Cabinas Marielos

Tamarindo, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | Campground
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    Travel Blogs from Tamarindo

    Revitalized, inspired, and enthused!

    A travel blog entry by j9n on Feb 20, 2014

    3 comments, 53 photos

    ... revitalized, my mind was inspired and my
    heart was enthused.

    told me of a path to a nice swimming hole in the river, I gathered my soap and
    towel and went down for a bath. The shower was cold anyway so why not just bath
    in the river. I spent almost an hour relaxing by the river. By now lunchtime
    was approaching so I headed back up to the main farm. Over lunch we discussed
    the workshop that we would ...

    Siempre Verde 2- Toucans and Innovation!

    A travel blog entry by j9n on Feb 20, 2014

    1 comment, 40 photos

    ... my study which would be wonderful. And fingers
    crossed; they are mountaineers and if schedules work out in the short time I
    have left here we will climb Volcan Miravalles! All in all I am very happy to
    have met them and to be working with them; I hope to be able to work with them
    into the future through a long term relationship with CSU. I am developing a
    curriculum for a new study abroad course and I hope to present it to the
    University within a few months. ...

    1/20/14- Why did the sloth cross the road?

    A travel blog entry by j9n on Jan 21, 2014

    3 comments, 17 photos

    ... of the mama
    and baby sloth while Javier retrieved a long stick. He slid the stick under the
    sloth and she quickly, as quickly as sloths do that is, latched on with her
    front claws. He lifted her to the side of the road and leaned the stick onto a
    tree. She turned her head this way and that and began to ever so slowly climb
    the tree. Boy sloths are strange creatures!

    Once we
    got back to the office ...

    Bumpy roads and stunning beaches

    A travel blog entry by miller.mba2011 on Aug 08, 2013

    14 photos

    ... dirt road nestled in amongst the forest that runs parallel to a wide white sandy beach. It is a fairly isolated spot; the nearest gas station is miles away and routinely runs out ("maybe you come back this afternoon?"). The local beach break is well known and is the main draw to the peninsula along with the breathtaking beauty of the place. The locals are friendly and were always happy to share their knowledge of the area as well as give tips for places to go ...


    A travel blog entry by muzbec on Nov 08, 2012

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... even more so in tropical climates; ‘do the windows have fly-screens?’ for example. But bathrooms are of particular concern and there’s a few notable elements that define this. Everywhere, and I mean everywhere in South and Central America you’re constantly reminded to use the basura .. bin .. for used toilet paper. It’s generally in very close proximity to the bowl and the sort of things you want to see here are; regularity of emptying.. ...