Visiting Playa Tamarindo
- Hi All,
We are traveling to Tamarindo for business Friday and Saturday and so that we, after nearly 3 years, can finally see a beach.
We are needing a place to crash (three of us). If possible, we would prefer an inexpensive place to stay, does not have to be on the beach.
Anyone who gives me a good lead, I promise to be nice about piggybacking for an undetermined period of time.
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- On Wed, 27 Oct 2004 11:06:51 -0600, Fred Morgan wrote:
> Anyone who gives me a good lead, I promise to be nice aboutOnly three years here and see how the corruption has already
> piggybacking for an undetermined period of time.
insidiously infected him already!
- Ah, Martin,
But you see, I did not promise I would permit piggybacking, just that I would not be my normal surly self! Instead of rejecting the message out of hand like I am prone to do on occasion, I might actually clean it up for them, until I get irritated of course.
Of course, no one has offered my information, so I can see that there is a total lack of belief in my sincerity in the offer.
- Fred: A couple of years ago we stayed at Villas Amarilla in
Tamarindo for 3 weeks and enjoyed it. Certainly not a luxury place -
more of a backpacker type place. Not the most comfortable beds in
the world, but enough sleeping space for at least 5 in the room.
Gracious hosts (French if I recall correctly), right on that
gorgeous beach, little fridge and an A/C unit in the room. Outdoor
restaurant next to the beach and an outdoor kitchen for the use of
the guests as well. All this for only about $35 per night as I
recall. Great deal compared to other prices in the area. Tel 653-
0038. Hope this is helpful. Just realized this may be too late to
help you. Just got back from a trip to another beach (I love Cahuita
and Puerto Viejo!) and saw your post asking for information about
Hope your trip is fun!
- Thanks for the suggestion.
We lucked out, since we associate so much with Ticos, we just bunked up with them. Had a great time. New experience and adventures. I am freezing today in San Carlos.
One purpose was I was scouting out teak that is available for harvest. Found some that is a possible. For those of you in the past who invested in Teak, and if you happen to have any, the demand is quite high for raleos now (thinning) so if you have any you want to sell, please contact me and I will give you the details.
India has managed to run out of Teak, so is buying all it can from Costa Rica.
Interesting, eh? Teak is native to India.
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I saw your posting and am quite interested in selling raleos. We have 80 Has. being thinned now, most of which is ten years old. If you could send the information it would be greatly appreciated.