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MIA: And I'm Back

Well, I’m not back in El Tunco but I’m back again blogging. As I mentioned in my last post, I was heading to Costa Rica to renew my visa. 412 more words

Renewal by 4th Tap

Rating: 4.5/5

Renewal by 4th Tap is a 5.8% ABV American Pale Wheat Ale brewed with Tamarind

Tart, energizing, curious, and refreshing.


I cannot recall the last time I had a beer with Tamarind other than the Jolly Pumpkin Forgotten Tales of the Last Gypsy Blender Series 1 Volume one which had both Mango and Tamarind. 385 more words

Anime Beers :P

A Vacation in Costa Rica is within the Ability of Nearly Anyone

Perhaps considered one of the most beautiful of just about all Central American spots nowadays may be the country associated with hotel costa rica. There exists a rationale exactly why this specific pleasant and of course varied region is one of the most popular vacation destinations in the world, and it perhaps has a lot to do with the enticing happiness from the residents. 238 more words


Costa Rica

We had such a great time on our trip to Costa Rica. We flew from Salt Lake -> Oakland -> LAX -> Liberia, Costa Rica. It was a long travel day but luckily we made all our flights and our luggage made it too. 1,343 more words

Foreign Service


I arrived a day ahead of friends who I would be staying here for a week with. After my hike at Rincon I was a bit tired but got up early and caught the second local bus out of Liberia. 238 more words

Costa Rica

How to get from Tamarindo to Avellanas ,Witch's rock ,or Ollie's point easy !

Hello this is my first post and just wanted to share some information for people traveling to Costa rica and thinking of visiting the northern northern part of the country which is the province of Guanacaste I’ve seen many people ask how to get to Avellanas from Tamarindo which I would say both are beautiful beaches one is secluded and white sand beach and the other is very touristy I bet you all know that well any how my point and the whole point of this post is giving a little help first of all guys there is many ways on getting to Avellanas one way is taking a taxi , the second you can take a shuttle that charges 12 bucks round trip although in the slow season they are less frequent or they stop at all because they don’t have the minimum amount to make the trip , although there is a company called Tamarindo Surf Trips very helpful indeed their main activity is to offer guided surf trips almost anywhere along the Coast from Witch’s rock all the way to Camaronal, these guys are friendly and are fluent in the English language I’ll leave the link where you can contact them… 27 more words


Tamarindo is a town and distrito located on the Nicoya Peninsula on the Northern Pacific coast of Costa Rica in the Province of Guanacaste. The district has a population of 6,869, although the town itself is about 500. 29 more words