Villa Las Tecas

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

      Day 6

      A travel blog entry by anyaw on Dec 06, 2014

      2 photos

      Day 6 my family and I traveled to the Nicoya Peninsula in Costa Rica.
      The Nicoya Peninsula is known for their many beaches, and small villages. We went surfing, fishing, and snorkeling. According to a local we met, most of the beaches were discovered by surfers since the pacific side of Costa Rica, which is where Nicoya Peninsula is located, has one of the best stretches of surfing coastline in the world. ...

      Hi BOBS! NOOOO! Hiccupsss...Travel days are long!

      A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Jun 22, 2014

      5 comments, 23 photos

      ... me it wasn't a dream. He said the police were probably just hungry since it was lunch time. :( Poor guy, now he doesn't have any tortillas or rice to make dinner with... sad...

      Bambi claims he is famous in Costa Rica, and everything I have seen so far has confirmed that. He made a phone call and managed to find us a ride directly from Liberia's airport to Samara. We had planned to take several buses and taxis to get there. The best part is we ...

      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 ...

      Costa Rica - east to west

      A travel blog entry by panamericalandy on Dec 19, 2012

      1 comment, 40 photos

      ... or Friendship) whose territory runs
      over into neighbouring Costa Rica. It was green and lush, and why? Because
      there was plenty of rain along the way. Seems the official rainy season is yet
      to end. But we noticed it was a great deal cooler on the Caribbean coast albeit
      still seriously humid. We made a brief stop in the unappealing port town of Puerto
      Amirante which acts as a marine terminal for coastal shipping in the region and
      a ferry terminal for ...

      Things I Want to Remember

      A travel blog entry by kirklmiller on Dec 02, 2012

      18 photos

      ... his surfboard for a few days.

      My host family, Sharr & Terry. Watching them surf as a family at sunset with their extended family as well, all on the water together as sun sets. This seemed to be a daily ritual for them. I though of this amazing bond as a family and it is something I will take with me.

      Rolf and Diana from Switzerland: I was so struck by these new friends from Switzerland, who had saved for ...