Travel Blogs from Uvita, Costa Rica

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The Great Kapok Tree, Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

The Great Kapok Tree

A travel blog entry by janda

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Hi, So we went for a 2hr jungle  walk this morning. I was hoping to see more but it was still pretty neat. We heard but did not see howler monkeys. We saw 3 tucans and a few other neat birds whose names I don't know as the guide only knew the ...

Finally we made it., Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

Finally we made it.

A travel blog entry by janda

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Hi all, Well we made it into Costa Rica 2days ago. We were in late due to a flight delay. We arrived at our Hostal and crashed for the night. The next morning we were to leave at 9am to head south (4hrs on 2 buses). Brett had other plans. She woke up ...

Tooth Fairy Visits, Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

Tooth Fairy Visits

A travel blog entry by janda

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... is rich! ( although a few years ago it might have been in the millions!) We are busy trying to  finalizing our planning for Costa Rica. We are hoping to go on a hiking tour of the rainforest tomorrow and to a butterfly farm the next day. We have ...

Ahhhh, Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

Ahhhh

A travel blog entry by janda

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Hi All, We are having a very relaxing time here although it is very humid. We walked up to a waterfall today and I was just dripping with sweat when we arrived. I couldn't wait to get in. There was a nice place to sit where the water just rushed ...

Walking on Water, Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

Walking on Water

A travel blog entry by janda

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So we took one last trip to the beach today. We had a nice time playing in the surf and walking on water (what can we say?). We are looking forward to packing up and heading to Manuel Antonio tomorrow. The kids are really going to miss their friends ...

The Day of the U-turn, Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

The Day of the U-turn

A travel blog entry by nabeards

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... ", and maybe check out properties for sale or possible areas we might like altitude-wise. Neil was incredibly excited about this area of Costa Rica because we'd be near the coast. Our first stop of the day was the gas station, just to be sure we filled ...

Christmas in Uvita, Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

Christmas in Uvita

A travel blog entry by sarah

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... ones, but this was the best substitute we could have asked for. It is with still-full stomachs that we roll ourselves out of bed to catch the 6 am bus to San Isidro. Goodbye, wee Uvita! Goodbye, small animals still hurting from Anikah´s exuberant ...

back to san jose, Dominical, uvita and san jose, Costa Rica travel blog

back to san jose

A travel blog entry by maiamuffin

... been the agendy of late....reading and playing cards!!  so we decided that the next day we would just take off and head for Uvita which was less than an hour away, thank god!!!  when we got there it ended up being really really small, but we ...

Pushing the Limits, Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

Pushing the Limits

A travel blog entry by kurtzman

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... separate into interested and invested individuals. This trip has been eye-opening for the students, but it has been humbling for me. I am happy to be leaving Costa Rica with a new understanding of the country and of what my students can do for the world. ...

Uvita, Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

Uvita

A travel blog entry by ccchrissie

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Small village on the main road but Tucan Hotel set back.  Pricey considering only 2 showers/toilets shared between up to 4 people in treehouse, 4 in hammocks, multiple others camping plus 12 people in dorms when fully occupied - ...

Service and Surfing in Uvita, Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

Service and Surfing in Uvita

A travel blog entry by kurtzman

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... have experienced two different countries. Uvita is sticky and hot, but the town is also small and not touristy. We eased our way into Costa Rica up north, and now we are settling in to the culture. We can't wait to share more stories when we arrive back ...

Through the roads in Costa Rica, Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

Through the roads in Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by pamericas

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We will post trip information here as soon as it starts. For 2010, we will continue planning the project and look for Sponsors that are willing to invest and support the Project. All indications in that regard is highly appreciated. Please contact us by ...

It's as cold as you like up that mountain!, Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

It's as cold as you like up that mountain!

A travel blog entry by 50odd

23rd December 2009 Hotel Toucan, Uvita, Costa Rica (camping $12) Warm and humid It took us a while to get here, 4 days to be exact, but now we're here and can relax and enjoy the Christmas holidays. Day 1 / 19th December We found our way out of San Jose, ...

Happy Boxing Day, Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

Happy Boxing Day

A travel blog entry by 50odd

26th December 2009 Hotel Toucan, Uvita, Costa Rica 30 degrees and sweaty Yesterday was Christmas Day, not that it was obvious here, apart from the Christmas songs playing in the hostal, nothing much changed for the day.  The supermarket was open, but ...

Der Ruf der Wale, Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

Der Ruf der Wale

A travel blog entry by janinger

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Seit wir in Panama zwei Mädels getroffen hatten, die uns von einer Bucht in Costa Rica erzählt haben in der gerade Buckelwale mit ihren Jungen sind, lag ich Jan in den Ohren mit "Ich will Wale sehen, ich will Wale sehen....". Also sind wir nach Uvita ...

Dominical and Uvita, Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

Dominical and Uvita

A travel blog entry by philthy

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... quick swim didn't take any planning.  Also, the town had a much less developed feel - our guidebook descibed it as what Costa Rica would've been like 20 years ago.  Houses, hotels and sodas (diners) mixed amongst farmland, with plenty of ...

Cristal Ballena, Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

Cristal Ballena

A travel blog entry by siegfried_h.

Cristal ...

Ladrones and the tail of a Whale, Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

Ladrones and the tail of a Whale

A travel blog entry by andycrisp

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... had to wade through the rivers (becoming perplexed as to why crocodiles lurk in some rivers, but never in others....hmmmm).  Uvita Beach has a really long promonotory (?) of sand that thrusts hundreds of metres out to sea, culminating in a rock ...

Wow, I´m so far behind!, Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

Wow, I´m so far behind!

A travel blog entry by loganandkatie

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... there to get back on the subject). After visiting Quepos/Manuel Antonio, we headed farther south to Uvita, another small town on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica.  It was a cute little town, again with a supermarket with all the items a gringo ...

Moving on... just a little:-), Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

Moving on... just a little:-)

A travel blog entry by byebyesnow

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... SK.... bloody neighbours, almost!  We had dinner the next night with Millie and Richard, our hosts. We are almost ready to leave Costa Rica and we finally have time to actually sit down and visit over a glass of wine. Millie and Richard came here 22 ...

Amigos Unite - Uvita, Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

Amigos Unite - Uvita

A travel blog entry by cweigand

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Ryder Redfield, You are the coolest mop in all of Costa Rica. I've spent the last four days in the little coastal town of Uvita hanging out and catching up with a close friend of mine from college days and in Argentina so many years ago. Ryder moved ...

More rain, Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

More rain

A travel blog entry by slowayround

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Back down to sea level and out of the clouds, but now we’re under them. More rain. We drove to Uvita on the coast of Marino Ballena National Park (there’s a peninsula at low tide shaped like a whale tail if viewed from ...

Parc Marino Ballena et Cascade, Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

Parc Marino Ballena et Cascade

A travel blog entry by florentv

cascade vol sac, declaration police, tour dans voiture police parc marino ballena, belle plage mais on a pas vu de balene cela dit on a pas payer l'entree du parc parce que le chauffeur de taxi nous a fais rentrer par un route boueuse au milieu de la ...

Costa Rica, Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by jeastty

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... in time for Mike to give us a ride back to his home. I had the opportunity to give a public talk while in Costa Rica to the Uvita group, and evidently the brother scheduled me for a talk in a neighboring congregation as well. I found out on Thursday that ...

The Real Costa Rica, Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

The Real Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by travelerbill

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... up here within a day. Kind of fun to have a travel buddy show up to enjoy a small town. Uvita is described in my travel guide as what Costa Rica may have looked like before tourism took hold and, I'd agree. The population is spread out and the main ...

Sitting, waiting, wishing......, Dominical and Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

Sitting, waiting, wishing......

A travel blog entry by travelrama

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... , free internet, a pool, a killer view of San Jose and very comfortable beds!! I have to say I am feeling very over Costa Rica and am anious (I know that word is supposed to have another letter that comes between w and y but the keyboard wont let me ...

einsam, einsamer, Uvita..., Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

einsam, einsamer, Uvita...

A travel blog entry by bergfex75

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Von Manuel Antonio geht es nun nochmal 70 km südlich die Pazifikküste hinunter nach Uvita, einem kleinen, wirklich sehr kleinen Weiler. Die wikipedia-Definition für Weiler bedeutet: maximal 25 Häuser ohne zentrales Gebäude. Den örtlichen Supermarkt ...

A Uvita, y'a pas un chat !, Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

A Uvita, y'a pas un chat !

A travel blog entry by laultimalluvia

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... et boui boui sur le bord de la grande route et 500m plus loin c'est encore une banque, encore un supermarché... nous l'appelons Uvita numéro 2. Heureusement, nous, nous sommes en haut de la colline dans une petite jungle magnifique. À 200m voilà une ...

Uvita, Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

Uvita

A travel blog entry by jenipedia

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... charged a 'gringo' fee of US$6, oh well it's their country so I don't mind! I also visited a waterfall nearby, advertised on the Uvita website. I had the pleasure of paying US$1 to enter a little watering hole, nice for a dip to cool off. Very similar to ...

Uvita...short stay, Uvita, Costa Rica travel blog

Uvita...short stay

A travel blog entry by ronald

... met a Dutch couple in the bus who also got off at Uvita. After having lunch the four of us grabbed a taxi to Playa Uvita where we rented a room. The place was really nice...upon arrival we could already spot various birds (vultures and others of which I ...

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