Hotel Vista de Olas
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Vista de Olas Mal Pais
Our stay was wonderful! The owner Roger and his sons were especially fun! In fact, the entire staff was great. The villa was beautiful...the pool area and sunsets are beyond beautiful, and we made some great friends!
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... enter, Ali the "taxi driver", takes us to the check points, drops Lukes board twice, takes us to the taxi, asks for tips, board in the front seat,
Luke and I crammed in the back...Nicaragua here we come...
1. Banana Beach
2. Watching the Sunsets from the Hammock @ Banana Beach
3. Hearing 'don't worry be happy' every night at sunset
4. Cooking at the hostel
5. The beautiful night sky with the most amazing stars at night
... off at 7am for the 90 minute bumpy ride across to the eastern side to the peninsula to catch the 9am ferry back to Puntarenas. We were so close, one final turn in the road to reach the ferry terminal and the road was blocked. A lorry and a car had crashed into each other and were refusing to move. We couldn't get past. So we missed the ferry. Frustrating. The next ferry - 1pm. A 4 hour wait!! So we made the most of it, we sat in (basically someone's front garden!) ...
... have been funny to move my sandals and make me think they got stolen. So, he went to go get my sandals he hid and they were really gone. Someone really stole them. It was kind of a bummer because they were my favorite sandals and I had them for 5 years. It wasn't a big deal because either way I should have listened to Brian and not left them on the beach even if Greg did move them. After looking for my sandals we loaded up and Brian took us to a ...
... plane was once someone's apartment, but now it serves as the bar for the restaurant, and the wings are part of the open-air roof. We didn't eat, but took several pictures.
Back in the car, we traveled down, down, down to the touristy area just outside the park. Our Spanish Hacienda of a hotel was a five-minute walk to the entrance. Jose unloaded our suitcases and bid us goodbye until Sunday. ...
I took a ton of pictures during my beach walk towards Mal Pais. It was low tide and incredible rock formations that were underwater in the morning were now fully exposed. Fortunately, the sun came out for a few hours and provided a nice, natural light for taking photos. ...