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Travel Blogs from Playa Samara
... It is said that an enzyme in the drink holds
on to the alcohol and will release it when you step into the sun, even the next
day, just add sun and you become drunk again. I am not so sure about that part.
After walking through the “brewery” of palm trunks in the front yard of the bar
we ordered a glass each of Coyol. It tasted very nice, light and bubbly, kind
of like champagne. Very refreshing. ...
... Rica is ranked very highly in the best places to live in the world. Partly it is thought that this is due to the excellent free healthcare and education system. Even prescriptions and university is free. Work is also tax-free. The way the country can afford to do this is because there is no army in CR. also, the gas and electricity is government run.
We boarded a boat at the perimeter of Tortuguero national park and toured the waterways through mangrove swamps for ...
... t get in the house. Sebastian their housemate apparently wasn't in and Matt looked like he had been attacked by a horde of zombies (zombie apocalypse blood arm printed walls near the front gate buzzer still remain). Despite the fact my EFR training tells me to only touch people bleeding, provide mouth to mouth with barriers, I immediately slapped my hand over Matt's arm to put pressure on the wound whilst blood poured out of my hand. Lucky I'm not squeamish really. In the mean ...
Day 9: So glad I went home at a semi reasonable hour last night. Alcohol, heat and no sleep do not mix well! I ended up getting a bit later than usual and walked in with Lee, we were literally about to be late. This at rich coast means you're automatically doing the close that night. Thankfully Carlos and his brother pulled up and gave us a lift just as I was about to attempt to hitchhike! Today I had my buoyancy dive which basically entails you having to do some exercises ...
... 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 ...
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed