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The dirt road to Where?? South Nicoya Pennisula

Even though Tamarindo is the closest thing to a luxury vacation we have come across lately it also has the expensive prices to go with it. So one day was enough plus we want to keep heading south along the coast of the Nicoya Peninsula stopping at several beaches along the way. Over breakfast we...

permalink written by  ryan & debbrial on January 24, 2010 from Samara, Costa Rica
from the travel blog: Us Discovering the Latin Americas



Holiday Rush

The blight of tourism arrived yesterday. A week ago Samara was quiet, tranquilo - static pulse of seashore, the occasional motorbike, unseen birds singing Guanacaste sabanero war cries from palm trees, a tinny radio playing Marley from the bar. Now the town is roaring, barely enough room to...

permalink written by  chaddeal on December 27, 2008 from Samara, Costa Rica
from the travel blog: The Great Pan-American Synchronistic Cycle Extravaganza Unlimited



Mango Transmissions from Starfruit Satellites

It was love right from the gecco electric mango sunset framed with guanabana palm tree sway shoreglow strawhut cabiñas flicker to life wise-eyed old man chases sea foam creates galaxies with the gushing cosmic OH of a didgeridoo quetzal end all iguana monkey round...

permalink written by  chaddeal on December 18, 2008 from Samara, Costa Rica
from the travel blog: The Great Pan-American Synchronistic Cycle Extravaganza Unlimited



Mango Bridge

Chicken dangles from bits of string a crocodile looks on, grinning juvenile cackles of glee resound as the lizard troll splashes madly after phantom feasts just downstream, a fat mother bathes her babies in the creek without interest.

permalink written by  chaddeal on December 17, 2008 from Samara, Costa Rica
from the travel blog: The Great Pan-American Synchronistic Cycle Extravaganza Unlimited



Hence the BBQ

I am living in la casa de Doña Cristina Castillo Carrillo. Everyone is fed here. It was sometime after midnight when a speeding car full of nuns collided with the cow. The sisters contacted the appropriate channels and within the hour the cow was being axed into workable chunks on our...

permalink written by  chaddeal on December 10, 2008 from Samara, Costa Rica
from the travel blog: The Great Pan-American Synchronistic Cycle Extravaganza Unlimited



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