Occidental Grand Papagayo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsOccidental Grand Papagayo Gulf of Papagayo
alittle small but very relaxing resort.
wonderful staff & food.
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... al confine tra tasse, uffici chiusi e timbri di uscita ed entrata.
Ma tutto è bene quel che finisce bene, siamo in Nicaragua sulla strada verso l’omonimo lago e la bellissima isola di Ometepe, i prezzi dopo aver passato il confine si sono più che dimezzati, il prurito delle punture è diventato quasi sopportabile e noi siamo pronti per esplorare altri meravigliosi posti in questo nostro ultimo mese di viaggio.
There are many places around the world ...
92: Typically the day I HAVE to dive I actually feel worse then the other days. Deep joy. So I was not really a happy bunny this morning to be honest. Either way I was on the boat and getting ready to dive oh and I'm going to be navigating today. Super happy. By some sheer miracle I managed to get down at Estudientes extremely congested. Thankfully it's around 6m and a bit above for the most part so I think that probably helped when I was descending. Maarten is doing his tec ...
... time completely on my own, eeh. I'm also taking a 6 year old and a 7 year old in my group, THE RESPONSIBILITY!! We got to the first site, Tortuga, where I knew there was a shark cave. However it is like 6m down and I was the only one who could free dive and I didn't think I would be able to find it again anyway. One of the kids lost their fins so I had to free dive down quickly and grab it before it was lost in deep water. Thankfully there wasn't much current today so I took ...
... to be greeted at the gate by two smiling basenjis, Mati and Moto, and one smiling guy, Dave ... It was like going to an uncles house and knowing we were going to be taken care of.
The drive from pacific coast to the central valley was fairly uneventful. The roads were normal, the views of Lake Arenal were spectacular and then when we got our first view of Volcán Arenal, it was ...
... Lodge Anandamaya is a private reserve sanctuary belonging to the indigenous Maleku Indians. It consists of a hotel, walking trails, and generally serene surroundings, dedicated to promoting responsible, sustainable tourism. Visitors are invited to "open their hearts to the beauty of the place, its simplicity, the bird's songs, the wind, and the peaceful atmosphere. You’re on sacred territory."