Best Western Tamarindo Vista Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... I settled on Tamarindo which has the unique reputation of being "the Miami of Costa Rica"... Unfortunately this description was actually a lot more accurate than I thought. Driving in and seeing a million 5 star hotels and food prices the same as Australia was a little overwhelming but a good warm up for Canada in a week. A lot of hanging out was done in my first couple of days and in standard backpacker fashion I went to get a couple of happy snaps of the ...
... full on rotten eggs & there were quite a few dead baby turtles around. She explained that roots had grown over the nest & so lots of the babies had been unable to crawl out of the nest & died. But see had also found about 20 babies (Olive Ridley turtles) still alive in the nest, they were so cool, so tiny but perfectly formed. You could see all the marking on their shells already, they were manically scrabbling around in a ...
... cabaret dancer from France whose partner is Allan. It all made sense!!! Yami, her daughter Anna, the owners, and us went for a light dinner and drinks at Hula Jungla to finish off the night. We sign off thankful for finding this slice of paradise in Playo Carillo and for killing el Scorpio promptly. Our next mission...to get rid of the hot, red, itchy, swelling bites all over our legs. Hoping its from Tamarindo Ants or Liberian gnats and not...I won't even say ...
We bid our group members goodbye and began the drive from San Jose to Tamarindo, Guanacaste. There were only three of us now: Susanne Cliver, Beth and myself.
We left San Jose for Guanacaste with high hopes. The first part of our drive was to return westward to Punta Arenas and Caldera where we had been the previous week. At the Gulf of Nacoya, we turned north on the Panamerican ...
... we actually saw 2 baby turtles crawling out to the water for their first time. They are ADORABLE 4 inch long babies.
Now that I've had my surf lesson for the day, we've checked out of our hostel in Tamarindo and are going to rent a car. We're just going to drive wherever the road may take us down the coast for a few days. There aren't many pictures for you to enjoy as it's hard to surf and get shots so we've got a lot of sunset pictures.