Cabinas Chill

Address: 250 Oeste Pizzeria Horno Lena, Playa Grande, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | Campground
 
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This campground is located on 250 Oeste Pizzeria Horno Lena, Playa Grande.
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      The best weekend yet

      A travel blog entry by victoriabegins on Jun 15, 2014

      4 comments, 44 photos

      ... ride Tito the Toro. uhhhh....that depends...am i understanding you correctly in spanish?

      -the mud baths were awesome. as we took the trail heading back to the volcano, there were mud baths everywhere...bubbling little cauldrons of mud. of course the minute the guide told us they took away wrinkles...well, let the spreadin' begin. Gordito joined in as well...i think he thought the wrinkles in his tummy would disappear.

      -and of ...

      Playa Grande- Surf, siestas and sunsets

      A travel blog entry by lightnerjohnson on Apr 08, 2014

      5 comments, 19 photos

      ... for a while then later in Spain, where he met his wife who was from Colombia. The bar at our inn was also a gathering spot for many in the expat surfer crowd, and we had fun meeting other travelers. I loved that the girls were hearing the stories of people who had chosen all kinds of different paths for their lives, following their passions and doing what it took to make it work.

      Our last couple of days were filled with more beach time, boogie boarding and an ...

      Rice and Beans

      A travel blog entry by miller.mba2011 on Jul 30, 2013

      12 photos

      ... tried to clear some of the rock and ash for local communities, damming the river in the process to create Lake Arenal which is now used for hydro electricity.

      Up until 2 years ago the lava flows down the side were daily. "It is still very active underneath" said our guide. "before the pressure was released often through eruptions, but now it is just building. I think this makes it more dangerous and not the best place for a dam... I don't ...

      46-47: The Night Dive

      A travel blog entry by blondesontour on Mar 22, 2013

      2 photos

      ... haven't been diving since I went to Cats nearly a week ago. The water is really good at the moment too so I'm really jealous I haven't been going. Now I know how my poor roommate Taylor feels, although she hasn't been diving for nearly 3 weeks now! Thankfully I at least have a night dive tonight which I'm actually really excited about. I worked in the shop for a bit and then went home for a couple of hours for a break as I'll be finishing late tonight. ...

      Last Day in Paradise

      A travel blog entry by kirklmiller on Dec 01, 2012

      8 photos

      ... luck our guide did find an area with a couple of monkeys that could be seen. He would make these crazy howling noises to get the monkey's going and they would howl back.

      On the way back we did finally see a baby crocodile on the shore making its way back into the water. I was hoping we might see it's mother nearby but no luck.

      After our trip I went over to Tamarindo to pick up a couple of ...