Travel Blogs from Costa Rica

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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 ...

Off to Drakes Bay, Drake Bay, Costa Rica travel blog

Off to Drakes Bay

A travel blog entry by wanderer0


Up and awya in a ...

Messing around at Barcelo Tambor, Tambor, Costa Rica travel blog

Messing around at Barcelo Tambor

A travel blog entry by natclavel

5's our last day in Costa Rica. I'm missing it already. We woke up early to take a picture of the sunrise. Of course, we've waited until the last possible day to see it :) Procrastination and laziness at it's best! I've enclosed a bunch ...

White Water Rafting the Pacuare, Orosi, Costa Rica travel blog

White Water Rafting the Pacuare

A travel blog entry by markandemma


After arriving back near San Jose, we have spent a few days chilling out and actually staying in the same place for 4 nights. Previous to that we moved continuously for 10 days on the trot. Orosi is a pleasant town, near a huge mountain range that ...

Samara - I'm not even supposed to be here., Sámara, Costa Rica travel blog

Samara - I'm not even supposed to be here.

A travel blog entry by blowstein


Well, right now I'm about four days into two weeks of traveling without Tracy. I'm hanging out with Paul and Anne. They're Aussie so we drink a LOT of beers together all the time. Their  ability to speak Spanish is worse than mine. And they promise ...

Don't go near the water., Tamarindo, Costa Rica travel blog

Don't go near the water.

A travel blog entry by edpass


I was the first one on the beach this morning. I went out at 5.30 and got my first good look at the Pacific. It was very warm! The soft sand away from the water was literally covered in tracks I took to be iguanas. On the hard sand were tracks of ...

The Luxury Resort, Tamarindo, Costa Rica travel blog

The Luxury Resort

A travel blog entry by edpass


... him, and translated the questions.  The creature was a cricket.  The interpreter added, "His first name is Jaime." (spoken in Spanish)  The bartender rolled his eyes, laughed, and said, "He's silly."  The Costa Rican humor continues. ...

valcano arenal, Arenal, Costa Rica travel blog

valcano arenal

A travel blog entry by maiamuffin


... was about 3 hours but soo worth it!!  this valcano is one out of seven that are active out of over 200 that are in costa rica!!!  so, needless to say we couldn´t get too close, but i am most certainly okay with that!  from what people tell ...

Monteverde, Monteverde, Costa Rica travel blog


A travel blog entry by lennyandcat


We crossed the border into Costa Rica easily enough and within a few minutes into our bus ride to the Monteverde Cloud Forest we couldn't believe how green it was.  We have been used to seeing earth as dry as a bone with ...

Tamarindo... home of the Gringos, Tamarindo, Costa Rica travel blog

Tamarindo... home of the Gringos

A travel blog entry by incrediblelife


... see that side of it.  I personally would go back there first out of all the places we have been.  And so far Costa Rica has been... I dunno... I think due to the huge amount of foreigners here, they seem to have lost a lot of the culture.  ...

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