Travel Blogs from Playa San Miguel
... fast, exhilarating, beautiful scenery and a quite constraining harness (if you know what I mean lads). When that was over, it was a short jaunt over to the Baldi Hot Springs where we spent the day floating around in these naturally heated pools and flinging ourselves down some waterslides which health and safety clearly have not had the chance to check yet. All in all it made for a pretty satisfying day.
That night though was the first that Aslak and I did not spend ...
... to lift the bag and then started to swim it up. We also saw a guitar shark on the way up which I'm sure I would have appreciated way more if I hadn't been in the early stages of hypothermia. Lifting the bag all went ok actually but when I got to the surface it kept sinking and I thought I wasn't meant to use my air to lift it. So there I was under the water trying to signal than it was sinking and I needed air before discovered I could have used mine. Special. I managed to drag ...
... up muddy footprints.
Among the most useful things we brought were selective foodstuffs. 6 oz. envelopes of Bisquick made pancakes for breakfast and will serve as base for dinner tonight. I piled a greased 8" pyrex dish with onions, a garlic bulb, chunks of ring sausage, and vegetables on hand: a garlic bulb, half a red pepper, somecelery, some cilantro (why not?) half a tomato, piece of carrot. This evening I will pour over a mixture ...
... places we’d been in Costa Rica, as it was hot and dry there, almost reminiscent of home in some ways. We spent our days here taking ourselves for walks and each time we went out we saw something different. We saw a massive oriole snake, that was at least 2.5m long and spider, howler and white faced monkeys. There were also lots of interesting birds, including orioles, trogons, jabirus and roseate spoonbills.
We were in Palo ...
... day or night.
Amy met a friend, a 10 year old boy from Honduras, David. He speaks English and goes with us everywhere. His parents are blissfully unconcerned, when he disappears for 2 hours to play ping-pong with us or watch a movie.
Perhaps they have a point, if David survives on the streets of Honduras, he'll find his way around an exclusive resort...
In contrast, I am ready to mobilise a search-party every time I loose sight of my ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking