Travel Blogs from Guapiles, Costa Rica

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Two freaks and a kebab for breakfast, Guápiles, Costa Rica travel blog

Two freaks and a kebab for breakfast

A travel blog entry by sainty1

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This was the most scariest place we have ever been. Well, perhaps Guate City is the most, but this is second. We didn´t stray more than 2 blocks from our hotel. Paul got threatened in the street for money and a freaky guy sat right behind me in an empty ...

Banana farms, Guapiles, Costa Rica travel blog

Banana farms

A travel blog entry by klynch35313

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... so good to see the things I've been taught in the office brought to life. As I mentioned before none of the farms in Costa Rica supply Sainsbury's as they are not Fairtrade but the farms we take from are pretty much identical to what I saw. Whilst ...

Guapiles passagem, Guapiles, Costa Rica travel blog

Guapiles passagem

A travel blog entry by tugatz

Passagem ...

Parque Nacional Braulio Carnillo, Guápiles, Costa Rica travel blog

Parque Nacional Braulio Carnillo

A travel blog entry by micheleen

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Vanmorgen zijn we vroeg opgestaan....om 6.45 uur aan het ontbijt.....en een half uur later zaten we inde auto op weg voor een wandeling van drie uur door een natuurpark waar tevens onderzoek werd gedaan voor flora en fauna. Naarmate we dichterbij kwamen ...

Eindelijk!!, Guápiles, Costa Rica travel blog

Eindelijk!!

A travel blog entry by micheleen

Om 2.30 mag Margreet het ziekenhuis uit......het werd 3 uur. Het duurde vervolgens nog 45 minuten om de stad uit te komen en de toerit te vinden van snelweg 32 naar Guápiles...wat een zooitje!! Heleen had op internet een ecolodge gevonden in Guápiles ...

El Rio Pacuare!, Guapiles,  Costa Rica travel blog

El Rio Pacuare!

A travel blog entry by kimmilew

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... people of Costa Rica which live in the mountains around the river. Yonder told us that there are 2,000 indigenous people that live in Costa Rica and they use the cable car to cross the river. He also told us that the people must walk a minimum of 8 hours ...

Ultimo dia en casa, Guapiles, Costa Rica travel blog

Ultimo dia en casa

A travel blog entry by amartin1

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... en casa, al menos por un largo tiempo. Alli,  madre, hermanos y sobrinos me despidieron. Alli igualmente me despedi de Costa Rica. Al salir, siempre queda un nudo en la garganta, pero tambien la ilusion de pronto volverlos a ver.  "Al ...

Rainforest Aerial Tram, Guapiles, Costa Rica travel blog

Rainforest Aerial Tram

A travel blog entry by frhetoric

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... plane after an hour and a half nap, nice. I got off the plane from 20 degree weather in Dallas to 80+ degree weather in Costa Rica. My first adventure was getting from San Jose to Guapiles. Guapiles in its prime was a banana mecca now for me at least it ...

Huelga (strike) y Regreso de paraiso!, Guapiles,  Costa Rica travel blog

Huelga (strike) y Regreso de paraiso!

A travel blog entry by flipflop.chels

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... way we were going was going to add about two hours to our trip. But the ride was gorgeous, we drove by the old capital of Costa Roca, called Cartago. We also met this really nice family on the bus who were from San Jose. The mom had done a study abroad ...

Bus ride to... Oh, anywhere, Guápiles, Costa Rica travel blog

Bus ride to... Oh, anywhere

A travel blog entry by sedinger

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... backpack and hop off the bus in Guapiles.     In some places, overshooting my stop might be frustrating, but Costa Rica is not one of them.  I strike up conversation with a local tour/rafting guide named David Soto and we become ...

Heading East!, Guapiles, Costa Rica travel blog

Heading East!

A travel blog entry by crazycanucks

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... out to the coasts, so at least for the first half of our trip, this would would work to our advantage, as we are crossing Costa Rica, going from the West Coast to the East Coast.  As soon as we got onto the #1 Panamerican Highway, the traffic coming ...

EARTH University, Guapiles, Costa Rica travel blog

EARTH University

A travel blog entry by anthonette

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Rafting the Pacurae!, Guapiles, Costa Rica travel blog

Rafting the Pacurae!

A travel blog entry by flipflop.chels

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... our ride we saw some gorgeous scenery, everything was so lush and vivid.  We passed under a cable that the indigenous people of Costa Rica use to get across the river to their tribe. The cable has a little cart that the people have to pull themselves ...

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