Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica at Peninsula Papagayo
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFour Seasons Resort Costa Rica at Peninsula Papagayo Gulf of Papagayo
We stayed for 4 days and had a fabulous time!! Dined in multiple areas of the resort - each was perfect. Allt the staff was very friendly and always willing to help with anything. Wouldn't travel any other way!
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TripAdvisor Reviews Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica at Peninsula Papagayo Gulf of Papagayo
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... of diving in Honduras definitely outweighed any border crossing challenges - short video attached. So, the next country to see was Nicaragua. The scheduled 12 hour bus journey to Granada was interrupted and prolonged by another hour when we came to the village of Trinidad as they were celebrating their annual fiesta. This required some two thousand cowboys on horseback to strut their stuff along the 'main' road and of course to halt traffic in all directions, encourage all ...
... else if you're going to fast because you could make both of you really ill and then there's no one to help either of you. I asked him why he only had 400 air. He told me that he'd LIED to me when I asked before and he knew he was on 500 but he thought that was fine because we were only at 20ft. I was like, no, no, NO. I told him that he should never, ever come up with less than 750. I explained to him that if we were deeper and HAD to make a 3 minute safety stop then ...
... changed (tents bigger than anticipated) and got into the pool. We decided to go out for lunch, and had a pretty good meal. Then it started raining really hard, so we stayed inside for about an hour, and had chocolate brownies which were amazing. There isn't much chocolate in Costa Rica, so it was a treat! We went to the hot springs in the evening, which was really nice and we could bring our own drink and food so we made a night of it. Went home, ...
... farm houses painted bright colours, and since it was a Saturday, lots of people congregated on front porches, playing in parks and riding bicycles. This flat land soon gave way to the Cordillera Central mountains and we wound up and up the hills to Zarcero, a quaint agricultural centre with a reputation for organic and dairy farming. Terraces of vegetables clung to the steep hillsides, with cows sprinkled around the upper pastures to create a scene reminiscent ...
... br> In town, Alain goes to search for a hotel while we go have dinner. To search for a place to camp, we ride 2km out of town and find a spot in a field. It’s very quiet and the temperature is nice, so we are excited about getting a good night’s rest.
Day 96 (3/23/11): 69km
Not even 5:30am and we are woken up by the sound of footsteps outside our tent. Yannick sits up and says good morning to ...