Blue Surf Sanctuary

Address: Santa Teresa~ Mal Pais, Santa Teresa, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Santa Teresa~ Mal Pais, Santa Teresa.
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    Costa del Costa Rica

    A travel blog entry by vagabonddrift on Jan 02, 2015

    1 comment, 121 photos

    ... and tourists), however the town was still relatively small and nice with seemingly independent smoothie bars and restaurants offering all types of cuisine. It felt great to be staying right across the road from a surf beach so we wasted no time in hiring a fun 6'6" fat railed board. Tamarindo has a huge long beach with hundreds of beginners who have no idea where there boards are going, so we hopped on a boat and went across the river to Playa Grande where we were almost the ...

    Surf and No Vacancy

    A travel blog entry by gkmadventures on May 17, 2014

    5 photos

    ... right. Yay! We walked 100meters and sure enough we were at the Buena Vista Condominiums. Not at all what we were looking for. Mind you we were carrying around our backpacks this whole time and it was about 8:30pm. I honestly thought we were going to trying to stay awake all night. Finally a taxi driver that we declined after talking to him about Buena vista earlier stopped saying Buena Vista?? We said Si and we asked how much and he said $1 so, we took his offer. He ...

    More Beautiful Days....

    A travel blog entry by crashvic37 on Feb 24, 2014

    7 photos

    ... for a mid-afternoon luncheon at Que Comemos, a lovely little restaurant just north of Parrita. Pito, the owner remembered me and welcomed us. The lunch began with hot tortilla chips and a big bowl of fresh guacamole. As we ate the entrees, several tractors went by on the dusty road, pulling trailers full of watermelons. They are grown just down the road. Pito gifted us with one just picked, as we said goodbyes.

    While driving across the one-lane steel ...

    Days 43-45 a rafting adventure

    A travel blog entry by ai_firestone on Nov 13, 2013

    ... in the clear water. The next day we hiked (and got a little bruised from falling on slippery rocks) to the natural waterslide, where we spent a while having fun with the camera, trying to get some good shots. This slide was great fun, and while our bodies did pay for it later- was well worth the hike! On the way back our guide said we could take a small detour to another waterfall to get a couple of good shots while he started ...

    So many things....!!!!!

    A travel blog entry by ut15 on May 13, 2013

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... so the nursed place cut up trash bags over the windows so the family and patient can have some "privacy"
    There are some many, what I call realities, that we forget about. I sometime feel guilty from coming from so much and these children have so little yet they are so happy. The look so happy when you give them a pencil or sticker or something of that nature.
    I wish I could write more but I have class now.
    Love to you all!