Hotel Paraiso del Cocodrilo
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... to think the hotel was only 800 meters away...or maybe he said 8000, I dunno, nonetheless, we trudged on.
What seemed like hours and miles later, or maybe it was only another big hill later, we downhill coasted by one of the larger hotels. Rob stopped me and um, 'suggested', I ask them to call us a taxi and get a bandage. The gate attendant was no help on the taxi, but he did offer some gauze which was nice. Just as I was about to leave Robin sitting in the shade ...
Today started with another example of “Tico time” aka “we will pick you up at 7:30am”really means “we will leave at some point before noon so enjoy your coffee.” Once things finally did get rolling we took an outstandingly beautiful drive toward the Miravalles Volcano. Our first stop was Siempre Verde, and agroegological model farm that is also doing agrotourism. Basically it is a tropical ...
... as my dad would say, and my "woohoo" screams turned into little scared yelps. All alone out there, high above the canopy it really was surreal… the views were absolutely incredible, and seeing our shadows way down below, we looked like tiny birds flying.
The two superman lines were definitely the best, and they seemed to go on forever! The 360 degree view from the line was unbelievable! Flying down the last zipline ...
It was such a good job we had a 4x4 as the road to Samara from Tamarindo was virtually unpaved the whole way. It was the bumpiest road yet, winding through forests, jungles, coastal paths and up huge hills. Each time we saw locals driving a normal car we couldn't believe how they ever got anywhere as they have to go really slow.
We stayed in a hotel on the outskirts of Samara on the Pacific coast. The hotel Samara Sol was simple but clean and didn't have any bugs in it at ...
... reserve and they can't take anything off of it. They began to empty their pockets of nature's goodies and I was surprised at the increasing pile of the repossessed items. I wasn't even sure where they had stashed all of it to begin with, they were wearing swim suits! Once we had established a no souvenir policy, the snorkeling equipment came out and the students waddled their way down the beach with their flippers on. The recent rains had clouded up the water, ...