Hotel Pueblo Dorado
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- High-speed internet in room
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Concierge desk
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... of the kids Snuba diving.
Our adventure week with our friends from Austin was far from over, and our busiest day was yet to come. Sue had organized an action-packed day for all of us with an outfit called Pura Aventura. We were picked up at our villa and drove about an hour from Tamarindo to their 1,400 acre tract of land. When we arrived, we split up into two groups - the girls were going horseback riding while the boys chose mountain biking. We rode on ...
... approach. “Surf lesson?” he asked after a quick introduction. My first thought was to say no. Why, I am not sure. This is his job. We are on a beach in Costa Rica. I want to try surfing. My first instinct was to assume he was trying to pull something and not fall for it, I was smarter than that. Well that was stupid. He was a surf instructor offering lessons, there is nothing shady about it. I agreed. 9am the ...
... home by dinner time. The rest of the night was chill. We ordered sushi for dinner and met up with the Pirie family for a quick visit! (For those of you who don't know the Piries are an Aberdeen family with a boy who was in my class who happened to move to Tamarindo 2 weeks ago). After dinner we found a hammock to enjoy a late night drink before heading back for some last minute packing. Tomorrow we leave to Playo Carillo to rekindle with Yami and the ...
So it was time to start heading up north towards Nicaragua and decided on making Tamarindo the next stop further up the coast. A shuttle would have been $50 each, but traveling with 3 others decided it would be cheaper to rent a car at the last minute. It was an interesting drive on ...
... at 3pm. You do not want to get lost in the forest in the dark. In fact, the park ranger writes down your information & when you return, you need to let them know you are back.
Tonight we were eating at the restaurant so we could say "goodbye" to everyone. E-mail addresses were exchanged with the promise to keep in touch. We will for sure be returning in the next few months ~ Until next time, Pura Vida!