• Beautiful!

    Karen2 years ago
  • I’ve always wanted to go to one of the many butterfly farms in Central America, but never made it. Thanks for sharing your experience!

    Karen2 years ago
  • OMG…this scares me! I had a scorpion in my apartment in Costa Rica and my apartment in Panama. I killed them. (Sorry about that.) Our guide in Tikal, Guatemala played with a tarantula in a similar way. I just can’t do it. :-/

    Karen2 years ago
  • Isn’t it interesting that we come across people in so many different parts of the world who are welcoming and hospitable? Wouldn’t it be nice if this is what we expected, instead of what we were surprised by? I think in their essence, people are the same all over the world, don’t you?

    Karen2 years ago
  • That’s such a beautiful story. It’s nice to get the legend behind the pictures. Nice pic too!

    Karen2 years ago
    • Daisy replied 2 years ago

      haha~~thanks :). Really amazing place. You know what, there is a stone there named bell stone, whenever you strike hard on it, even with your hand, it sounds like bell~~ incredible!

  • Hasta luego!

    Karen2 years ago
  • After sunset at Playa Tamarindo.

    Karen2 years ago
  • Tamarindo is the land of beautiful sunsets.

    Karen2 years ago
  • Tamarindo is a great place to hang out on the water…sailing, motorboat, snorkeling, diving, or just chilling.

    Karen2 years ago
  • Hotel Diria is right on the beach in Tamarindo, the center of everything and a great place to stay. If you choose not to stay there, at least try their beachside restaurant.

    Karen2 years ago
  • Playa Tamarindo is a beautiful beach, great for swimming and surfing. Probably not the greatest option for snorkeling, but there are islands offshore that could serve that purpose.

    Karen2 years ago
  • It’s our last weekend in Tamarindo before heading back to Panama City, Panama, then flying out next week to Guayaquil, Ecuador. Since this is the best beach town I’ve been to in Central America (except maybe Placencia, Belize), I leave you with beach pics. Enjoy.

    Karen2 years ago
  • Hahaha…sounds like me! Flip flops in Placencia, Belize or Minneapolis, Minnesota. Stay warm!

    Karen2 years ago
  • Wild elephants? Oh, so jealous! The flowers look so strange, like a children’s painting where they forget the details. lol

    Karen2 years ago
  • What do you think? First day on the beach? No one is burned yet. Hope someone brought the sunscreen.

    Karen2 years ago
  • Evidence that in the same way that there is no such thing as a full bus, there is no such thing as a full boat.

    Karen2 years ago
  • Remember these days when you were a child and you played outside with not much more than your imagination? When you didn’t have a care in the world? When everything was ahead of you — no stresses and no responsibilities? If you hang around long enough, those days will come again. :-)

    Karen2 years ago
  • We were sitting at a beachside bar having a beer and watching the surf when a guy sat down next to us and ordered a coffee. After the coffee arrived, he went on a twenty minute rant about how it tasted just as good at the coffee at a specialty shop and was a fraction of the price, demanding an explanation from us, as if we…[Read more]

    Karen2 years ago
  • Oh, these are so interesting. It would be really cool to see it in a video. Of course, LIVE is best of all! Have fun and keep sharing! :-)

    Karen2 years ago
    • Daisy replied 2 years ago

      Oh, some of my friend recorded videos~~yes, the audio quality decreased a lot :) Thanks

  • Hahaha…it really is beautiful though. I’m used to seeing ramshackle hidden spaces posing as bus stations.

    Karen2 years ago
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