Travel Blogs from Costa Rica

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What the Fog..., San José, Costa Rica travel blog

What the Fog...

A travel blog entry by abigayle_p

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So As I learn Spanish words sometimes Catalina and I discuss their English equivalent. Most recently I learned the word "nublado." It is the word for “fog” F-O-G…fog As I was repeating the Spanish word, Catalina asked me to repeat the ...

Chapter XXIII, San Jose, Costa Rica travel blog

Chapter XXIII

A travel blog entry by jeastty

... the gate was locked and the meeting was actually at 10. Great. So we went back and slept and then Ronald (our gracious Costa Rican host) made us a delicious and hearty breakfast and sent us on our way. The hall is beautiful and has movie-theater style ...

Costa Rica...., Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

Costa Rica....

A travel blog entry by jakobahman

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... är nu. Samt ganska rejält mycket sömnigare. Eftersom det är lågsäsong och det här inte är de mest populära delarna av Costa rica så betyder "sömnig" i det här fallet att jag bodde själv i ett 8-persons "dorm" för $12 natten. Dagtid så ...

Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica travel blog

Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by raypowell

3 weeks in Costa Rica with Wade, Tyson, Ken, and ...

Salon de Pelo Negro..., San José, Costa Rica travel blog

Salon de Pelo Negro...

A travel blog entry by abigayle_p

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... at least I would at least be able to look for some Costa Rican jeans. When I got to the mall I looked around. I found some Costa Rican jeans and…of course bought them (That ordeal is a whole nother story) I kept walking around. I was looking for a ...

Rain, Rain and more rain in Costa Rica, Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica travel blog

Rain, Rain and more rain in Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by nickiandal

... to them and they were really nice, they wouldnt take an\y payment and gave us some tips about looking after ourstuff etc, as Costa Rica can be dangerous in that respect! We wandered around in the blistering heat from hostal to hostal looking for a good ...

Corcovado National Park, Drake Bay, Costa Rica travel blog

Corcovado National Park

A travel blog entry by greenhousevt

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(Double-click to enlarge pictures, or click on slideshow...) We were only in the park 5 hours or so as our boat arrival/departure were dictated by the tides. Two things of note: - We really didn't need any bug spray (note it was the dry season). ...

Hiking and Swimming: Manuel Antonio National Park, Esterillos Este, Costa Rica travel blog

Hiking and Swimming: Manuel Antonio National Park

A travel blog entry by bob_and_lana

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... the entire country. After giving it a thorough sampling, we could attest that the honor could very well be justified. Our lunch was a Costa Rica lunch plate (rice and beans) with grilled tuna for Lana, and chicken fajitas for Bob. We arrived back at our ...

It's Time, San José, Costa Rica travel blog

It's Time

A travel blog entry by abigayle_p

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... bananas that were pink And seen Bamboo growing I have been shown tremendous hospitality Learned a lot about the country, the language and myself I am not sad I did not miss a thing Thank you Costa Rica … but…it’s time for me to go ...

January 1, 2014, Ojochal, Costa Rica travel blog

January 1, 2014

A travel blog entry by byebyesnow

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... , our year has been so incredibly full that it's hard to believe all we have done. And now we are back at home, in Ojochal, Costa Rica. We came back in late October, after having spent most of the summer and fall in our 1977 motorhome that we bought for ...

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