Horizon Villas Tamarindo
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... to Tamarindo, a small surfing town a few hours from San Jose. We spent 4 nights and had a really relaxing time! Peter surfed everyday and we did a really fun paddle boarding trip! The town was really nice - lots of great places to eat, beach bars and a big surfing vibe! We stayed at a really nice B&B - run by a young couple; who could not have been nicer! They gave us bikes to get around and made the most amazing gourmet breakfasts! We could have stayed a lot ...
... my limited abilities. I needed to keep my hands on the reins!
Thankfully Maya, although spirited and spry, was well mannered, very well
trained, and clearly knew the route we were taking.
crossed a stream and started climbing a steep hill, we switch backed up for
some time. Maya was huffing and puffing as we approached the top. We crested
the hill and my jaw dropped at the amazing view, the wind ...
... was hot, we would meet back up in the afternoon.
I went back to “my” house and reheated some coffee from breakfast. I took my
coffee and journal to the ranchero (gazebo) to think. There was a wonderful
breeze here and I sat in a hammock sipping coffee and jotting ideas into my
journal. I heard a strange bird call and looked up to see the most amazing bird
of my life, picture perfect, just feet from my face. A toucan! I slowly ...
... to some good Blues music and there was a slight fog on the road from the churned up dust. Dry season means there is quite a bit of dust around here. We made our way to Nosara and Guiones. I really liked the feel of these places. They seemed like quiet hippy towns with a lot of yoga and surfing. We stopped at the Living Hotel to use wifi and ordered superfood shakes. They had a yoga loft overlooking the pool and a yoga/hippy ...
... We talked there for a while
about, from what I could understand, a pest that had been harming their
stopped into a younger women’s home, she had large shaded greenhouses around
her home to grown ornamental ferns. We spoke with her about a new project the
women’s organic agriculture group of the region was putting together. These
women, members of the organic ...