El Caracol Inn

Address: San Jose, Province of San Jose, 1200, Costa Rica | B&B
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Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by candiceanthony on Jun 16, 2015

... the country but we didn't know we needed them and I had them on my email but we didn't have wifi. So I couldn't access the email. Just our luck, of course! Anyways they let us go on without it, and we couldn't be more grateful! We got onto the bus and soon after we were at the border. Thankfully this is the last time we have to deal with Central American border crossing because its such a messed up system that doesn't make ...

Watching the Big Game in KFC

A travel blog entry by kate9miller on Dec 14, 2014

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... other! When the game ended the place emptied out pretty quickly, we were obviously some of the very few customers that were not there to watch the football!

Back at the hostel we chilled out and watched a bit of TV before it was time for me to say my final goodbyes to Vicky, Kelly and Rachel :( Phil and I then caught the last bus at 10pm out to the airport to save on an expensive taxi journey in the middle of the night. ...

Old friends, new families, toucans and sloths

A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour on Aug 05, 2014

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... bright and early ready for breakfast with the babies, which was awesome! The owner brought out 2 less than 3 month old sloths to have their milk and leaves, and then the 3 week old spider monkey for her breakfast – such a moving experience! Noelia, the 6 month old spider monkey played around in her cage in the background the whole time, and she was so much fun to play with just by moving around outside the cage.

After an incredible stay at the ranch, ...

End of Part 1 : Heading Back Home

A travel blog entry by mandl_ontherun on Jul 01, 2014

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... most poignantly seeing the one of the locks of the canal. You can't really appreciate the size and the feat of engineering until you see a HUGE freight ship being lifted up 10m. From the city we visited the islands of San Blas, an archipelago home to the Kuna Indians and with their own laws, separate from the mainland. We got a boat to our own little desert island which we shared for a couple of nights with a handful of people. It was a wonderful piece ...

A very wet trip to Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by hannahgriffiths on Jun 30, 2014

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... is peeled off and then they are separated by size and roasted. We also saw the process of making chocolate, as we had learnt a few days before and then how the process sugarcane to sugar.

Before we knew it, it was time to make our way back to San Jose to fly home. Costa Rica is a beautiful country with lots of exciting activities to do although their food wasn't quite as tasty as I was expecting. Such a fantastic way to end such an amazing year.

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