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

8

... not having to wait in a long line up. Turns out, when we got to the airport, there didn't seem to be much of a lineup after all. Oh well, at least it was done!!!

That morning while we were waiting to leave for the airport, I also used their printer to obtain our airline tickets.

So, we made it to the airport and what a procedure it is to leave the country. Normally, with all the documents we have back home, we can just head to the customs and then head to ...

Panama City to Costa Rica - good to great

A travel blog entry by jakedavis

4

... night was awesome. We went to a local bar(super small called The Green Monkey) and then out for Chiense food as some of the local fair restaurants were already closed. Julian explained that this is normal as most of the San Jose economy is very small business..which are EVERYWHERE. What a fantastic night and a complete 180 from Panama City.  This morning we are a bit hung over and looking forward to the farmers market Julian is taking us to today. More fun to come.    ...

Welcome to the Jungle

A travel blog entry by rhea_

41

... couple to look for birds in the jungle. We saw some lovely birds and some monkeys too; however we were absolutely mauled by mosquitos. There were thousands buzzing around us at all times and although we had covered ourselves in repellent, they were still landing on our bare skin and biting us through clothes. We all looked cartoonish stood looking up at monkeys and swatting ourselves continuously all over. This is the only time when it is alright for a near ...

Adventures Contradictions

A travel blog entry by nathan.guyer

2

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I might be on my last night in Costa Rica, and while it may be hard to go back, as always I know this adventure is just giving way to another one. It is hard to not know when I might be out again, but having this experience to look back on, to inspire me and learn from going forward makes finding the adventures close to home a little easier.

So I thought I'd start now. Tomorrow, I head out to possibly the most foreign of all my destinations yet. North ...

Goodbye Guatemala! Hello Costa Rica!

A travel blog entry by georgeheap

2

... in on that walk (even though we were walking double time!) By the time we got there I was huffing and puffing as we had walked so fast and quite a bit of the walk is uphill...actually it has uphill both ways. Lars took me back to the airport and the rest of the day was traveling to San Jose which was a pretty easy journey. Today I struggled to get out of bed and took a freezing cold shower (that woke me up!) I ...

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