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TravelPod Member ReviewsZullymar Hotel Tamarindo
Great service, wicked pool and only minutes away from the beach. Right in the centre of Tamarindo's hot spots, surrounded by clubs, cafes and dinning.
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I have been envisioning myself on a surfboard for many years now. However, my envisioning always included two hands! My scaphoid fracture has hindered me a little bit, but it has not stopped me! I've been getting up once every three times in tamarindo. The beach is calm and definitely has beginners written all over it.
We fell in love …
... we only walked up and down the beach each day and watched the surfers.
The place we stayed at was up on the hill with a view of the sun setting right in front of us. It was definitely necessary to have our car for dinner but we would walk down to the beach for our walks.
We took it easy though since Brian was still recovering. No surfing or kayaking or sight seeing, just living la Pura Vida. =)
... erupted with hungry fish. We crossed the
stream and went to a raised goat pen adjacent to a large pasture. Of the eight
or so goats there three where currently being milked, we captured each one by
one and milked them dry. I was slow and only milked one and let Oscar, who was
much quicker, get the other two.
these morning chores I met back with Ernesto by the calf. The calf was doing
better but he was out of medications ...
... I wrote for a short time before Ernesto came down
with dinner, he said his wife was exhausted and would have to join us for
breakfast instead. We had a nice meal of chicken with potatoes, peas, and
salad…no rice…no beans! It was good, and it had all been grown on the farm. We
talked of CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture) organic systems, family, and
food preservation. I told Ernesto of my idea to have a workshop to show ...
... and explore here. We asked where we would catch a bus to this place but unfortunately there wasn't any direct routes so we had to get a connecting one to Liberia. This bus took longer than the women had said it was going to take and also more annoying there was no connecting bus to Arenal. Our long thought out plans had gone to pot, so we decided again and chose to take the next bus to Tamarindo. Whilst all this was occurring there was a down pour of heavy rain and ...