The Hideaway Hotel Playa Samara
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... or so in the pool, we came back to life, showered and walked over to a nearby hotel, The Hideaway for a delicious dinner and a bottle of wine. I think Robin fell asleep by 7:30. I sat on the balcony overlooking the twinkling white lights of the pool/restaurant and listened to soothing sounds of bossa nova. My reality for the day, I'll never be a contestant on the Amazing Race.
Lessons learned for the day: Always carry first aid, a phone and local phone numbers with you.
meals or go into town…but who cares, it’s a free room at a beautiful tropical
resort, I’ll eat PB&J for a few days! And I will have the place to myself?!
Peace and quiet at the base of Volcano Miravalles! It may be hard to go back to
the bustle and heat of Upala. I do still have the invites to Siempre Verde,
Carmensita’s family coffee farm, Estevan beach house and ...
... it before you go, the extent of the drop was completely unexpected and then the bungee ropes catch your fall just as your tummy about reaches your chest and it swings you so high and fast that you really do feel like the jungle man himself. Such a thrill!!!
I went before Sal, and all she could hear were my screams of excitement as I flew through the air and then swung back and forth a couple of times. Then it was Sal’s turn and I ...
... point we went through some huge puddles covering the whole road when the car suddenly stopped in the middle and the wheels started spinning. Del was urging the car on and I honestly thought we were going to be stuck in an almost lake in the middle of nowhere. After a few seconds the car got traction and we were relieved. We turned a corner and saw the 'road' was almost entirely covered in foliage. It didn't seem right, it couldn't possibly be correct but we carried on at ...
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Because of the time it took to get everyone back to the mainland and transport a group of our size, to say that we were a bit behind was an understatement. We needed to scramble to get back to the hotel, change, head to the restaurant for lunch, and then quickly make our way to the school. It kind of felt like the amazing race, pit stop, detour, and all. The students did an amazing job of being quick about things and they did make it to ...