The Sanctuary Resort & Spa

Address: Nicoya, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nicoya

Life Lessons from Brownies and Billiards

A travel blog entry by sakkevin1 on Aug 07, 2014

... and that was you have to visualize the picture. Its pretty ironic that I dropped that 4 hour class after two sessions but still retained a random important wisdom from it. Teachings come from many things and many angles but the only variable is your decision to receive them. I started making every kind of shot possible banks, rails, fulltable, even tried a couple of hop shots. We had a five game series that can only ...

Adventure on the West Coast of Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by shannond on May 11, 2014

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... the road. I'd rather get hit by a car than come in contact with a snake ... luckily there were very few cars we came into contact with on that road.
We were headed to Samara, where we'd stay for the night. About 5km out of town, we came across a river that went across the road where we needed to go. For our little Yaris, it was hard to tell if we'd make it through. We waited to see someone else drive through, which was in a 4x4 and there was no way we'd ever make it ...

First few weeks of voluntary work.

A travel blog entry by marinaa on Jan 24, 2014

... lullabies. Others sound more like a frog. Every bird has something special.

The one project that makes me feel like I really help the community is 'Blue flag Activity: Santa Anna School'. Blue flag means that something is 'good' for nature. At the school we're making a recycling system in an old shed. The children at the Santa Anna school will learn how to recycle and why it is important to recycle. But that's not all. All the neighboring villages can recycle ...

Journey to the jungle–Lake Arenal and beyon

A travel blog entry by afearonwood on Apr 02, 2013

- dangerous highways, and at night -ox cart and little boy - cattle crossing one lane bridge - very humid but comfortable temps - green everywhere. - cicadas and frogs cacophony high pitch - hanging bridges walk - agouti, iguana, leaf cutter ants, montezuma oropenola, caracara, slaty-tailed trogon, white-faced monkey, white-nosed coati We had quite the adventures today. We drove to Arenal Hanging bridges about four hours east of here and hiked through ...

Costa Rica - east to west

A travel blog entry by panamericalandy on Dec 19, 2012

1 comment, 40 photos

... N9
38.602 W82 41.122), a lovely spot on the beach looking out to sea with palms
all round (but NOT overhead in the firing line of a potentially lethal falling
coconut – some 2000 deaths occur annually from people being hit on the head by
falling coconuts!) We had no facilities but as usual had plenty of water for
drinking and washing and a discrete hole dug in the bush way back from the
beach and properly covered afterwards is acceptable for one ...