Travel Blogs from Liberia, Costa Rica

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Another hot, dry, dusty town!, Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

Another hot, dry, dusty town!

A travel blog entry by aborder

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Day 92 April 6th continued - The bus trip takes just over an hour. Along the way I stay awake to appreciate the countryside of Costa Rica and some amazing scenes. Jumping off the bus, around ten guys offer me a taxi, but seeing as the hostel ...

Lovely leafy ride, Liberia Costa Rica, Costa Rica travel blog

Lovely leafy ride

A travel blog entry by jennykelly

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... get run over. Because of the heat, we decided to find accommodation at lunch time and settled in the El Bramadero Hotel in Liberia, Costa Rica. The first thing we did after Des brought both bikes into the Hotel complex, was to go for a swim in the Hotel ...

We've arrived in Costa Rica, Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

We've arrived in Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by travellerdalton

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... and waited at the airport and then got on the plane about 6:00am.  The plane flew first to Calgary and then on to Liberia.  The flight was long.  We arrived in Liberia about 5:00 in the afternoon. there is a good site for travellers out of ...

Costa Rica, Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by polomuiriu

Just a quick overnight stop here on the way down to San Jose. Passing through the Costa Rica border from Nicaragua was pretty straight forward and I arrived in Liberia around 5pm. There didn´t seem to be much to the place really. Costa Rica is the most ...

Fun Comes Quickly, Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

Fun Comes Quickly

A travel blog entry by jennyh64

... great pizza, then called it a night. Mike thought there was a monster in our room... Now we are finally in Liberia, probably our last stop in Costa Rica before we head on to Nicaragua. Today was mostly bus rides, but during our lunch Mike added some ...

The Costa Rican town, not the African country, Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

The Costa Rican town, not the African country

A travel blog entry by dave-mcgowan

... schools that don't seem to want to talk to me, so I thought I'd write another blog. After crossing pretty much the whole of Costa Rica in a bid to exit the country and enter areas of more amenable prices, we ended up in Liberia near the Nicaraguan border. ...

Rainforest Dreamin, Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

Rainforest Dreamin

A travel blog entry by samwax

Wanting to escape the hassle and hussle of the big city I decided to light out for Liberia a northern town in Costa Rica and jumping off point for various beaches rainforests as well as the Nicaraguan border. Peaceful cobbled streets and a pleasant ...

Så fandt jeg tid til at skrive igen., Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

Så fandt jeg tid til at skrive igen.

A travel blog entry by tanjahvid

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... som er Pura Vida. Direkte oversat er det "rent liv". Når man møder folk spørger de "Como estás" (Hvordan går det) og i Costa Rica svarer man "Pura vida" :) De lever helt sikkert op til det f.eks med tiden, jeg tror jeg har nævnt begrebet "tico ...

Hanging Bridges, Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

Hanging Bridges

A travel blog entry by edpass

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The Arenal Hanging Bridges, rated one of Costa Rica's top tourist attractions, was an outstanding adventure. Three kilometers of jungle trails meandered through lush tropical forest, offering interactions with six suspension bridges, eight stationary ...

Liberia International Airport??, Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

Liberia International Airport??

A travel blog entry by mnasf

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... so smoothly we couldn't believe it.  Everybody was tired, but we faced a 3+ hour drive to Arenal.  It was great to see Costa Rica from the air, and it was great to finally make it after all of the planning. Liberia was a fairly large town, but ...

The Rules of Travel as I Know Them, Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

The Rules of Travel as I Know Them

A travel blog entry by jelli

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A synopsis of the basic tenets from my Treatise on Travel What follows is an attempt at providing a jumping off point for individuals to understand rules, travel and how they can combine the two with great results. What I propose here I know is ...

LESCO, Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

LESCO

A travel blog entry by kdietl

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... with us in Barra Honda.  Sunday we're planning a little day trip to Chira Island - it's the 2nd largest island in Costa Rica, located in the Gulf of Nicoya.  I think there are around 2,000 inhabitants, but no congregation.  Despite ...

...and away we go., Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

...and away we go.

A travel blog entry by rebn

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... Forest the very first night we arrived, but didn't start chatting until the third day.  They've just begun a 3-month holiday in Costa Rica & Nicaragua, and now that they've bought surfboards, it has become a surf trip for them.    We ...

looooong travel back to Mexico ahead..., Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

looooong travel back to Mexico ahead...

A travel blog entry by mtrm

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... 269;ili na další bus a jeli další 4 hodiny až do tmy do druhého největšího města Liberia na severu Kostariky. Takový přesun se nám docela hodil, malinko už jsme měli naspěch do Salvadoru a Guatemaly, ...

Honduragua, Liberia Canton, Costa Rica travel blog

Honduragua

A travel blog entry by mikeandnat

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... to match! We stayed at the founder of the Nicaraguan surf associations house, I wish we could have seen him surf, as he used to coach the national team and compete. One more chicken bus and we will be in Costa Rica, the final leg of the Latin America ...

We love you Ali, Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

We love you Ali

A travel blog entry by soooz

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... peekabo, and we ate a few meals together (at least one party making the other hungry). Ali even took a picture of us in Costa Rica, which is pretty amazing. Two actually, one of us figuring out the connection and the second when we got it right. Next ...

Thoughts while in Liberia, an update, Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

Thoughts while in Liberia, an update

A travel blog entry by melsarts87

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... here in CR. Bodley was also pushing the buying first local issue in 519. It seems the only major corporations that buying local in costa rica supports is the Fantas, the Coca Colas that are in demand which are sold in the small local shops or on the side ...

Curubande- Bubbling Mud Pits, Curubandé, Costa Rica travel blog

Curubande- Bubbling Mud Pits

A travel blog entry by cmedancing

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... - Bubbling Mud Pits We decided to head back up North to a beautiful campsite that Christina and I stayed at our first night in Costa Rica. The campsite/hotel El Sol Verde is located 20 minutes outside of Rincon de la Vieja National Park and it has all the ...

Time out...., Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

Time out....

A travel blog entry by soooz

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... doing the same thing. All the above things, are things that might have occured had I been there. Rather I am here in Liberia, Costa Rica, waiting for my best friend in the entire world to arrive. The lovely Lurleen. Laura Mousseau. I've been shopping and ...

Liberia, Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

Liberia

A travel blog entry by blowstein

Liberia started my two weeks traveling on my own without Tracy while she was in California. First I spent two uneventful days in this little town and there was not much was going on there. I tried to make the best of it, but honestly I was bored to tears ...

Avatar with Hair, Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

Avatar with Hair

A travel blog entry by soooz

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... me was proud to have been labelled the trouble maker; it show's I haven't lost my spirit. So yesterday we travelled from Borinquen to Liberia and had a lazy day. After an AMAZING lunch (garlic sea bass) and a rest, we saw the few sights to see on a ...

A load off my shoulders!, Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

A load off my shoulders!

A travel blog entry by c4corey

... Academy is teaching in Honduras with Jules) and I actually ran into them on my way! Well, the weekend was sweet... we had awesome Costa Rica food Friday night and set off to Playa Hermosa (that is Beautiful Beach in English). After a long bus ride and a ...

Back to Liberia, Liberia, Costa Rica, Costa Rica travel blog

Back to Liberia

A travel blog entry by travellerdalton

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Saturday Feb. 15 - Back to Liberia then on to Granada We took a bus from Playa Hermosa and it was late. We went to Liberia and went to a restaurant called El Pilon, we waited there while Daddy looked for a hotel that Rosa recommended. The ...

On our way...., Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

On our way....

A travel blog entry by cweigand

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Masaya to Liberia and Home, Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

Masaya to Liberia and Home

A travel blog entry by travel.junkie

... farewell. Nicole and i were catching the same bus, at least for an  hour. I paid a whopping $20 for a lush Tica Bus ride to Costa Rica, and Nicole paid just a few bucks to get to Rivas. We sat in the front of our fancy bus, with deep cushy seats and ...

Liberia, Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

Liberia

A travel blog entry by ccchrissie

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... there was no excuse, given it only came out less than 6 months ago. By the way the bus for Playa del Coco does not go from the terminal stated by him & the guide - it goes from the regular Liberia terminal & is not marked with Coco, only Sardinal! ...

Liberia, Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

Liberia

A travel blog entry by epijuarez

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... but with the heat, it is somewhat of a relief. The following day we went to Play Coco and Playa Hermosa on the Pacific side of Costa Rica. Playa Coco is a black sand beach and there was not a lot of people..in fact there were no people on the beach. We ...

Liberia, Costa Rica, Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

Liberia, Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by frhetoric

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Cowboys and not so many Indians, Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

Cowboys and not so many Indians

A travel blog entry by charding

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... ), do it early. Liberia itself was a pleasant surprise, I didn't know what to expect and heard how expensive and touristy Costa Rica has become. However, the town is a quiet cowboy post with people riding through on horses, all smiling and willing to ...

Rincon de la Vieja, Liberia, Costa Rica travel blog

Rincon de la Vieja

A travel blog entry by tadbrad

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We used Liberia as a base for hiking through the Rincon de la Vieja national park.  This area of Costa Rica is known as Guanacaste and is basically the ¨wild west¨of the country.  A lot of caballeros, rodeos (we just missed one) and cowboy ...

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