Hotel Tamarindo Diria Beach Resort
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
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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 …
... Never have I been so glad that my ears were well behaved today when I was going down through clouds of them. After the dives I finally watched the Emergency First Response video which is the next stage after my advanced towards my divemaster. It basically tells you what to do in emergency situations but is mostly kind of boring. Parts of it were actually quite amusing though as apparently even when I.e. playing basketball and someone has a heart attack, they ...
... of the spell. Regardless of the dry spell, we came home with plenty of mahi to cook up. We hit the beach and took the haul home. Karen and Anne took Max, Teddy, and Matt to Langosta while Lisa and Dave took Sam, the fish, and several bowls purchased on the beach back to the house. We opened the door and immeadiately felt the need to take a nap. Lisa made homemade mac and cheese and then Lisa and Dave took a ...
... Tamagringo. It certainly lives up to this name with the amount of Americans and western influence which makes it feel like a beach town in California rather than a Costa Rican town. The price of things, especially food increased quite alot, and finding 'street meat' or cheap food stalls was alot harder.
I was really looking forward to meeting up with Sam there which turned out perfectly and we had a small ...