Las Tinajas

Address: Nicoya, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nicoya

Surfer babes (kinda!)

A travel blog entry by mcklawrence on Mar 28, 2015

3 comments, 15 photos

... out for a couple of hours jumping in the waves and sunbathing on what seemed like our own private but ridiculously large beach. An equally uncomfortable walk back was rewarded with more toad water before another delicious meal this time at a local Italian restaurant. Our trip has been amazing but we've been constantly on the go so to have had the last 5 days chilling out and being lazy in two surfing meccas has been lovely! Hasta luego chicos y chicas ...

Zumba, Zip-lining, and Zits

A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Jun 24, 2014

5 comments, 39 photos

... each, 2 eggs, bread, papaya, and I had some of my special liquidy yogurt I always by when I am south of the border. LOVELY...
After breakfast we rode our bikes to "La Vela Latina" the restaurant where Bambi works and we walked down the beach together. The owner Nick made coffee and let us go behind the bar and make our own for free. Soooo many benefits to traveling with a local...

Costa Rica played England today... I felt half ...

First few weeks of voluntary work.

A travel blog entry by marinaa on Jan 24, 2014

... for birds you truly only hear the sounds of the nature. You hear leaves rustling in the wind, trees croaking and you hear the birds sing. That's it. No other sounds. It's just you alone with nature (and the other volunteers in my case). Hearing the birds is different from actually seeing them tough. Until now I've been fairly unsuccessful in spotting some birds. But when I spot one I can't help but love every single bird. Some are small and quick. Other big and colorful. Some ...

Turtles, turtles everywhere!

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Oct 03, 2013

4 photos

... on the beach with more still arriving, apparently a few hours later the beach would be so full, there'd be no room for us! Around 60cm in length and with their shells weighing up to 40 kilos, a lot of the turtles seemed to be panting from the effort, taking regular rests as they made their way up the beach, leaving tractor-like marks in the sand. With so many of them on the beach, there were moving boulder like shapes as far ...

Costa Rica - east to west

A travel blog entry by panamericalandy on Dec 19, 2012

1 comment, 40 photos

... out a new mudflap for
the back of Jambo to replace the one we had lost in Colombia. Whilst being watched
by a local artist painting a mural onto the wall of the hostel I had the
mudflap cut and bolted on in 40 minutes with a new alloy bracket and STAINLESS
STEEL fastenings (NB, Land Rover, not your usual rubbish mild steel and highly
corrodible stuff). Grant, back in Cape Town at Priclo Motors, will know what
I’m on about….

We spent ...

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