Cabinas Marielos

Address: Tamarindo Beach Front, Tamarindo, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | Campground
 
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This campground, located on Tamarindo Beach Front, Tamarindo, is near Marlin Del Rey Sailing Tours, Blue Dolphin Catamarans, Black Stallion Hills Equestrian Center, and Playa Avellanes.
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    Travel Blogs from Tamarindo

    Pura Vida in Tamarindo

    A travel blog entry by goodner on May 03, 2015

    1 comment, 185 photos

    ... we had rented for a couple of weeks. David, Sue, and the twins arrived at the villa about hour after we did. Casa Paquita was a luxurious home located in the community of Playa Langosta on the outskirts of Tamarindo. Its classic Spanish-Mediterranean architecture was unmistakable with a central courtyard fountain, romantic balconies, and a large covered terrace. It had five bedrooms, a spiral staircase with built-in waterfall that spanned three levels, a gourmet kitchen, ...

    Pura Vida, Amor y Paz,...Es Verdad

    A travel blog entry by ljworldtrip on Feb 01, 2015

    142 photos

    ... than "Laura?" and half of a yes." This is how I met my mama Tica Isabel and her dog Toby.
    In order to keep this somewhat entertaining and not too long, I am going to break down my time in Tamarindo by section rather than follow a time line! So having introduced Isabel, most often referred to as mama Tica, I figured I can start with my homestay! I lived in a house in Villarreal with one other student, Gjira. We had our ...

    Crossing into Nicaragua

    A travel blog entry by col.caf on Dec 07, 2014

    19 photos

    ... crossing policy, ignore everyone who tries to tell you what to do, until the first officially dressed & IDed person tells you. Here it didn’t work out; as it turned out that the dodgy looking booths selling 'departure tax’ were necessary to leave the country, so I ended up backtracking 600m or so in the intense midday heat. After passing through CR immigration, we (about 6 gringos now, safety in numbers) walked through to the ...

    Nicaragua

    A travel blog entry by bignige on Mar 23, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... the atmosphere every day. The coach took us right up to the rim but unfortunately the steam being generated by the volcano means it's not possible to see any activity. It must have always been like this. Legend has it that when the Spanish first arrived they saw a glow in the bottom of the volcano which they assumed was where the indigenous people hid there gold. They rigged up some scaffolding and lowered a bucket down into the ...

    Siempre Verde 2- Toucans and Innovation!

    A travel blog entry by j9n on Feb 20, 2014

    1 comment, 40 photos

    ... to go back into town. He left
    me with the task of weeding and cleaning up the greenhouse. Weeding isn’t
    particularly fun but I actually found the task very enjoyable. Besides the
    ants! I have spent a lot of time in the office staring at my computer screen
    waiting for inspiration… this was real thinking time, real inspiration. I was
    able to practice mediation in motion though the repetitive task. Resulting in
    not only a ...