Hotel Samara Pacific Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Playa Samara
... made our way through the canopy via the ziplines, a really quick rappel which burnt my thumbs through the glove, some hanging bridges and then one long hike up to the top of the mountain to reach the longest zip line in Latin America! Just short of a mile, 1590m long, with a flying time of about 1 minute 40 seconds in the air! The two longest lines that the company had were both done in the Superman position… i.e. NO HANDS! Instead of using ...
It was such a good job we had a 4x4 as the road to Samara from Tamarindo was virtually unpaved the whole way. It was the bumpiest road yet, winding through forests, jungles, coastal paths and up huge hills. Each time we saw locals driving a normal car we couldn't believe how they ever got anywhere as they have to go really slow.
We stayed in a hotel on the outskirts of Samara on the Pacific coast. The hotel Samara Sol was simple but clean and didn't have any bugs in it at ...
... the students that we could have five on the field and then one of the kids. Little did I know that Neil could probably be signed on a professional team at the ripe old age of 9. He ran circles around me- literal circles and scored way too often. We had a pretty impressive set of students that had what could be described as "mad skillz." It was great to watch them play.
From paddling to punting (wait, that's the wrong kind of football...) we had a fun filled day! ...
... she has ever tasted,
and right next door a computer shop run by the charming, English speaking
Syrian owner of the hotel where we could buy a new mouse for the laptop. He
even offered a discount after chatting to him for a while about our travels in
his home country. Plus, plus, plus! The mouse I had originally bought for the
new laptop had decided to die and I have a pathological hate of laptop
touchpads, so a new one was needed. Problem solved.
... our place.
The most northern building holds a one bedroom and bathroom suite with an attached kitchen. To access the kitchen you have to go outside and to the south side of the building. The center building is a "rancho", an outdoor living room. It is equipped with huge outdoor couches, a coffee table, adirondack chairs, a bar and a fridge and freezer. It sits directly above our infinity pool and has gorgeous views of the Pacific, ...