Diamond Inn Bed & Breakfast

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

Letting Go: Immersion

A travel blog entry by audreyrattay on Nov 08, 2014


... town. Everyone has gates around their homes and windows here.It was a little unsettling at first but I am used to it now. You have to keep the monkeys out somehow!

My hotel is very quaint and the landscaping and layout is beautiful. I spent time taking photos of the local flowers, including birds of paradise, orchids and mango trees. I took a quick dip in the pool which was chilly but it was refreshing. Afterwards, I sat in ...

Feels like a Monday

A travel blog entry by marksmb on Jun 16, 2014

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After a great weekend in Arenal it is back to the classroom for us. Cary has a particularly challenging group in 6th grade with a few students that don't pay attention, a lot of talking when it is time to listen, and a class clown. Discipline is not that big in the school, as parents yield a lot of power at Green Forest. Teachers are afraid to discipline ...

A Big Surprise

A travel blog entry by bpancoast on Mar 03, 2014

... to Pam that you can't really get what happens here unless you have experienced it first hand. We are truly doing such good work and making such big differences...it's just challenging to us to help the students actually see that.

Tomorrow I split between two clinics again. We'll see how it goes...we will be teaching Wii-hab to the folks who work there! And just for the record, today it was about 85 degrees, breezy and sunny. Ahh yes....some would say paradise. ...

How do you prefer to travel? Horseback or 4x4

A travel blog entry by carlatrine on Nov 17, 2013

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... trip in 1937. In 1968, Aernal suddenly erupted, completely destroying 3 villages.

After the brief history lesson, the fog started to disappear and we finally got a glimpse of Aernal Lake on one side and through the haze, Aernal Volcano on the other. It was totally worth hiking through the rain. It stopped raining enough for us to hike back to our car and back to the hotel for the day.

Once we grabbed a little lunch, I headed out for ...

7 months on the road; Reflections!

A travel blog entry by emsads on Sep 08, 2013

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... starting point, and spending almost seven weeks there we were able to visit many places off the traditional tourist route, and even entertain life as a local when we visited our friends Lisa and Rafi and São Paulo. Carnival celebrations up in Porto Seguro with a great group of friends from the UK was unforgettable, from our weird and wonderful hostel to the street and beach parties, again we managed to keep the experience as 'authentic' as possible! Argentina began with ...