Playa Grande Surf Hotel

Main road into Playa Grande estate, Playa Grande, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Playa Grande

Day 3

A travel blog entry by hcasaintsmt2014

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... of the petroglyphs were carvings of the sun, alligators, and deer. They often used these as warnings, signs, or directions of the land. Just as we were turning to leave the scene, we discovered that we were locked out of the van! Oops! This took no time at all to remedy because the people here are so helpful and resourceful. Our translators, Yikson and Toly, and our guide, Alfredo, unlocked the van using a wire and a shoelace! We continued on our journey to ...

The real Costa Rica?

A travel blog entry by afearonwood

... 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 ...

54-55: A great dive & the dolphin visit

A travel blog entry by blondesontour

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... around us and then 2-3 feet away from us under the boat swimming, we were so lucky and it was really special. I've obviously seen dolphins before and up close but only from a distance in the wild so this was amazing for me. I was super happy. P.s. yes that is me being an absolute **** on the dolphin video, obviously. After work I went home and went with Jade to Nicole's to finally do our washing (our machine is still broken, shocker). We loaded it ...

Last Day in Paradise

A travel blog entry by kirklmiller

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... as everyone from Casa Camaleon was there, Mary, Rolf and Diana. I could even see Sharr and her family down the beach riding waves as the sun began to go down.

My last day of surfing turned out to be my best as I caught a few good sized waves and rode them all the way in. Once you have this experience, you are truly addicted, as there is really nothing like it. It is an amazing zen-like experience that ...

Volcano Fail

A travel blog entry by georgiemoule

... to us, saying he was giving us a discount on the tent because of the change of plan. He didn't. Then, perhaps most bizarrely, the hostel used its own exchange rate of colones (local currency) to dollars, meaning it was cheaper to pay for the hostel in dollars, ostensibly because they use a US bank which charges a fee to convert currency..none of us had dollars. So safe to say, our first half hour in La Fortuna wasn't a happy one. It got better once ...

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