Playa Grande Park Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... pasture to a processing warehouse and a beautiful hilltop lodged. This farm was also an agro-eco-tourism venture. They were growing cacao in the agro-ecological manner by integrating it into a forest of productive trees in addition to the tilapia ponds. On the tourism side of things they had a row of beautiful cabins along the top of the horse pasture, overlooking the whole farm and the volcano in all her glory…when ...
... back pools with lounge chairs in them. So we headed back to the room, put our sunblock on and headed to the beach! The sand is black and super hot, but the water was perfect with some gentle waves.
Then, we came back to our room and tried out the jacuzzi on our terrace -- we grabbed two bohemias (beers) and hung out for a bit before dinner. Our dinner choice in retrospect was a little off, I don't think ...
... dangerous and terrible. I can honestly say that this is one of the worst trips I have been on and I can't wait to go home. I am so disappointed, it's unbelievable. I can't for the life of me understand why anyone would recommend a visit here. I've hardly seen any wildlife and have only taken about 300 photos in a week. Anyway, worrying if we will have to put down our cat while we are here surely doesn't help matters. I would love a damp rainy day in Sidney about ...
... because it was finally the day of my shark speciality dives today. Then I got to the shop and found it had been moved to Monday. Instead I'm doing emergency first response which is definitely less exciting. I felt like a bit of an idiot always giving my responder statement (hello, my name is Sarah. I'm an emergency responder, may I help you?) especially because people kept making me laugh. Julian was basically our test dummy for this, he is the ...
... to describe when you are sitting in the middle of the ocean on a board and the sun is going down on a coast like Costa Rica. One of those lifetime experiences I will never forget.
Later, after surfing, I made my way over to say goodbye to Rolf and Diana, my new friends from Switzerland. It will be great to keep in touch and read about their travels and adventures. Mary and I made one last trip to the ...