Travel Blogs from Costa Rica

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Week 3, San Jose, Costa Rica travel blog

Week 3

A travel blog entry by bell.costarica

... ; After that we went to the national museum, which was an old fort on a hill.  It has alot information on the history of costa rica.  Honestly the museums aren't that great, however it had good views of the city. Later that night we went to see ...

The day the Clown came to work.., San Joaquin de Flores, Costa Rica travel blog

The day the Clown came to work..

A travel blog entry by georgiemoule


... bizarre hand actions,, because he didn't realise we speak Spanish. Eventually, after a painful 3 hours he left, along with Rafa the hairless Costa Rican. Turns out the clown was there because it was Rafas last day at the centre. I think we'll both feel a ...

Brake, brake, brake!!!!, Monteverde, Costa Rica travel blog

Brake, brake, brake!!!!

A travel blog entry by jay_and_joann


    If you are looking for big adventure in Monteverde, then zip lines are the way to go.  Our host, Ronnie, booked us a canopy tour through 100% Adventura, and they guarantee total satisfaction.  For $25 per person we were ...

zip line tour, Nosara, Costa Rica travel blog

zip line tour

A travel blog entry by smylazar


Wednesday -- Zip line tour  We took a tour with the Miss Sky zipline ticos. These cats definitely loved the ladies.... A zipline is essentially a metal cable (think finger width) strung between 2 concrete posts sunk into mountain peaks set about 1/2 a ...

Rafting To Our Hotel, Siquirres, Costa Rica travel blog

Rafting To Our Hotel

A travel blog entry by tdv95


... powers-that-be change their minds (the nearby majestic Reventazón River was lost to a dam project so even eco-focused Costa Rica is not beyond messing with natures works of art). The Pacuare River, or the Río Pacuare, flows approximately ...

Vamonos!, San Jose, Costa Rica travel blog


A travel blog entry by littlesthobo


God these buses are killing me - 5 more hours of sweaty barfy travel yesterday to get us back to the capital. Turns out that during those 5 hours, my backpack was resting in a large puddle of fish guts in the luggage hold under the bus. Later on, dogs ...

Channel 25, Quepos, Costa Rica travel blog

Channel 25

A travel blog entry by brittanyb

While in Costa Rica, we had a good amount of down time to just veg out. While a majority of my day was spent at the pool reading and working on Brittany Bekas Photography, I would head inside to escape the sun for a few hours. My favorite thing to do ...

First Day of Class, Santiago de Puriscal, Costa Rica travel blog

First Day of Class

A travel blog entry by moppet77


... about 3:00 p.m.); and (3) being able to flush toilet paper.  In contrast, I find that the things I enjoy about Costa Rica significantly outweigh the things I miss.  Among those things are: the fresh, pesticide-free fruit (yesterday I learned ...

San Isidro-- Driving the Moutain of Death, San Isidro de El General, Costa Rica travel blog

San Isidro-- Driving the Moutain of Death

A travel blog entry by cmedancing


After dropping Bev off at the airport we headed straight out of town.  Of course this took us a good hour due to traffic and the inability to get proper directions!  The map I we had purchased at a hotel the day when we came into the country ...

Mi Cupleaños, Tres Rios, Costa Rica travel blog

Mi Cupleaños

A travel blog entry by kmswenson14


... few crater lakes that were a beautiful jade green. We also saw a spectacular view of a little pueblo set in the mountains of Costa Rica. Unfortunately our driver-tour guide was not feeling well, so the tour was cut short to be finished another day. My ...

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