The Hideaway Hotel Playa Samara
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Travel Blogs from Playa Samara
... 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 ...
... he was in his own world just making songs up whilst playing the keyboard out of time and we could only take so much of it!
That night there was the most spectacular storm and I spent over 2 hours watching it from bed. I woke Del at one point because I could hear a noise outside the patio door and was convinced someone was trying to break in but he assured me it was a branch of a tree. There was a gap between the curtain and the floor and I kept leaning over Del to ...
... I would have thought she would never have dived before, her and the guy who'd been diving loads had terrible buoyancy and spent the entire dive kicking everything in site. I literally wanted to drown them because they were destroying pretty much everything in site and at one point the girl disturbed a huge stingray and it shot right at me at lightening speed. Thanks! I had to do safety stops with the two male divers and one of them shot to the surface so I had to ...
... nightfall. We walked to a "restaurant" which was a good distance away that was recommended to us by some locals. It consisted of maybe four tables outside on a gravel area and inside was a few more tables and a bar. The owner and his family live right here and the bedroom is literally off to the side of the bar. Here the people live very, very simply with not much in the way of extras. Actually, it can be a very good life – their priority is family ...
... cats, raccoons, and sometimes (legally) people feast on the turtle eggs as they are being laid or right afterward. The eggs and the very fragile resulting babies are a huge part of the food chain here. Circle of life.
We walked maybe a quarter of the protected refuge as the Sun began to set and then decided to settle on a large driftwood log to wait for the turtles to arrive.
It was just after 5pm when we got an unexpected surprise. ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking