Casa Rural Aroma de Campo

Address: 2 km east and 300m north, Iglesia de Curubande, Liberia, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | B&B
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This B&B is located on 2 km east and 300m north, Iglesia de Curubande, Liberia.
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    Travel Blogs from Liberia

    Near Death Experience w/ Angry Monkey's

    A travel blog entry by teamram on Apr 09, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... for about an hour and tried out the different pools throughout the river. You work up a good sweat swimming in hot springs. At 3:30 we headed back up the hill and took a swim in the pool at the resort before heading back at 4:00.

    When we got back to the resort we showered and got ready for dinner. We decided to stay at the resort for dinner and packed it in early again. Tomorrow we have a cabana rented pool side and we booked a couples massage at the spa.

    The Hilton Garden Inn

    A travel blog entry by eljo_adventures on Feb 09, 2014

    3 photos

    ... br> Ellie returned with a smile on her face and lots of pictures she took and told me what she saw around the area.

    Later we decided to go have something to eat .We put our order in at the restaurent and I asked the waitress if they could deliver the food to our room and she said there would be a charge. So we went back to our room and then ...

    Rice and Beans

    A travel blog entry by miller.mba2011 on Jul 30, 2013

    12 photos

    ... br>
    With the prophecy of impending doom, Mandy and I are off to the Pacific coast tomorrow.


    Puerto Viejo - The surf had dropped and Salsa Brava was not working. The beach breaks around the point near Playa Cocles had some head-high sets and so I paddled out. I was the only non-local but the vibe was pretty friendly.

    I rented a 6'6" x 19' x 2'6/10" rounded square. It had been snapped before and was ...


    A travel blog entry by mikeandnat on Jul 25, 2013

    8 photos

    ... central north, a large town with a lot of wealth I am told, however it was hard to see. Tourism had taken over, to a large extent, washing away some of the undoubted charm of the colourful buildings and people. All is not lost though, sit in the central plaza for a while, or walk the backstreets and you will watch the Nico's go through their day to day lives, much like I am sure they did 20 years ago before the tourists started arriving. After a pretty grim first night we ...

    Liberia Day 3 - Beaches day!....

    A travel blog entry by elbuscador on May 14, 2013

    40 photos

    ... bus stopp early enough, 1:15PM. The bus showed up at exactly 1:40PM and off I went to my last beach: Playa Panama. It was kind of a long walk but I was ready to go back to the main road at 3:15 PM, hoping to hitchhike another ride which I did, luckily. A nice Tico guy and left me at the same "cruce," so I waited for the first bus coming back from Playa De Coco to Liberia. Again, another nice, comfortable ...