Cala Luna Boutique Hotel & Villas
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Brianporter stayed here on Aug 27, 2013 during their trip titled: Discovering Costa Rica .
... FUN! With border crossing behind us, hire car in hand we were finally on our way to enjoy Costa Rica.
Our plan was to drive south along the Pacific Coast and stop off at a few more well known beaches and stay a few nights, enjoying all the these places had to offer. Our first stop was Tamarindo Beach which was just outside of Liberia.
We were so excited about having a car, that we cranked the tunes and whizzed into town stopping off at ...
... carpet not the dirt path the following morning. More waves, smiles, holas and even a free cocktail from one admirer. Gate crashing the luxury hotel in the resort and getting a free house speciality shot from Jesse at the BBQ shack ended our time in Tamarindo. Saying our farewells to our new friends who were never to be seen again. Well until I found my new friend requests on Facebook. How they think that's normal behaviour I have no idea. See you in England amigos! ...
Unbelievably the electricity managed to stay on all last night and so we managed to get a half decent night's kip. That was, of course, until some prat started letting off what sounded like scud missiles next to our window. That was at 5 in the morning and that was the end of our sleep. This was followed by band practise! Great! A big brass band marching by the window at 5am. Who would allow that? After finally coming to ...
... like 3 sharks, including a big un'. They kept coming back but two of them were so interested in us and one came right up to me before swimming off. Cheeky shark. So yeah that was pretty awesome. I also got to dive with Taylor properly for the first time too. But yeah we saw so much, two octopus, one who was swimming about, a sea horse and *******n it after never seeing it I saw the nurse shark! Hell yeah! I was so happy. There was quite a lot of surge ...
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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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