BEST WESTERN Camino A Tamarindo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... them, only to be met with an immediate offer to come pick us up. So within minutes we were in a mini van on our way to organise our car for the next week or so. Once at the Budget rental car place, we quickly signed up and hired a small Daihatsu Bego 4x4 which we named ‘Big Jim’ and in hindsight we are thankful that we rented this car. Let me tell you that the roads in Costa Rica really aren’t that good and that is no understatement, but with ‘Big Jim’, ...
... to go back into town. He left
me with the task of weeding and cleaning up the greenhouse. Weeding isn’t
particularly fun but I actually found the task very enjoyable. Besides the
ants! I have spent a lot of time in the office staring at my computer screen
waiting for inspiration… this was real thinking time, real inspiration. I was
able to practice mediation in motion though the repetitive task. Resulting in
not only a ...
... how to can foods, he loved the idea! He offered his facilities as a place to
host it and said we would do it as soon as possible. He thought we could
recruit a handful of women to come and learn and then have them bring the
information to other women in their homes. Transportation is a challenge here,
most people do not have cars and although the bus system is good it is still a
challenge for some women. It was getting late and Ernesto said ...
... dance floor was hit hard. A cliche chat up line by a guy asking me to say water again in my British accent got us introduced to an entire waterpolo team. They came from the Orange County and all staying at Zach's condo for most of the summer - how American can you get? But thank you for such entertainment and an initiation into the Tamarindo way of life. By the second day word had obviously spread about the 2 crazy British girls. I felt like I was walking ...
... be sorted out before meeting Nat and Rob for happy hour at Nouguis on the beach. The mojitos there are delicious! We watched the sunset and then went to Pandas for more 241 this time on watermelon vodka. We ate here too. After quite a few cocktails and finding out that Nat confuses my brothers and has essentially morphed them together as well as learning I am a middle child, we called it a ...