Hotel el Manglar
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We caught a boat over the small but deep river from Tamarindo beach to Playa Grande. After an hour or so we saw a lady in the sand banks digging. So Anna being nosey went for a look. The lady was one of the biologists that work for the national park turtle foundation. She was digging out a turtle nest that had hatched a few days earlier. They do this to count the eggs, measure the nest & see if any eggs didn't hatch/ survive. The smell ...
... have to sit up front, but we were first on anyway! As we got the shuttle we missed our last night with the group in San Jose but it meant we had an extra night by the beach and did not have to do the extra journey to San Jose adding more hours! We decided to stay at a pretty fancy hotel as we had got a good deal online as we knew after roughing it for 9 days we would appreciate it! But we were one night early...thought we could get away with it and ...
We have had a great few days relaxing on the beach. We have also done some amazing tours including watching a pacific sea turtle lay eggs! While very American (it actually reminded us a tiny bit like Vegas without the lights and crowds at night) we have really enjoyed Tamarindo. On the first day Isaac had a surfing lesson (yes he did manage to stand up!), we somehow managed to spend $50 NZ on sushi and we went out to watch the ...
... would be funny to pull my mask off. This wouldn't have been to bad usually but obviously I am ridiculously congested right now so to clear it I basically snotted everywhere! Attractive. After the dives we went back to the shop and debriefed on the dives and went through what I still had to do to finish my dive masters, which is actually a lot still! While we were doing this we went over my scores that the other instructors had given me for previous dive master ...
The last 30mins of the drive into Tamarindo were bone rattling and after an erroneous first up attempt to find our hotel, our second attempt was successful and it was straight into the hotel for a brief introduction about the place from owner Joey, a very laid back sort of dude from California whom we later discovered built the entire place himself, including the pool, very very impressive! He showed us up to our home for the next three nights and we were rather please with it; ...