Hotel Tamarindo Diria Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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Our last night in Costa Rica was one of the best. This was not even on my bucket list because I never imagined I would have the opportunity. We saw a Green Pacific Sea turtle, sometimes called the Black Sea Turtle, come ashore to the beach, after carefully scouting out her chosen special place from the water, to lay her eggs. Before describing this …
We could have happily stayed on The Wind Spirit forever but it was time to say goodbyes, disembark and go on to our next adventure to see a bit more of this beautiful country, Costa Rica.
Rebecca, our travel agent with Travelennium,whom we value beyond words, had arranged for a driver to take us from the ship, north to Tamarindo. One …
... instead! I figured that she wanted to test the fins for herself as she'd lent them to me to trial. Brenda has split fins (literally split down the middle), I really didn't think I'd like them but they're actually quite nice under the water, almost like you're not wearing any. The bike Laura lent me is trying to kill me, I have no idea whats wrong with it but it exhausts me in minutes! I pretty much spent my evening practicing knots over and over again for my search and recovery ...
... Isabel, Reese and Charly headed to the Langosta Beach Club for an afternoon of bliss. Just in case you are ever in Tamarindo, FYI, Langosta is your BFF: for the price of a Coke you can lounge ALL DAY in their beach loungers or glorious cabanas. Uniformed waiters will stroll by every 15 minutes asking if there is ANYTHING they can do to make your stay at their curtained cabana more delightful. French music, ...
A few months ago, I was asked if I would consider moving to Tamarindo to open and manage a new branch of Bambamboo, I'd been working in the Quepos store on and off for a year and a half and was ready for a change so I agreed and moved here in November. I had never been to Tamarindo before, mostly avoiding it because of its nickname "Tamagringo." But now I am thinking not as a traveler, but as someone who ...