Hotel El Castillo Divertido

Address: Santa Cruz, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Santa Cruz, is near Ostional National Wildlife Refuge and Cooper Mays Pottery.
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      Day 9 - Exploring Nosara

      A travel blog entry by skinnerfamily on Feb 24, 2015

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      ... bank, rental for quads/bicycles/golf carts. We then headed back to our hotel. We went to the beach, which is directly across the road from this super quiet beach and spent the rest of the afternoon there. Later this man was selling this coconut mixture - it was ground coconut and tasted like coffee was in it. I'm not sure what exactly it was, it was sweet but tasty. We ate supper at hotel - fettuccine, focaccia, bruschetta, pizza - yum. Off tomorrow to Tamarindo for 5 ...

      Day 9: A Dolphin Tale

      A travel blog entry by ducktravels on Jan 07, 2015

      11 photos

      ... nervous surrounded by water with nothing but more water in sight on the horizon. Then we started circling back and forth while continuing further and further out to sea. After 1.5 hours of seeing nothing I felt... A) burnt b) a great urge to pee C) bored D) mad that my lulu shorts have stuck to the newly painted boat and are now covered in teal paint But still no dolphins! Or fish or birds or other boats at that! With no ...

      Turtles, turtles everywhere!

      A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Oct 03, 2013

      4 photos

      ... eye could see. I was told that they have a one track mind, with the mums-to-be solely focused on digging their hole, laying around 100 eggs, camouflaging the nest and then heading back out to sea. They use their powerful flippers to drag themselves up the beach and then to dig their nest, I got accidentally flicked with a flipperful from quite a distance, so can appreciate how much sand they're shifting! It's all a lot of ...

      Beach Hopping Guanacaste

      A travel blog entry by stacek68 on May 15, 2013

      5 photos

      ... eggs. Mariano doesn't come to this beach very often but it was good to go and have a look-see. The food was great - the ambiance laid back and funky. Live music - you can't beat it. Next morning we set off early for a full day of beach hopping along this beautiful coastline. First stop was Playa Avellanes - a quiet beach that ten years ago would have been full of tradies but is now a hang out for surfers. There is a deserted ...

      Always Expect the Unexpected

      A travel blog entry by jebandcarmen on Apr 01, 2013

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      ... to German parents in 1936, had been a child in Germany during World War II, and witnessed horrific acts of violence. She had also lost her second born son Geoffrey, who died from Leukemia a week before his 5th birthday. This had been the reason for the family's move from Germany to California. To seek better medical treatment. Unfortunately there was nothing more the doctors could do to help Geoffrey. ...