Travel Blogs from Bajos del Toro, Costa Rica

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Flying through the Rain Forest, San Lorenzo, Costa Rica travel blog

Flying through the Rain Forest

A travel blog entry by thymeoff

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... , to the Northern Jacana - a coot with yellow wings and a bright yellow beak plate. Rainy season has arrived in Costa Rica, so the tourist population has diminished considerably. Even so, there were enough visiting groups to keep the cables buzzing ...

almost saw a volcano today!, La Fortuna / Volcan Arenal, Costa Rica travel blog

almost saw a volcano today!

A travel blog entry by ebmargit

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Well, Ben and I decided to head to Arenal for his last weekend here. We got up at 4:30 this morning to catch the 6:15 bus and had a 4 1/2 hour ride to La Fortuna, which sits at the bottom of the volcano Arenal. It's supposed to be really cool if the ...

MST, Here, Costa Rica travel blog

MST

A travel blog entry by pcvgirl

... dream (an operation for a sick relative, building a playground, constructing a house for poor neighbors, etc). The contestants dance with a Costa Rican star. Every week, the pairs do two dances, get judged and one pair is eliminated.   We paired ...

Volcano Poas, Volcan Poas, Costa Rica travel blog

Volcano Poas

A travel blog entry by veromarcos

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It seems as with the wildlife that volcanoes also need to be visited early...luckily the Poas National Park only opens at 8am, so we only had to get up at 6.30! The volcano is still active and has a huge crater (second in size worldwide) which is full ...

Volcano Poas, Volcano Poas, Costa Rica travel blog

Volcano Poas

A travel blog entry by mikeandmary

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We set off once more to go to Volcan Poas since this was the wettest area we had encountered and since we had not seen it. On arrival it was almost lunch time and the cloud had already started to come down; we decided to give it a try and walked to the ...

La Virgen de sarapiquí, La Virgen, Costa Rica travel blog

La Virgen de sarapiquí

A travel blog entry by hcdalmau12

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... mañana siguiente cogimos el primer bus a la fortuna (despues de haber esperado 2 horas en la parada), Queence y Jake nos prometieron que se reunirian mas adelante con nosotros en otro punto de Costa Rica. WE SEE YOU NEXT WEEK GUYS!!! ...

Volcan Poás, Parque Nacional Volcán Poás, Costa Rica travel blog

Volcan Poás

A travel blog entry by felixyorugua

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Gab: Our Lonely Planet guidebook and everyone we had talked to recommended the Poás volcano over the volcan Irazú (despite the fact that the latter is much higher up), as well a leaving early before the clouds form around the volcano's summit. ...

Hola. Hi. Aquí. Here. Vulcán. Vulcano.No, Poás, Costa Rica travel blog

Hola. Hi. Aquí. Here. Vulcán. Vulcano.No

A travel blog entry by mandrela

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Wir stehen früh auf. Ich bin seit halb 3 eh schon wach. Wieder mal. Was für ein Vormittag. Das Taxi bringt uns zum Flughafen zum Bankautomaten. Wir benötigen Geld. Dieses Ding, machte Krach, als ob wir denn Bankautomaten auseinander ...

Dag 2 - Poas/La Paz, Poas National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Dag 2 - Poas/La Paz

A travel blog entry by dimitri_sophie

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... 6. Een roze wolk hangt boven de vallei en het zonnetje schijnt. Stipt om 7u zijn we paraat voor het ontbijt: eindelijk echte Costa Ricaanse koffie! We rijden een stukje naar boven en zijn de eerste om het nationaal park van Volcano Poás binnen te ...

El Silencio, Bajos del Toro, Costa Rica travel blog

El Silencio

A travel blog entry by jeroenandlinda

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... (don't expect Miami style villa's, just modest houses) the resident count had temporarily doubled. It was a bit crowded to Bajos del Toro standards. We first went to an orchid farm, where a local flower enthusiast collected around 500 different types of ...

Sep 17, 2006, Poas Volcano National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Sep 17, 2006

A travel blog entry by luisarrese

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