Sunrise Condos Of Tamarindo
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Spacious, clean, well located apartments right by the beach. Fantastic pool too! We couldn't have asked for much more.
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The next part of our trip took us west to the small town of Tamarindo, on the coast of Costa Rica. We couldn't go there without spending some time on the beach!
We had booked a 3 bedroom holiday apartment which was about 50 metres from the beach. We had done a lot of driving during the first week so we wanted to just stay put and relax for …
... we only walked up and down the beach each day and watched the surfers.
The place we stayed at was up on the hill with a view of the sun setting right in front of us. It was definitely necessary to have our car for dinner but we would walk down to the beach for our walks.
We took it easy though since Brian was still recovering. No surfing or kayaking or sight seeing, just living la Pura Vida. =)
... Volcano…which still hid in the clouds.
As we drove down the driveway to La Anita Finca (finca means farm) there were rows of young cacao trees, each with their own little shade tent, among young plantain
palms and tiny citrus trees. They were growing a new forest, a productive forest, in what once was pasture. We drove down along two ponds which Carlos said were for raising tilapia and then up again along ...
... and explore here. We asked where we would catch a bus to this place but unfortunately there wasn't any direct routes so we had to get a connecting one to Liberia. This bus took longer than the women had said it was going to take and also more annoying there was no connecting bus to Arenal. Our long thought out plans had gone to pot, so we decided again and chose to take the next bus to Tamarindo. Whilst all this was occurring there was a down pour of heavy rain and ...
... our time at Tamarindo other than to describe the town and a few places we ate at which I've left out until now; a Lebanese-type place where we had beautiful wraps for lunch one day, a brilliant Italian place where we had terrific pizza and salad for dinner one night and a French style bakery where we had delicious toasted paninis for breakfast on our way out of town to kick-start our long drive to Santa Elena. The town is fairly nice, sort of like a second world, less pretty ...