The Blue Pelican

Playa San Miguel, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Playa San Miguel

92-93: Two very long days and my official guide

A travel blog entry by blondesontour

... taken some compass bearings so I aligned myself in what I thought was the right direction and basically prayed. We'd been swimming for a while and all I had seen was a little octopus in a hole to point out to my divers. I still had not seen the reef but then I saw this dark dark shape in front of me and it was the *******n reef! YES! I was so freaking happy. Then a few sharks just rocked up to help me out to making it what would technically be an awesome dive if I had ...

34-35: Navigation-I'm Blind!!!

A travel blog entry by blondesontour

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... of an earlier start as I usually do on a course day. Still getting knackered cycling to work, I'm beginning to think that I need to oil my bike again as it's way too much work at the moment! We started today by going through the knowledge reviews and I found it slightly concerning that I seemed to know more of the answers than a particular person who was doing his instructor part of the course. Not really concerning in terms of my learning, I have Martin who'll just tell us what ...

The only England fan in Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by paulandjo

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... to take any photos, but we found a video on YouTube of the same thing. I say "unwittingly" because the disclaimer form we blithely signed was in spanish and it turned out the tour lasted for 3 hours, and there wasn't just one, but 18 different zip-lines, the longest of which was a kilometer long and really bloody high up. Before I got the hang of it I ran out of steam on one lineand despite willing myself along, ground to a halt about 10 metres ...

Palo Verde

A travel blog entry by andrew_caroline

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It was easiest for us to get an expensive shuttle bus out of Monte Verde, but again we'd chosen a tricky place to get to. So we got the shuttle, but had to get off at Bagaces and wait for a taxi that was willing to take us to Palo Verde (the road isn’t very good and the taxi drivers that were at the bus stop wouldn’t take us). Still, it was definitely worth the effort getting there. The environment there was really different to ...

Lazy Rainy Day at the Rio

A travel blog entry by hollynjym

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... 8221; ideal has invaded this beautiful land and its people. This time I see people along the road and they don’t smile. They almost look at us like we are “them”. It is the same look and feeling I get in the Caribbean. I know people love cruising and visiting the Caribbean islands but I find them to be in a sad state…the wealthy Americans throwing up their fancy resorts and high end fancies and the local population barely making what ...

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2.50 of 5 stars Fair