The Hideaway Hotel Playa Samara
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Playa Samara
... season (8 months of the year) the roads are impassable.
Samara is considered one of the last real “Tico” beach towns, and although it is sure a cutie, it is far from “local”. Still, it has been my favorite beach so far for many reasons. First off, it’s compact without being too small. There are many bars and resto’s on the beach (something missing from Montezuma), some of which boast free beach ...
... ride Tito the Toro. uhhhh....that depends...am i understanding you correctly in spanish?
-the mud baths were awesome. as we took the trail heading back to the volcano, there were mud baths everywhere...bubbling little cauldrons of mud. of course the minute the guide told us they took away wrinkles...well, let the spreadin' begin. Gordito joined in as well...i think he thought the wrinkles in his tummy would disappear.
-and of ...
It was a very rainy morning; I sat on the porch and read,
listening to the rain, as I waited for Tanya and Carmen. They two pulled up in
Tanya’s beat up old Toyota and spilled out of the car to greet me. It had been
two weeks since I had seen Tanya and I had only met Carmen once, but this trip
to the beach was a rare event for the two women and they were very happy to
have me as an excuse to go! I stuffed my ...
... a little bit of encouragement and BOOM she was awesome again. [Still, laughing so much here hahaha.]
Again, in true Fenton family style, the next day we might have been a little bit cocky with each other and maaaay have been trying to show off catching the biggest waves as we used the hard boards (they teach you on the soft boards first.) So there she went, paddling hard with her arms to catch this big wave… everything ...
... when they saw the paintings. I think most of us are getting used to the hot weather and it is becoming normal to be hot and sweaty all day long! Us girls slept in the tents last night and I'm not sure why but here in Costa Rica the roosters like to crow at 3 in the morning, and the dogs like to bark all night, hopefully we can tune out these noises tonight! I can't believe our time here is almost done and I hope we can learn a lot more and help more people these next few ...