Casa Rancho

Address: Hacienda Pinilla, Tamarindo, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | B&B
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This B&B is located on Hacienda Pinilla, Tamarindo.
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Travel Blogs from Tamarindo

From San Jose to the coast

A travel blog entry by wenna on Jun 04, 2014

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... a night out in Sharkys watching the worst karaoke to date and then booked on the following day to a catamaran with an open bar for $85! Great fun despite the rain and we drank our daiquiris worth of open bar - delicious! We then returned to the dorm for a nap which resulted in a full night sleep! An extremely tame first few days to what I was expecting! That being said, Tamarindo was hell of a lot more expensive and americanised than I ...


A travel blog entry by smilk09 on Apr 15, 2014

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... two candidates (I think). The winner was the one that everyone here was super excited about, they all say now change can finally come to Costa Rica. After the results were in everyone was driving around in their cars in a big train, honking, and yelling out their windows, and flying the flags of the governmental party that won the election. It was a pretty cool thing to see.

There was also a celebration to mark the 100th anniversary of the ...

Tamarindo, Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by kezzah16 on Nov 06, 2013

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... frustrating as many people when the begin find it hard to even stand up. We decided to save our money and play in the waves which was free and knew we could deal with. It was really fun just watching the surfers too as there were some really good ones amongst the beginners and the teachers occasions showed their pupils the odd tricks and skills they had. In the evening we had tea again in the hostel with the remaining pasta we had from the night before. We ...

Coffee and Coati

A travel blog entry by summersabroad on May 23, 2013

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... where behind the trash bins and parking lot he had a small crop of coffee plants (about a dozen). He was quite knowledgeable, explaining to us the growing conditions, the need for a banana plant, and the harvesting of the beans. Back inside, he showed us some varieties of beans, explained the roasting process, and gave us some coffee to try.

On the whole, I'd say it was a worthwhile little expedition and ...

Let's go surfing

A travel blog entry by andyandott on May 15, 2013

... diving I got the hang of catching the waves. Mostly I didn't want to ruin this by trying to stand up and falling off! I was thrown around a lot by some big waves, desperately protecting the face! I don't really want a broken nose for the wedding pics! So after spending much time jumping on and then being thrown off the board, I caught a good ...

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