Hotel Casa Sueca
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- Minbar in room
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Microwave in room
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... 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 ...
... The traffic was heavy with a surprising number of fully loaded and slow 18 wheelers. Once we turned west toward Guanacaste, the heavy traffic evaporated. The drive became almost leisurely.
Guanacaste is totally agricultural with sugar cane and rice everywhere you look. We also noticed an increase in the frequency and size of the cattle herds…all of them Brahma. September is ...
... at a few times because it's usually pretty true! But tonight we saw no giant turtles! We did however see baby turtles hatch from their nest and they then run towards the sea...very cute! One got attacked by a large crab though and didn't survive which is sad! But apparently 1 out of every 1000 baby turtles survive! Great 2 days relaxing...tomorrow the adrenaline ...
... Delicious and filling. We hit up a grocery store and headed straight for Paraiso (Paradise) where we are staying at a house that is vacant most of the year except when the surfers that own it come for a couple of months. We didn't know what to expect, but it wasn't the mess that the last tenants left. Clothes and random stuff strewn everywhere, food in the fridge and on the counter, dust, garbage bags...and spiders everywhere. ...
Today we drove to Mal pais. (City named bad country) apparently it's because it is hard to get to and the roads proved that to be true. We didn't get stuck luckily. We are driving now and I will post this later but we are going to try and get an evening glass off surf session. There is a lot of driving in and out of ...