expecting tubing to be like the Lazy River at a waterpark, but on the way we were told that our flip flops may come off in the rapids but we weren't prepared with any other footwear -- the other people with us seemed to have gotten the memo or at least knew what they signed up for. So, we were a little nervous as we walked with our ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking