The Sanctuary Resort & Spa

Nicoya, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located in Nicoya.
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Travel Blogs from Nicoya

No... It's not just like riding a bike...

A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Jun 23, 2014

6 comments, 13 photos

... and we took our laundry to be washed. I love smelling the difference between countries laundry detergents... Laos was my favorite so far...

Our afternoon was really lazy. Hanging out in the pool and listening to Zumba music. Rhea Lynn was very successful in her attempts at yoga in the pool but less successful dancing her Zumba routines... Challenging to move your hips fast in the water! I got to skype nick and my mom which was awesome!

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First few weeks of voluntary work.

A travel blog entry by marinaa on Jan 24, 2014

... lullabies. Others sound more like a frog. Every bird has something special.

The one project that makes me feel like I really help the community is 'Blue flag Activity: Santa Anna School'. Blue flag means that something is 'good' for nature. At the school we're making a recycling system in an old shed. The children at the Santa Anna school will learn how to recycle and why it is important to recycle. But that's not all. All the neighboring villages can recycle ...

Costa Rica - east to west

A travel blog entry by panamericalandy on Dec 19, 2012

1 comment, 40 photos

... schedule by 4 weeks if we want to be in Alaska by the end of June.
We have to get moving.

Whilst at Cabinas Algebra we downloaded some more OSM maps
for free for central America up to and including. Mexico. Great! Well, as it
transpired later, not so great as although the OSM maps are supposed to be
routable on a Garmin GPS like our two this frequently proved to be untrue when
asking for a route between two points connected by proper roads. Pay ...

Surf's Up!

A travel blog entry by crfunapalooza on Jun 16, 2012

27 photos

... again that with just a short refresher course they are beautiful and successful surfers. They did realize this time that it's probably a little harder than they gave it credit for being last time, when they totally couldn't understand why we adults couldn't work that out.

All good Tamarindo surf lessons should be followed with dinner at Eat at Joe's, which advertises Nachos as Big as Your Ass as its main draw, and this ...

Celebrating 6 blissful years in Costa Rica...

A travel blog entry by mybabeandme on Apr 13, 2012

26 photos

... calm my nerves before we got there. Once I got that first line out of my system though....look out! I loved it! I even did the superwoman with one of the guides! What a rush!! We had so much fun. After zip lining we enjoyed lunch and then got down and dirty with mud baths! Mike enjoyed this a little too much, flopping mud on my back and making sure it was rubbed in good. We also got to enjoy the pools and spas ...