Travel Blogs from Tamarindo
... both burst out laughing when he elongated the word acknowledgement to about 30 seconds! We had to pull ourselves together and resist eye contact for a bit after that. But he was quite cute! Andy's vows were amazing. I hadn't heard them beforehand and was very impressed! He did the last part in spanish which was gorgeous and also made the officiator proud. We slurped down a cocktail and then cracked open the bubbly and took some pics. Dinner was good and luckily the ...
... at Villa Amarilla .Carolina's friend owns this little villa right on the beach. T.J. bought the Villa in April. He sold his business and packed their bags and moved to Costa Rica! I love these kind of stories. I hope to one day have a story like that of my own. It is a dream of my mine to someday own land at the beach somewhere!
Anyways, I am getting sidetracked. On Friday we just chilled at the hotel catching up and making plans for the week.
... mucked up the easiest knot the two half hitches. I did it after a few attempts and then oh dear god the sheet bend. This knot was basically my worst nightmare on the dive. I just couldn't do it, all I could think about was how cold I was but knew if I didn't do it I would just stay there until I did. It was like a vicious circle. Martin and Laura kept showing me how to do it and as soon as they had I would just forget it, so I kept doing it wrong. I knew it was so simple and ...
... in Tamarindo.
Another shuttle and we’re hurtling along the rough as bones roads along, up and down the landscape of the Pacific coast. It’s typically explosive green and full of wildlife and it’s only some 5 or so hours before we’re rolling past the hotels outside of town with giant Buddha's out the front. ‘This must be it’ I thought. But soon enough we turned off the main drag and hit the dusty dirt road that lead 300m or so up ...
... drinks, and the drinks handed to us turned out to be shots. He took a bunch of pictures that he emailed to us. Suddenly, we realized that we had been gone way longer than we should have been to pay the exit tax and we should go back to Casa La Palapa before Dave thought we had been kidnapped. So we did.
After shining up the kids, we all headed down to the beach for a final photo shoot by the Pacific followed by a final smoothie run to ...
How has this villa rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking