Hotel Domus Kahuna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... FUN! With border crossing behind us, hire car in hand we were finally on our way to enjoy Costa Rica.
Our plan was to drive south along the Pacific Coast and stop off at a few more well known beaches and stay a few nights, enjoying all the these places had to offer. Our first stop was Tamarindo Beach which was just outside of Liberia.
We were so excited about having a car, that we cranked the tunes and whizzed into town stopping off at ...
... greatly value their producers and recognize their struggles as small
holders and women in farming. They wanted to support my work however they
could. Next week I will also meet up with Steven, another American who is in
the region for the Peace Corps, who has been working with the smallholder
farmers in the region for some time. He will be my translator and liaison into
this community. I am really ...
... carpet not the dirt path the following morning. More waves, smiles, holas and even a free cocktail from one admirer. Gate crashing the luxury hotel in the resort and getting a free house speciality shot from Jesse at the BBQ shack ended our time in Tamarindo. Saying our farewells to our new friends who were never to be seen again. Well until I found my new friend requests on Facebook. How they think that's normal behaviour I have no idea. See you in England amigos! ...
... be sorted out before meeting Nat and Rob for happy hour at Nouguis on the beach. The mojitos there are delicious! We watched the sunset and then went to Pandas for more 241 this time on watermelon vodka. We ate here too. After quite a few cocktails and finding out that Nat confuses my brothers and has essentially morphed them together as well as learning I am a middle child, we called it a ...
... into contact with under the water. In fact he wears two pairs of gloves, which FYI are banned in Playa Coco's. On this particular dive his student told us that he was 1. playing with a scorpionfish, poisonous, but not so much if you're wearing two pairs of gloves, 2. he was aggrevating a ray (a la Steve Irwin) so it would shoot off from where it was relaxing in the sand really fast. Unfortunately it did not turn round and stab him in the leg, and then 3. This one has made me ...