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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Tamarindo
... blender. So with that, and a car to ferry us around we ducked into town, grabbed tonnes of fresh fruit and vegetables and raced home to whip up green smoothies, something that we had been longing for - drool!
The town here was very small, but full of life. There were some great restaurants on the small main street, along with many boutique stores something that we didn’t think that we would find here. Wondering through town, we ended up at the beach club perched right ...
... take a leisurely nap on the hammocks. We had a lot of fun talking with Miss Julie and Coach Rickert about the joys of life. When we finished with all of the painting and the clean-up, all of us girls enjoyed eating our stashed-away snacks in Jess's, Kim's, and our room. We then quickly put on our swim attire and dashed away to the Hot Springs at Yoko Termales which are made hot by the volcano. We ALL really liked the relaxing hot water and we had some very ...
Under duress from my ever demanding parents I have succumbed to giving our few eager readers some of my gifted insight. As far as oceans go, costaricen ones are rather nice, as are the costaricen cuties surfing the coast. We went surfing this morning, dad claimed that he would be a phenomenal surfer, not very surprisingly he couldn't in fact surf circles around me, I was doing that to him. I guess long boarding and being a generally active person has its perks, I'm sure it ...
Bad news. My small back up which I placed on the rack above your seat, was stolen today while traveling to Tamarindo. Yes, bummer!... but not the end of the world. But obviously more difficult to communicate from now on, ie Skype.
The mistake people warn you about ALL THE TIME. Donīt put it on the rack above. I and another guy did... and in two hours the bags were not there, Gone!
... much more pleasant for the blast down the river to Rama. Although considering a night here initially we had made good enough time to attempt the bus all the way onto Juigalpa a crossroads town on our way down to Costa Rica. We arrived late in the evening and ended up surrendering to the mercy of a local tout to show us the way to somewhere to stay. We ended up really landing on ...