Travel Blogs from Mal Pais, Costa Rica

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Surfs Up, Mal Pais, Costa Rica travel blog

Surfs Up

A travel blog entry by juniorandange

Mal Pais was a 7 hour trip from San Jose. We had to take a bus, ferry and then bus again. We found the hostel that some of our other mates were staying at which was pretty handy cause it was pretty late at night. Now on the Pacific Coast we expected a bit ...

Santa Teresa - wieder traumhafter Strand..., Playa Santa Teresa, Costa Rica travel blog

Santa Teresa - wieder traumhafter Strand...

A travel blog entry by bergfex75

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Von Montezuma nach Santa Teresa - auf der Landkarte nur 12 km, mit dem Taxi über eine staubig-holprige Landstrasse jedoch 45 min. Hier soll es die Nr. 9 der weltweit bekanntesten Traumstrände geben. Auch wenn wir solchen Hitlisten nicht DIE mega ...

Apr 17, 2010, Malpais, Costa Rica travel blog

Apr 17, 2010

A travel blog entry by enotromundo

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Catching up with old friends., Mal Pais, Costa Rica travel blog

Catching up with old friends.

A travel blog entry by chris.curtis

Travelled by bus to Puntarenas and caught the bus across the water. Met up with Billy & Lisa and their 2 girls on the boat. Great to see them again. Nice to see familiar faces after so long on the road. They took us back to their home in Mal Pais. ...

4th of July in Costa Rica, Puntarenas, Costa Rica travel blog

4th of July in Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by moniq_travels

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Number Eight, Mal Pais, Costa Rica travel blog

Number Eight

A travel blog entry by danica-altin

... beach sarong with a cheesy motif works best. I´m currently rocking a red one with an Imperial logo ("la cervesa de Costa Rica!") and Jo has an equally fantastic and obnoxious Bob Marley one. 4) Don´t skimp on the tunes. Even if it means ...

Costa Rica - Mal Pais, Mal Pais, Costa Rica travel blog

Costa Rica - Mal Pais

A travel blog entry by billandsharna

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The Green rooms Surfing with Ryan and eve Crazy ...

Beach Fire, Mal Pais, Costa Rica travel blog

Beach Fire

A travel blog entry by brownieba

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Thursday Feb 24  Another day in paradise. Mom and I are up with the sun enjoying the waves rolling in on the beach followed shortly by Remee. It seems that she doesn't want to miss a thing. Remee has decided that she likes to cook and has put ...

westsyyde, Mal Pais, Costa Rica travel blog

westsyyde

A travel blog entry by porgirl

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hmmmm, met some people, of course, played some games (that´s what the crazi, weird pics are I swear!!!) went fourwheeling in the rain... hmmmm ...

Cabuya & Montezuma, Mal Pais, Costa Rica travel blog

Cabuya & Montezuma

A travel blog entry by dereknmaka

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... Cabuya.  The roads were perilous - or so they seemed.  With steep inclines and even sharper declines to the hills of Costa Rica, our 45-minute trek seemed almost endless.  More than that, the ticos (locals) have no fear or hesitation when ...

A few days of recovery..., Mal Pais, Costa Rica travel blog

A few days of recovery...

A travel blog entry by kimjames2010

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... keep you all up to date: we plan on leaving Mal Pais on Monday for Montezuma where they have 3 amazing waterfalls and lots of great day trips. We plan to stay there a couple days and then possibly come back to Mal Pais again for a while. Enjoy the pics ...

Sunset at Luz de Vida, Mal Pais, Costa Rica travel blog

Sunset at Luz de Vida

A travel blog entry by brownieba

We had a great day today and did nothing all day. Not really but we had no agenda. I got up early as usual and had my first coffee before heading out for my hour long beach walk shortly after Tricia got up and mobile.  By the time I got home ...

Santa Teresa, Puntarenas, Costa Rica travel blog

Santa Teresa

A travel blog entry by felixyorugua

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CD: One of the other recommended beaches of the Nicoya Peninsula is Santa Teresa which is about a 30km drive on a dirt road away from Montezuma. It's a long and white sandy beach with a hippy feel and decent waves. We spent the day sunbathing and ...

Waves, Sand, Relaxation, and Thai Food, Playa Santa Teresa, Costa Rica travel blog

Waves, Sand, Relaxation, and Thai Food

A travel blog entry by jdhermann

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... routine has been to have breakfast at Casa Zen, I have banana pancakes and Fred had a bowl of tropical fruit. And of course wonderful Costa Rican coffee. Back to the cabina to grab a book and a towel and our bathing suits; then off to the beach. Fred ...

Raph's Quadunfall im Surf Camp, Mal Pais, Costa Rica travel blog

Raph's Quadunfall im Surf Camp

A travel blog entry by raphfranziska

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Das Gute vorweg mir (Raph) ist "nichts" passiert! So sieht ein Quad aus (folge den Link) -> http://media-cdn.tripadvisor.com/media/photo-s/03/0c/e9/b8/nerja-quad-tours.jpg Gestern machten wir eine Quadtour um die Nicoya- Halbinsel. Vielleicht sollte ...

The Badlands, Mal Pais, Costa Rica travel blog

The Badlands

A travel blog entry by surfari

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... people surfing, and drink cocktails in our hammock and watch the sunset.  Needless to say, I loved it at Mal Pais.  As requested by Ed: tips for future surf wanderers. ===================================== Surf break is a ultra consistent beach ...

Firstie Year Spring Break, Mal Pais, Costa Rica travel blog

Firstie Year Spring Break

A travel blog entry by caligrl0529

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Rick and I went to Costa Rica for our Senior Year Spring ...

Number Six, Mal Pais, Costa Rica travel blog

Number Six

A travel blog entry by danica-altin

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... people, and basically just enjoying being lazy. We´re going out on a fishing boat this afternoon with Jobbie, and then for a big Costa Rican style dinner. Should be good times. These are a sprinkling of, admittedly random, photos I´ve taken so far. ...

Day 15-Surf's up, Mal País, Costa Rica travel blog

Day 15-Surf's up

A travel blog entry by millhousers

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... he got during from the previous day's surf lessons.  Suddenly I felt nervous. After being reassured there are no sharks in Costa Rica (actually there are, but I guess they are not prone to attacking surfers), we headed out to a beautiful beach to ...

How Romantic, Mal Pais, Costa Rica travel blog

How Romantic

A travel blog entry by dereknmaka

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... to be enjoyed.  At first, I wasn't too thrilled about having to climb up a mountainside in the heat and humidity of Costa Rica and Mal Pais, BUT, once I got to the top (after a couple of short breaks on the way up), all thoughts of discomfort and ...

Santa Theresa, Mal Pais et Montezuma, Mal Pais, Costa Rica travel blog

Santa Theresa, Mal Pais et Montezuma

A travel blog entry by pourquoipas

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... 'tement. On a même eu droit à un spectacle de singe qui se promène d’arbre en arbre en face de notre hostel. Si vous aller au Costa Rica un jour, assurez-vous d’y séjourner pour quelques temps, vous allez comprendre. Julien et Annie ...

Playa Hermosa, a new beach, Mal Pais, Costa Rica travel blog

Playa Hermosa, a new beach

A travel blog entry by brownieba

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... in to sing a couple of songs and pass the hat around. The first real musical entertainment we have had since we arrived in Costa Rica. A bunch of Brown's are not really into the late night club scene. Yesterday was a low key day that we spent around our ...

Wannabe Surfer, Mal Pais, Costa Rica travel blog

Wannabe Surfer

A travel blog entry by cambower

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... and a sweet jungle location and beach. Mal Pais was all good giving me my first taste of the awesome natural diversity of Costa Rica (apparently 5% of the worlds biodiversity is located here). The 2 minute walk from my hostel to the beach is interrupted ...

Fishing - a blog by Hunter, Mal Pais, Costa Rica travel blog

Fishing - a blog by Hunter

A travel blog entry by lachance

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[a blog entry by Hunter Lachance, age 8} we are out in the middle of knowere ! It is really, really, really hot here....and really really really dusty, but the pool and ocean make if fun!  And so do the 3 huge dogs, one small ugly but cute dog, and ...

Mountain Climbing and Waterfalls, Mal Pais, Costa Rica travel blog

Mountain Climbing and Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by brownieba

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... . This restaurant has lemonade slushies made from freshly picked lemons from the property and I am convinced it is the best drink in Costa Rica. Remee and Christopher agree wholeheartedly. For lunch mom, Tricia and I had the fresh Tuna, which came with a ...

Day 8 Saturday, Playa Carmen Costa Rica, Costa Rica travel blog

Day 8 Saturday

A travel blog entry by oceanspotion

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Showers in the morning, sunshine in the afternoon. Big south swell still ...

Last days on the Pacific Playa, Mal Pais/Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

Last days on the Pacific Playa

A travel blog entry by lachance

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... Pais.  We stayed the whole time at La Hacienda Tropical, a little gem on the southern end of the Mal Pais/Santa Teresa area of Costa Rica.  This part of Costa Rica is known for its tremendous surfing and beautiful beaches.  La ...

Day 6 Thursday, Playa Carmen Costa Rica, Costa Rica travel blog

Day 6 Thursday

A travel blog entry by oceanspotion

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Surfed with Dave from California and Jamie from England today. Jamie says there is a large south swell due soon. Only a couple pics ...

Number Seven, Mal Pais, Costa Rica travel blog

Number Seven

A travel blog entry by danica-altin

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... ;that´s just past the fishing village. Its in Cabo Blanco nature reserve, which was the first protected area in Costa Rica. It was completely isolated, and we were the only ones out there for the whole day. Until we went the leave, ...

Pescadore de agua dulce, mal pais, Costa Rica travel blog

Pescadore de agua dulce

A travel blog entry by bassmanms

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... you can barely see any bone sticking out now)   But to begin we finally made it out of Montezuma, all the way to mal pais, about 30 min down the coast.  Surfers town with way more surfer brahs and english speaking blokes!  good times though ...

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