Diamond Inn Bed & Breakfast

Alajuela, Province of Alajuela, 506, Costa Rica | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Alajuela

Early Mornings in Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by gilmer


Well, even with a comfy bed, I was still only able to sleep in until 7 am. Boy, have my sleeping patterns ever changed. I used to be able to sleep until 9 or 10 am and still be tired. Now, I sleep to 6 or 7 am and have more energy in the morning. Interesting!

We are still in Alajuela, Costa Rica. We stayed at the Holiday Inn Express hotel in this city. To be honest, if you didn't know better, you would think you were back home in Canada. The Holiday Inn in this ...

Panama City to Costa Rica - good to great

A travel blog entry by jakedavis


... The customs agent was browsing facebook and listening to James Brown at the customer desk "Living in America". She also smiled when we started dancing. :) The second form we should have had and didnt, was at the 2nd bag scanning station, but the girl there just waved us through even though we didnt have the form. Nice! You then walk into a corridor outside where a taxi pimp hailed a taxi for us after Lynsey explained where we needed to go. The cab driver however did ...

Raleigh: Phase 2 - A tale of two parks

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts


... it. Our commute to the worksite was past the old prison buldings, across the island and along the long sandy unspoilt beach of Playa Coco. We lined the edges of the path with large rocks from near the path route; we then laid first sand, from the nearby sandy beach; and lastly pebbles from the pebble beach, nearer the other end of the trail. The work was strenuous, as we loaded up pebbles into hessian sacks or backpacks at the pebble beach and carried them up and down slopes ...

The argument for getting lost

A travel blog entry by jenifertravels

... a couple of fender amps, two electic guitars, headphones, and two $1000 microphones. Meanwhile, chef Mark pulls a trumpet and harmonica out if his Mary Poppins kitchen. We suddenly had all the ingredients, and alcohol, for a very entertaining evening indeed. My confidence lubricated by booze, I pounded out some acoustic pearl jam with John on his gorgeous Martin guitar, the beat of breaking surf our backdrop. Our crew headed out onto the sand for star ...

Adventures Contradictions

A travel blog entry by nathan.guyer


... and visited some waterfalls and hotsprings.

I've developed a somewhat dynamic relationship with the tourism industry here. I discussed before how I've always had to play 20 questions to get right or consistent information. But beyond that, I'm the sort of "tourist" that constantly brings ideas and questions up that people say are impossible or simply illogical. The tourist office staff tell me bus's don't go where I'm going, it will take too long, that option ...

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