Pacuare Lodge

Pacuare River, Turrialba, Province of Cartago, 1000, Costa Rica | B&B
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This B&B, located on Pacuare River, Turrialba, is near Safari Mangrove Tours.
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    Travel Blogs from Turrialba

    Day 2

    A travel blog entry by bdostal on Dec 08, 2013

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... flagged by la Policia to pull over on my way to the Park and asked for my passport. They were polite and sent me on my way. Then at the Park, a blind man approached me and, in very broken English, explained that it was his job to watch the parked cars for a small tip. I asked the park ranger and he said, yes that is his job. I had a 100 colon piece which he happily accepted and my car was right where ...

    Slowly, Time Moves Fast

    A travel blog entry by maldo421 on Nov 09, 2013

    1 photo

    ... healing, growth, and strength I have been experiencing as a whole. Each day I
    grow more passionate about fulfilling the prayer “Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be
    done, on Earth as it is in Heaven”. The Kingdom, you see, started with a
    garden, and with a garden it shall come.



    We are called NOW more than ever to return
    to the life Creator has intended for us to live. I do not feel that this
    life includes TV-dinners ...

    Raleigh: Eso es todo!

    A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Sep 08, 2013

    3 photos

    ... were also held; with awards celebrating our Venturers, I presented the well deserved Spirit of Raleigh award to one of my lovely Zulu group. The night finished off with a disco, which was one last time to have a dance with everyone, though not great for the ankle! The next morning, was the Venturers last early start, as they were all now homeward bound; split once more across UK, Bermuda, Hong Kong, Costa Rica and Nicaragua, and many more besides. I travelled on one ...

    Raleigh: Jungle Camp beckons

    A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Jun 23, 2013

    4 photos

    ... our camp. We wouldn't just be staying in tents however, as following demonstrations we put up basha hammocks and beds. A basha bed is made by building two tripods of bamboo and using a canvas hammock, threaded with more bamboo, to build a bed in between. Once tied together and with a mozzie net and waterproof tarp added over the top, it's suprisingly cosy and comfy! This was practice for our possible sleeping arrangements on our ...

    Mucho español

    A travel blog entry by kemitch on May 30, 2013

    ... sat down near us, and we began talking with them, so again I was listening and focusing on understanding the Spanish all around me, yet again, I was blown away by their kindness and graciousness, as they encouraged me in my speaking ability and desired to know more about each of us gringos. Tikos are much more selfless than so many Americans. They really value people and relationships so much more than their own agendas or problems. There is a lot I ...