Best Western Tamarindo Vista Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... you have ever tasted, we were looking forward to exploring CR more. Unfortunately the rain was still unrelenting, so we settled down to starting the process of looking for jobs when we get home. After a day of that Anna's body decided that it had, had enough & thought a tummy bug was a better idea. And since then that has been a bit of a lingering annoyance, meaning that we haven't been able to see half of what we wanted to see & ...
... blender. So with that, and a car to ferry us around we ducked into town, grabbed tonnes of fresh fruit and vegetables and raced home to whip up green smoothies, something that we had been longing for - drool!
The town here was very small, but full of life. There were some great restaurants on the small main street, along with many boutique stores something that we didn’t think that we would find here. Wondering through town, we ended up at the beach club perched right ...
Yesterday was travel day short trip to Panama City and another to GuAtemala City. Somehow we got upgraded to first class. Nic Today we went to another UNESCO. World heritage site - Antigua. The entire town is original colonial architecture. 1500s to 1700s with cobblestone Its like an ...
... produce food that can be transported and stored for long periods of time has distracted us from the essential part of consuming food. What separates "them" from "us" is a food choice, one that is simple, honest and fresh. From last night's fish tacos to the simple casados served in Sodas on the side of the road, food has been spectacular, I can't say the same thing from the food at home, can ...
... Cordobas into CR Colons (not a joke, they actually named their national currency the colon) from one of the dodgy money changers. Boardered a bus to Liberia. Then, after an hour and half wait in Liberia we got a bus to Tamarindo, finally arriving in Tamarindo at about 6. Pretty tiring to be honest. Then we did something that has become something of a novelty on this trip - socialise intentionally with other people. We met ...