Chalet Orosi

Address: Calle Juco, 200mts sur de la, Orosi, Province of Cartago, 7100, Costa Rica | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Calle Juco, 200mts sur de la, Orosi, is near Safari Mangrove Tours.
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    Travel Blogs from Orosi

    Spending a full day in San José

    A travel blog entry by alliero on Jun 12, 2014

    ... to the bus stop, ask the driver where we were going, be told by the driver where to get off, and then told what way to go, but we made it there! We interviewed some students at the university about their ecological footprint so that we could then compare it to our own.

    We went to lunch next, and finding place to eat by the university was hard because the first game of the world cup was starting so everywhere was crowded. ...

    Volcán Irazu

    A travel blog entry by sjleflem on May 18, 2014

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    Went to an inactive volcano today called The Volcano Irazu. We had to ride in a bus up the mountain on highways that had no guard rails. It was a little freaky on some turns. But the trip was amazing. We drove above the clouds to the summit, 11000 feet. It was ...

    The Cloud Forest on a Sunny Day

    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Mar 12, 2014

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    ... started out on a shorter, 45 minute loop. In the middle of this loop, at the summit of the entire mountain, was a viewing tower. It was a tall metal structure, about 5 stories high, which could be ascended using a series of ladders and very skinny stairs. This really tested the limits of my maternally inherited vertigo. But when we got to the top it was so worth it, and the clear skies enhanced it unbelievably. We were above the canopy, on the top of the ...

    Why to travel, why to live.

    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Mar 07, 2014

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    ... were allowing people to build their earth ships for free, with the hope of it becoming a productive, self sustaining, farming community in time. The only problem was that the people who were building their earth ships there didn't live in Costa Rica, they just flew over once or twice a year, did a stint of work on the farm, then returned home. So all the earth ships were unfinished and the farm itself was overgrown and uncared for. When we got up there we found that no one had been ...

    Two days of work and a scenic tour

    A travel blog entry by dharmawalk on Oct 09, 2013

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    Our final stop on the tour was the museum of religious art of San Jose de Orosi. This building is a 17th century convent and was a franciscan retreat. Many of the objects and paintings that were discovered in this building were in terrible disprepair but there were some excellent pieces and paintings. There was also a small room in the very back that displayed art of indigenous people as well as grinding stones of various sizes and shapes and a large stone alter from ...