Travel Blogs from Costa Rica

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Sloth circuit, Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica travel blog

Sloth circuit

A travel blog entry by cookcorn


For a few days now we've been relaxing at the Caribbean coast, close to the border with Panama. Two short bus trips, 6 and 4 hrs respectively took us to San Jose and on to Puerto Viejo, where conditions are cool. Rastafarians form a large part ...

San Jose, Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica travel blog

San Jose, Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by nycsfsdhopper


... in my pocket. I ran out of money in Puerto Viejo. I had a banana & water for breakfast.  Panana's are dirt cheap in Costa Rica, and Panama for that matter. Why are there 2 bus stations I don't know, but you need to take a taxi between them. ...

Following the rain, Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica travel blog

Following the rain

A travel blog entry by annarapp


First impression from Costa Rica, everything seems to be a little more formal and polite. As expected, lots of tourists, more expensive, and what's a pity, everyone speaks to you in english. Took us some time to find a room, lot's of places were full, ...

In the Cloud Forests, Monteverde, Costa Rica travel blog

In the Cloud Forests

A travel blog entry by wanderer0


In the mountain village I enjoy the St. Helena and Monteverde Rain Forest ...

Monteverde, Santa Elena, Costa Rica travel blog


A travel blog entry by leprefrog


Ok, so today was quite an eventful day. First of all, I got persuaded into canyoning. The bus picks us up and we have a whole crew of 4 + driver for ourselves. They are all very friendly, keep on laughing. We suddenly stop on the side of the road. One ...

Vrije dag, Alajuela Canton, Costa Rica travel blog

Vrije dag

A travel blog entry by geoff_vh


... aankwamen in San Jose wisten we niet wat we zagen, het was chaos op de wegen, vol met auto's van alle kanten. In heel Costa Rica wonen ongeveer 5 miljoen mensen maar alleen in San Jose wonen al 3 miljoen dus het was heerlijk druk. Het eerste wat we wilde ...

Its fun to speak 5 languages!, Jaco, Costa Rica travel blog

Its fun to speak 5 languages!

A travel blog entry by julianstauffer


... and I would continue to hang out the rest of the night and the following day. I met a girl from canada who's traveling around costa rica for a couple of months. There was a girl from Buenos Aires, but I forgot to get her contact information (for when I ...

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

Service and Surfing in Uvita

A travel blog entry by kurtzman


... 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 ...

Rainy San Jose - what more can I say, San Josť, Costa Rica travel blog

Rainy San Jose - what more can I say

A travel blog entry by julesjb

... central america along with Panama. Anyway it took more than an hour to go through Nicaraguan departure process and then through Costa Rica customs which did a pointless and very cursory exmination of our bags. This needless exercise required us to take ...

Reggaetime!, Cahuita, Costa Rica travel blog


A travel blog entry by julesjb


... black population and as a result is very relaxed place with a cool reggae vibe. I had been recommended the place as a relatively (for Costa Rica) cheaper place to chill out for a bit. The bus ride from San Jose was quite good although the bus had no air ...

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