Hotel Arco Iris
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Arco Iris Tamarindo
Travel Blogs from Tamarindo
... the laid back vibe of the region. Similar to "Hang Loose" in Hawaii or "Hakuna Matata" in Disney's The Lion King, it really means "this is living" or "life is wonderful" and is used both as a greeting, as an answer expressing that things are OK, or as a way of giving thanks. Pura Vida everyone…!
It took us an hour to drive from Liberia to Tamarindo, where we stopped for a quick lunch at Subway Sandwich before heading over to Casa Paquita, the amazing ...
... me and said "Laura?" Before I even finished saying yes she had taken my large backpack, thrown it over her shoulder and walked away. I grabbed my other bag and took off after her. She threw my bag in her van and pointed to the passenger door. I opened it up and was sharing the front seat with a white poodle. The car started and we were headed back out of that beautiful beach town. It happened in a matter of seconds with no ...
... of the bus ride, the road turned into a rough dirt track and the ride was less than luxurious, but nothing would take from my luck that day!
I've crossed quite a few boarders, but few compare to the Costa Rica Nicaraguan one. As the bus pulled in we already had moneychangers knocking on windows waving wads of cash at us, dodgy. One surfer on the bus obliged them, offloading his last CR cash, idiot (this judgement would be confirmed later on). ...
... escape route allowed to make the most of our time here. We had drinks at a place called "************tails", shopped in local stores and after asking around found a rustic authentic Costa Rican restaurant. We had the best dinner with deep fried yucca, red snapper Casado and rice pudding with cloves. I even ate an eyeball, which I probably wouldn't recommend but everything once, ...
... we passed through were almost like shanty towns. There are high levels of poverty and in the countryside the people look to be struggling along at subsistence level. we were on our way to the Masaya National Park. This is the site of the largest active volcano in Nicaragua and the park itself is the site of a massive crater that was formed thousands of years ago. Mount Masaya is still bubbling away, spewing out tonnes of ...