The Blue Pelican

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

Volcano wonderland 3-5 July

A travel blog entry by jones2000 on Jul 03, 2013

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... ages! On the way we were singing cowboy songs,we also saw some wildlife like beautiful birds! My horse was called Barrhhrit'ho she was very pretty and could sometimes get a bit mad if some one took her place in line but we could go two by two sometimes and we were all laughing and having cowboy jokes! Our guide didn't speak much English but he really didn't have to because mum spoke a lot of Spanish! I look forward to doing more riding in the ...

38-39: my first time snorkel guiding

A travel blog entry by blondesontour on Mar 14, 2013

6 photos

... swam off super fast which meant everyone was racing to keep up with him, I was tired so they must have been too. Julian took us to an area where there are sharks in a cave and showed everyone where they were. For the life of me I could not see them and I went down about 6 times, fail! The others also saw a stingray whilst I was waiting for a girl to swim back because she got cold and needed a wetsuit. So I think they were pretty happy ...

Pura Vida

A travel blog entry by rachelniewiada on Jun 22, 2012


... to let out, which will determine the difficulty of the river that day. Today, the river was a level 3 on a scale of 1 to 5, 5 being the hardest. The five of us from our G Adventures tour easily had the bestest raft. Anytime we made it through really rough waters, we would all stick our paddles in the air and hit each other's (picture high-fiving with paddles) twice and then slap the water really hard (which created a noise similar to a gunshot). We called it the ...

Palo Verde

A travel blog entry by andrew_caroline on Dec 28, 2011

20 photos

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 ...

Finalmente Pura Vida!

A travel blog entry by erika-rodrigo on Nov 05, 2011

2 comments, 25 photos

... ground. He took us on a walk through the forest we saw 3 different frog species, ate from a guava tree, saw horses and admired the intricate green and wood architecture of the rainforest. This place was exactly what we needed to start our adventure and ended up being our favourite.

Zipline Canopy Tour, La Fortuna
We couldn't pass up swinging across meters of cable high through the Costa Rican canopy. We signed up on an impulse for a ...