Siempreverde B&B

12 km/5 mi northwest of Tribunales de Justicia de Alajuela, turn left at high school, Alajuela, Province of Alajuela, Costa Rica | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Alajuela

Completing the circle in Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by swanning_around


... his 'project', a small rehabilitation centre in the hills behind the town, as someone had asked him to rescue a porcupine.

The poor thing had been eating too much fruit on a farm adjacent to the forest and the farmer had lost patience and was going to kill it. Alex removed it , and asked if we wanted to go and see his project and take the porcupine. He already has one porcupine there which had been attacked by a dog but had now made a good recovery. ...

Baños? No necesitamos baños!

A travel blog entry by bpancoast


... delayed about an hour due to a leaky lavatory...they had to drain it and patch it and make it not in use for the flight. Oh well..we don't need no stinkin bathrooms :).

We arrived to a very sunny and warm San Jose, Costa Rica, and were greeted with a film crew and photographer from International Service Learning, the organization that coordinates these medical relief missions. They are doing a promotional video for ISL, so ...

Best pineapple ever

A travel blog entry by klynch35313


... causes a flower to start emerging from the centre of the crop. This flower develops into the fruit. After forcing it is around 22 weeks until harvest. Harvesting is done by hand as mentioned previously. Each block will be harvested more than once as not all the fruits ripen at the exact same time. It is possible to then have a second harvest after about 7 months after which the plants are killed with herbicide and then burned and incorporated into the ...

Costa Rica - La Selva, Cahuita, P.V de Talamanca

A travel blog entry by seanandalexa


... del Toro in Panama in the morning and were fed up of the cloud and rain which we´d experienced for the past 10 days so hoped the weather would be better there. Although we have loved some of the things we have done in Costa Rica, and the wildlife we have seen, it is certainly not one of our favourite countries we have visited so far. It is almost devoid of its own culture and identity with the whole country just set up for tourism and entertaining Americans. The majority ...

We have arrived

A travel blog entry by beattie_family


... driving was ok, though on the wrong side for us. There were few signs, but at least there were some road markings and the odd traffic light.

We drove for about 5 hours from Aleuja to Monterrey and then on to our next hotel, Leaves and Lizards. The road corkscrewed through thick fog (well, it isn't called cloud forest for nothing!), torrential rain and hot sunshine. Eventually we reached a very rocky dirt road and a sign for Leaves and Lizards - we'd arrived

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This B&B is located on 12 km/5 mi northwest of Tribunales de Justicia de Alajuela, turn left at high school, Alajuela.
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