Hotel Domus Kahuna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Domus Kahuna Tamarindo
Travel Blogs from Tamarindo
... positive thing about both of us having been sick is that we have both lost weight and our stomachs have shrunk. To get an idea, for every dinner in Tamarindo, we only had ONE dinner entree for the both of us and that's IT. Oh, and only two meals a day - breakfast and dinner. I know, shocking but true. We did start ordering one appetizer to share in addition to our one dinner but I hope we can keep this for a while...
... like Alex, in
changing the world from the inside (OUR inside) out. Everything we do,
our choices and lifestyles sum up to our current state of affairs… we
have the power to choose again so we can heal ourselves, our planet and
all living beings.
Stuart is now 10 years old and attends the Monteverde Friends School.
He shares our family dream of enjoying the simple ...
... starting to flood, just our luck! Finally on the last bus of the day, we hope, to the town Tamarindo which is a costal location on the pacific side. After arriving here were were so happy with our pick of location. The bus did take two hours and we arrived pretty late and it was dark but the town looked amazing. Nothing like a third world country anymore. It was all built up with posh restaurants, bars and hotels. Looks an expensive place but will be nice for a change. We ...
... our time at Tamarindo other than to describe the town and a few places we ate at which I've left out until now; a Lebanese-type place where we had beautiful wraps for lunch one day, a brilliant Italian place where we had terrific pizza and salad for dinner one night and a French style bakery where we had delicious toasted paninis for breakfast on our way out of town to kick-start our long drive to Santa Elena. The town is fairly nice, sort of like a second world, less pretty ...
... as I got a hang of things.
We drove past our hotel and into the town as we missed it completely. But...these places are geared towards tourism and it was very easy to find help. There are all these tourist info boots all over so things were easy to find.
Arenal is famous for its Volcano. It was generally quite cloudy so getting crisp bright shots was difficult. We spent about 4 days in La Fortuna. ...