Blue Trailz Hostel
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Bananamoozie stayed here on May 28, 2013 during their trip titled: Beth & Stew Go Round The World!.
... not leaving Costa Rica for a few more days!
The journey back started with me taking the 2pm bus from Tamarindo to Santa Cruz. Once in Santa Cruz, I got another bus to San Jose, a five hour ride for about $12.
Once in San Jose, I took a taxi to the Ticabus company for my next bus to Panama City. The bus left at 11pm.
We arrived at the boarder at 4am. The boarder used to be open 24 hours. What I discovered when we arrived is that it is not. We ...
... I would have been going insane, she was incredibly calm at the fact her husband was refusing to go to hospital in the face of potential death. Luckily he is actually fine, still better safe than sorry right? Later I was discussing with Laura about my absolute hate of mask clearing and she offered to take me along to the pool with her and her open water student so I could practice. It meant I could actually do it underwater properly with a regulator in so I thought it ...
... first glimpse of land, and the natives; pause for a second, then turn around and head back into the ocean.
‘Here, here... babies’ the guide says. In the disappearing light our group is lead over to 3 or 4 hatchlings flapping their way towards the water. People go crazy again and form a moving, hovering circle over the hatchlings, taking photos, stumbling over each other for the best shot. The hatchlings are the same colour as the sand, which in any ...
... Isabel, Reese and Charly headed to the Langosta Beach Club for an afternoon of bliss. Just in case you are ever in Tamarindo, FYI, Langosta is your BFF: for the price of a Coke you can lounge ALL DAY in their beach loungers or glorious cabanas. Uniformed waiters will stroll by every 15 minutes asking if there is ANYTHING they can do to make your stay at their curtained cabana more delightful. French music, ...
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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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