Cabinas Rio Tempisque de Lujo
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... and a warm shower!! A first since our trip began :) We hiked down towards the beach in search of some food as we were both ravenous. We found a family selling huge coconuts on the beach. Using her machete and what seemed to be no sense of method, the lady sliced upon the fruit to make us drinks. You can also bring them back after to be sliced up to eat the inside. Fresh coconut on the beach yes please!!! We found a restaurant called Hula Jungla and hunkered ...
... back to the house, we decided to take a twenty minute trip to Tamarindo Beach. It was the most beautiful beach I had ever been to. The culture of Costa Rica was everywhere, from the locals surfing and selling items along the beach, to the vibrant colors surrounding every part of the beach. We stayed until night time, and the lanterns ...
Very lazy day at the beach and wandering the town. I spent a little time at bar Arriba so I could stare at Gato and Maw,.... I mean... So I could Skype my momma...Ugh... they are so yummy... I will get their picture before I leave...I'm determined. At 6:30 we piled in Rhea Lynn's sisters car and drove just outside of town to the jungle. Yes into the middle of the rain forest to watch Bambi play soccer. Yes, soccer in the middle of the rain forest. I can think of so many of my ...
... good weather, it was however still a lovely detour to make. It was extremely low tourist season in Samara which meant I had the pick of all the beds in my eight bed dorm and a lovely terrace, overlooking the plunge pool, to myself. With the sun out and the sound of waves crashing nearby, I decided to stay for one more day, to make the most of the beach and just in case the turtles fancied making an appearance. I was ...
... change to see expanses of white sand and lovely, big, frothy waves. .
We went to Villa Real first to drop off our gear. It is a purpose built condo for the engineering crew who work for Hacienda Pinilla - a huge suburban development for wealthy foreigners who spend some months of the year living in Costa Rica. It is at the end of a corrugated, dirt road that runs from the small town of Pinilla to the coast. It's odd ...
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