- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in Samara around 5am in order to catch the 5:30am local bus back to Nicoya in order to catch the next bus to Liberia and hopefully be there in Liberia in time to make our 9:30 TicaBus to the border. That all went relatively well, with a couple of hiccups and after the 3 hour process of getting through the border and then dropped off in Rivas, Nicaragua, we backtracked by taxi to our first Nica destination.
The beach town of San Juan Del ...
... guide simply told us what time she had made supper reservations. It was kind of a waste having made the walk back to the hotel only to find out what time supper was going to be. We still hadn't had a real meal since breakfast so we decided to skip the group dinner and do our own thing. We made the long walk back to town and went to one of the restaurants that one of the guys in our group recommended. It was a classier place which was a nice change. We ...
... br> We were
hoping to make it to Samara in time for sunset but out hunger got the better of
us and we stopped at a bar restaurant with an outstanding view. We sat on the
porch of the restaurant and looked out over the rolling hills. I was proud to
be able to casually order my meal and drink without having to ask for help and
the waiter understood me the first time. Carmen showed me a new way to enjoy
... door ramp that lowers to load cargo and out the back was a huge kind of wooden tree house on 2 levels where the restaurant was. The view of a lush green valley leading to the sea was spectacular, everyone that we saw arriving all said 'wow' when they saw it.
After this we went for drinks at a place recommended to us. We stayed for just one expensive drink because we couldnt bear the dreadful singer anymore. It was funny at first and we thought he was just enthusiastic ...
... to the "super moon" the waves were, well, super. Which is nice for the local surfers, but not as conducive to learning the art form. It's never a very good sign when you see the locals swimming out with their four foot long boards. That's when I know I should go put my fifteen foot board away. So while the instructors and students did their very best for a short while, Choco called it a day before the lesson was over. After his ...