Clandestino Beach Resort

5 Km este desde la entrada a Playa Palo Seco, Parrita, Province of Puntarenas, 6000, Costa Rica | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Parrita

78- Lions and Tigers and Poison Dart Frogs, Oh My!

A travel blog entry by millhousers

54

... but I hadn't gone 100 feet when a loud clap of thunder boomed in the clouds right above me. It was sunny--I would never have suspected a storm was brewing. But indeed did it storm. The rains had finally come.

After an hour deluge, the skies cleared again and the whole family set off for an afternoon hike. We hadn't even made it to the trailhead, when Vivian started clamoring to be carried. To deter the inevitable, Paul and I swung ...

Back to the Beach Shack

A travel blog entry by stacek68

10

... grass but predominantly black, volcanic sand - just like the beaches. The town itself is 10 kms away and has changed dramatically since my first visit some 27 years ago.

Morgan has already become a Saprisista (a supporter of one of the 2 San Jose football teams) and they went down 3-1 yesterday. He enjoyed watching the game with Papa, Gerardo and Albero (an uncle who came with us). We had fish head soup for dinner ...

Days 3,4,5

A travel blog entry by crashvic37

5

... to move the palm branches. Everything seems a constant here, as the waves roll and crash and the tide comes and goes, hour after hour. I walked a mile south on the hard-packed sand, while the ends of the waves covered my feet, before they turned and headed back to sea. The stroll back would yield 4 sand dollars. The Pacific shoreline was all mine this morning and the sun was becoming hotter and higher with each passing minute

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Got my walking shoes on!

A travel blog entry by ashleysblog

... to use for Skype only to find it wasn’t compatible with my Mac. The package was opened so I figured it might be kind of difficult. Well I first went to the customer service counter to try and explain the reason for my return. She then told me to go to the electronics department to again explain my reason for returning the item. After he approved the return I was sent back to the customer service counter to get my money back! I was ...

Quepos, Manuel Antonio National Park, San José

A travel blog entry by emelie78

1
21

... local way. Again the only option was a colectivo to Peņas Blancas where that bus dropped us off. Then we needed to stand in a long queue to get our exit stamp for Costa Rica, then walk about 15mins and then queue again to get our entry stamp for Nicaragua. It all went well, just took a long time. Entering Nicaragua we had to pay 12usd each however the daily budget should be much lower in Nicaragua than any of the countries we have visited so far. Since we were doing the crossing ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on 5 Km este desde la entrada a Playa Palo Seco, Parrita, is near Tortuga Island.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding