Casa Rancho

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

Costa Rica: Beaches Aplenty

A travel blog entry by markjezek on Apr 18, 2014

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... place to catch up then in Costa Rica. So the following day we met them and had a great catch up taking in the beautiful beaches, sun and sand! After our fill on beach time we had a few drinks at a bar / restaurant overlooking two beaches on the outskirts of Tamarido called Playa Flamingo. Overall a ripper day and great catch up with some fellow Aussies.

It was now time to move on and head to our second beach destination called Nosara - a yogi heaven from what Amanda told me ha ...

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A travel blog entry by hcasaintsmt2014 on Jan 09, 2014

... relationships with the families in the community. Many lives were touch by God, from Costa Rica and also from our young ladies from Harvest. I ask that you continue to pray for Gods blessings on each of the girls and those that they are in community with as they prepare their hearts and spirits for the last full day tomorrow in Costa Rica. They have also asked me to let you know that as soon as they can they will continue ...

What We Imagine

A travel blog entry by jfshannon on Jul 17, 2013

1 comment, 3 photos

... forgotten to deal with Torin's trombone rental before we left. What this goes to show is that it doesn't matter how many miles and mango trees you put between you and your life, it always finds you! PS - the thought about the trombone was weirdly prophetic, as when I checked our bank account this morning I discovered a new charge indicating that Torin is now firmly committed to trombone lessons for another ...

On the border

A travel blog entry by andyandott on May 13, 2013

... Do some people actually fall for this ****? The border point itself is a shambles. Signage is non existant, small buildings are dotted about all over the shop with none looking particularly like the right one and there is no real path, just a massive expanse of gravel. We finally find the Nicaraguan immigration, pay our $1 fee to the region of Rivas, 'just because', and then pay another $2 fee to leave the country. ...

In The Shadow Of A Volcano

A travel blog entry by jameshardy88 on Apr 05, 2013

50 photos

... Tragically it buried the nearby small villages of Pueblo Nuevo, San Luís and Tabacón however it sparked off interest in the area and ever since tourists have been flocking here to see the lava flows and enjoy the other bonuses of having a nearby volcano. Cerro Arenal was actually until very recently one of most active volcanoes in the world, with activity virtually every day until ...

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