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Bananamoozie stayed here on May 28, 2013 during their trip titled: Beth & Stew Go Round The World!.
... The final 17k of the drive was up a steep, winding gravel track and we didn't get out of 2nd gear it was so bumpy. The area we were heading to is a reserve called Monteverde Cloud Forest and the scenery is beautiful. It's so green and lush; set high on a mountain with a deep valley in a bowl shape. Winds and weather systems from the Pacific and Carribean meet in this bowl creating clouds and mist. We had pretty clear weather during the days we were there so we didn't get to see ...
... for two more days before we can pick him up. I think Costa Rica was a trip that I will enjoy more once I am home. It definitely had it's ups and downs with accommodations, heat, ants, mosquitoes, Narpa's sickness, and the oppressive, unrelenting heat. I'm not sure if I would ever come back here again...probably not. There are too many other places in the world on my bucket list than ...
Day 56: Oh dear, so I got into the shop this morning to find we had hung up Martin's expensive tec BCD up wrong. Apparently he was really mad and I also could not remember who had done it because me and the other DMT's all did it together. I decided to take the blame anyway because I should have checked everything was fine and I didn't. I thought he was going to have a massive go at me but he just nicely told me that it had been done wrong and make sure it didn't happen again. I ...
We eventually got down to the Pacific and arrived first at
the little beach town of Dominical. Very, very touristy, lots of surf shops;
kitchy was our term for the place as we drove slowly down its rutted gravel
main street well filled with bronzed young people looking healthy but bored. Not
for us. So it was Uvita next, a little further down the coast. We had a look at
a few places around there but nothing seemed to be quite our cup of tea. So ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBlue Trailz Hostel Tamarindo
Blue Trailz was an amazing place to call home for our stay in Tamarindo. The layout of the hostel is unique and provides a cozy and comfortable patio space to meet other travelers, write or just sit and take in the surrounding natural beauty. The employees were very relaxed and great conversationalists. For less than $15 USD a day you can get yourself a comfortable set up with some dope company.
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