Cala Luna Boutique Hotel & Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCala Luna Boutique Hotel & Villas Tamarindo
Had a great three nights here. It was truly a paradise with several highlights including the manadatory sunset cocktails and tour of the grounds. Excellent dining. And Igor, otherwise known as the King, is the best canine guide that we have ever encountered. A dog with personality and more.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Cala Luna Boutique Hotel & Villas Tamarindo
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... there just isn't a dainty way for me.
Upon returning to the resort, I had a hankering for a margarita & made Jeff join me. Enjoyed sitting there, starring out onto the ocean, covered in sticky salt water....mmmm, nothing like it. The locals were all gathered at all the tv's watching some soccer game in complete silence. Took advantage of the hot tub being empty, would have liked it to be a bit ...
... our travels.
Whilst there we explored the surrounding beaches, towns and waterfalls on a scooter which, with a mighty 50cc engine (no match for the vespa) meant Mandy was unhappily jettisoned for parts of the uphill journeys. It also had such perfectly sized wheels that they would fit like a glove inside potholes and cracks in the road which left us airborn for much of our travels. We took a lesson on a stand-up paddle board (SUP) which was quite fun. The ...
... I also suggested doing a surfing and diving package, as a lot of backpackers come to Costa Rica to go surfing. This way we could potentially get more people diving with the packages. I've also started to do a True Facts on marine animals (a la ZeFrank -check him out on youtube) for the rich coast page. It's already proved pretty popular. Check out my shark one if you haven't already :) After work I went out with all of the IDC people and Martin and Brenda for a few drinks. ...
... a few hours.
You could also arrange to take the greyline. It is a shuttle company the shuttles tourist around to all the major cities in Costa Rica. It cost four times as much as the public buses. I am on a tight budget,so I decided to take the local bus for $12 for a 6 hour ride.
The bus from Tamarindo went smoothly. I arrived at 9:30pm at night. My cousin Carolina was there waiting for me as my bus entered the city. She arrived about a half hour ...
... I would have been going insane, she was incredibly calm at the fact her husband was refusing to go to hospital in the face of potential death. Luckily he is actually fine, still better safe than sorry right? Later I was discussing with Laura about my absolute hate of mask clearing and she offered to take me along to the pool with her and her open water student so I could practice. It meant I could actually do it underwater properly with a regulator in so I thought it ...