Hotel Best Western Camino a Tamarindo
Travel Blogs from Tamarindo
... accomplishment looking back at the clean tidy garden beds
but also a mind full of new ideas. The dogs and cats were my “help” for this
task, it was so nice to hang out with them for the morning. Only down side to
the whole thing was my steep learning curve into stinging ant behavior. For a
while it seemed like every weed I pulled resulted in a wave of itty bitty ants
swarming up my shoes, down my socks, up my pants, up the weed I ...
... the gates of the wharf area to our waiting driver. Just a little travel glitch. Not bad. Besides, there was a duty free shop where we were waiting and I stocked up on things to bring home to family and friends.
Three hours later we arrived at Tamarindo Diria Resort, a beautifully landscaped, clean, absolutely lovely place. It happens to be located by two famous beaches where the waves are superior for surfing. It was fun ...
Today was very rainy. I took my usual morning walk out to
the river; I did not see any new birds but was able to confirm the species of
some of my previous sightings. Those elusive parrots are still stumping me,
they are so noisy and I can clearly see they are green…but do they have yellow
or orange chins? What colors are their shoulders? These small details are necessary
for a positive ID and I have yet to ...
... had rained the temperature was bearable. Big result.
We all gathered in the corridor before everything started. Martina the wedding planner asked who had the rings. I had given the rings to Peni for safekeeping. She told me that he and I would have to start walking through the forest to the beach, arriving at the arch, where the officiator and the little guitar man was sitting. At the same time everybody else was walking along the beach. Felt a bit sorry for ...
- drove to Puerto Humo via dirt roads via Nicoya - once arriving at Puerto Humo, we got flagged down by a guy wanting to sell us a river trip on the Tempisque River, Palo Verde National Park. - he called his boss who spoke english and told us the price and where to start the trip. Walked through the village, and Tico had a large can of boat fuel on his shoulder. Got on the boat and we set out on a 2 hour boat trip up the Rio Tempisque. Mangrove swamps. Joe and I were the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility