Villa Las Tecas

Address: Lots C184 and C185, Playas de Nosara, Nicoya, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Lots C184 and C185, Playas de Nosara, Nicoya, is near Nosara Beach (Playa Guiones), Charlie's Adventure Tours, Cabo Blanco Absolute Natural Reserve, and Cabo Blanco Absolute Reserve.
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      Beach Bum

      A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Jun 25, 2014

      4 comments, 17 photos

      ... hoops light up! sigh...

      I woke up late today, and once again, Rhea Lynn made us breakfast. Lush. I eat multiple avocados each day.... I love them. They go well with EVERYTHING!


      I spent a couple of hours reading and laying out by the pool before we left for the beach. Then that is exactly what I did there. Relaxed. I was a perfect beach bum. I am quite sure I could do it professionally. Lots of locals were there ...

      First few weeks of voluntary work.

      A travel blog entry by marinaa on Jan 24, 2014

      ... at this school. The whole community will be able to help sustain the nature. It probably won't go all that smooth right from the start but maybe in a couple of years there will be a lot of people that recycle in this area.

      The last project I will talk about is the 'Butterfly project'. This project doesn't make me feel particularly useful but it's lots of fun to do. Just like with the birds the park wants to index all the butterflies that visit Barra Honda. Only ...

      Turtles, turtles everywhere!

      A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Oct 03, 2013

      4 photos

      ... vehicles and made a quick getaway, in case the streams across the roads turned into rivers on the route home. It was a shame to leave the turtles so soon, but as it's wet season we'd been lucky to have the time we did to revel in the sight. After the excitement in Sámara, yet another (definitely my last!) whistlestop visit through San Jose is now required, before I fly up to the new sights and sounds of Guatemala ...

      Costa Rica - east to west

      A travel blog entry by panamericalandy on Dec 19, 2012

      1 comment, 40 photos

      ... jet. Local fuel, even petrol, is full of rubbish and even
      filtering it into the stove bottle with a paper coffee filter sometimes doesn’t
      seem to help much.

      Much of the coast in this region features dangerous rip
      currents making it an often dodgy place to swim. Every year apparently people
      drown because of this. The surf also is frequently of the “dumper” variety
      which can knock the unsuspecting off their feet and drag them out ...

      Weekend at the beach!

      A travel blog entry by ashleysblog on Sep 15, 2012

      11 photos

      ... before. Softer sand, smaller waves, clearer water, restaurants right on the beach and shade nice and close for me! We at lunch right on the beach with our toes in the sand. On our walk back along the beach after lunch we got to feel our second aftershock. This was such a crazy feeling standing with my feet right in the sand and feeling the ground shake while looking out at the ocean. It really reminder you of just how powerful the earth can be! After that we headed back to the ...