Hotel Tilawa

Address: Tilaran, Province of Guanacaste, 5710, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Tilaran, Province of Guanacaste, is near Rincón de La Vieja National Park, Rescue Shelter Las Pumas, Playa Ocotal, and Fusion Natural Spa.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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Lessons learned

A travel blog entry by madkath on Aug 02, 2015

... m hot (warm) when in fact he has actually been telling everyone how sexy he is! No wonder the girls keep smiling at him! He has been told now he must say "tengo calor". After the cloud forest tour we walked down to the hummingbird gallery, a small coffee shop with hummingbird feeders outside, lots of tiny hummingbirds flitting around, whizzing around our heads so close you could almost touch them. We had a tasty coffee and cake ...

Volcano views, hanging bridges and nighttime raft

A travel blog entry by kthagan on Mar 22, 2015

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... early showers n chill out watching soccer then early bed. A full transition travel day as planned. Glad it is the only long drive
-views of volcano as we approached hotel n from our porch r spectacular. Really stunning. Best porch we've had on trip. ...

Wet and wild Monteverde

A travel blog entry by guykb on Jan 08, 2015

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... from both sides at once so it can cause some extraordinary conditions. We were lucky while we were there because while it rained a few times, it passed quickly and was more like being in the clouds (which we were). Georgie, Maggie and I had arranged to go for a 'canopy tour'. Sounds kind of relaxing, right? Wrong. What it means is extreme zip lining. Jess used her knee wildcard to get out of this one (sensible ...

Seriously CPI... Seriously?!

A travel blog entry by amelisheva on Jul 23, 2014

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... or what they call Bombas so I sat out and watched the ceremony. Of course the teachers noticed this and tried to get me to participate but seriously, I'm just relieved I kinda get what's going on. Don't put me on the spot. Now for the punchline. Remember that teacher that I had issues with? The one who doesn't understand English? The one who switched me without my consent into a class more than a week behind where I left off cause he thinks I ...

Rain, rain, hurricane strength rain--Go Away!!

A travel blog entry by fancythat on Jul 10, 2014

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... cold and wind! Although we had sun when we arrived and when we left, both giving us hope and a happier memory of the place. I went ziplining here, perhaps much safer than Honduras, however, while I hit the brake during the Superman zip, my head whipped back and my ear got zipped and my jacket ripped through! A damper in a damp day!! All of we travellers were quite happy at 7:45am to get on the bus-boat-bus on our way to La ...