La Palapa

Address: Main street in Tamarindo, Tamarindo, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | Villa
 
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This villa is located on Main street in Tamarindo, Tamarindo.
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      Travel Blogs from Tamarindo

      A Once in a Lifetime experience

      A travel blog entry by teamram on Apr 07, 2014

      3 comments, 9 photos

      ... a short safety demonstration from the crew and we were off and running. Christine and I changed into our bathing suites and headed to the front of the boat to lay in the nets. I lasted about 5 minutes on the nets before passing out for a nap, very relaxing. The outside temperature today was 100 degrees but it gets masked by the breeze from sailing. The crew pointed out a rock formation at the end of the bay that locals call Monkey Head Rock because it looks exactly like ...

      Time For The Beach

      A travel blog entry by hintonsinbelize on Nov 17, 2013

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... the better of the two that we visited (the second one we'll post about next) as the waves were so big! It's a very popular surfing spot, although we didn't actually try it out. The boys were happy enough just riding the waves on their own.

      The holiday apartments had a pool which we made frequent use of. On the first morning the boys got up early and went in ...

      Zipping Over Tree-Tops

      A travel blog entry by summersabroad on May 22, 2013

      24 photos

      ... taken to the other side of the bay. Because of the way the peninsula juts out, the water here is extremely calm, making the twenty or so minutes we were on the water pleasant and affording good views. Once across, we got into a van and were driven five minutes up the road to where our horseback riding guide awaited us. It was just me and Ben, plus the guide, which in a way was nice. Unfortunately, my horse was a slow-poke. Ben figured out that the best way to ...

      Pura Vida!

      A travel blog entry by stella762 on Mar 29, 2013

      92 photos

      ... a few hours.

      You could also arrange to take the greyline. It is a shuttle company the shuttles tourist around to all the major cities in Costa Rica. It cost four times as much as the public buses. I am on a tight budget,so I decided to take the local bus for $12 for a 6 hour ride.

      The bus from Tamarindo went smoothly. I arrived at 9:30pm at night. My cousin Carolina was there waiting for me as my bus entered the city. She arrived about a half hour ...

      18-19: Yee Ha!

      A travel blog entry by blondesontour on Feb 22, 2013

      6 photos

      ... was so good! Proper old school songs like Usher's 'Yeah'. We did a lot of dancing and generally had a good time. Guys were actually polite and asked me if I wanted to dance rather than trying to make me, which was a refreshing change. I still declined though, if I'm going to dance it's going to be with my friends who I came to see ;) However once it got to after 1pm I sensibly sent myself home to bed so I wouldn't die the next day, I really can't do hangovers in this heat, ...