Sunrise Condos Of Tamarindo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- 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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... off we went! We went up hills down hills and I loved my horse. He was really sweet and his name was Puello. Puello followed nicely, and when our guide said we were going to gallop, we went so fast I loved it! My mom was screaming like a baby though. We finished that up, and went to get our harnesses for zip lining. We drove in a truck to the first zip line. It was really long, and the twins went together with a guide and I went with a guide. It was incredible! We walked to ...
... one of the most shocking games in the World Cup. Football however does unite the world like no other thing, Facebook was on fire with everyone all over the world posting about the game. At the same time the Costa Rica team was triumphantly coming back. There was an uncomfortable moment when it looked like the bar owner had decided to watch the homecoming of the Costa Rica team rather than the semi final. As the kick off approached a few German fans started to ask why the Tv was set ...
After an amazing time at The Springs, we headed out for the coast. Time for a change of scenery. We decided to hit the road and grab breakfast on the way. Not a bad idea, unless you are lacking in the cash/colones department. There were several charming little villages along the way. We even encountered Costa Rica's version of South of the Border, Toad Hall. It was an entertaining drive reading all the creative signs, building up the hype.
... a very bumpy slow ride. The 1st few lines were shorter around 150-200 meters for us to get used to it but after this the lines reached up to 900 meters long and very high up overlooking the whole of the rain forest. It was a great experience you were strapped to the line so completely safe but still a little scary from the heights of the lines and the speed you picked up between swinging from tree to tree. Our tour guide was ...
... rather eat peas - there aren't enough chemicals in the world to get me on one of those things - it would be hard enough just climbing up to the platform (this is only a short zip-line near where we are today: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzPMUO-T Rts&noredirect=1) the ones at Monteverde are longer apparently.
It's lovely and humid here - I am a pleasant ...