Travel Blogs from Limon, Costa Rica

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Price check please!, Monteverde, Costa Rica travel blog

Price check please!

A travel blog entry by ut15

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    So, today we started out by going to the various grocery stores in Santa Elena, to compare food prices. The scavenger hunt was divided by government deemed necessities and luxury items such as orange juice and feminine ...

Limon Costa Rica, Limon, Costa Rica travel blog

Limon Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by tnmhammer

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We had another beautiful day on port.  We had an excursion to a Banana plantation, and rain forest.  We were lucky enough to see two kinds of monkeys and 2 kinds of posionest frogs.  Then when we got back to the ship, Glenda and I settled ...

Ultimo dia en casa, Guapiles, Costa Rica travel blog

Ultimo dia en casa

A travel blog entry by amartin1

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... en casa, al menos por un largo tiempo. Alli,  madre, hermanos y sobrinos me despidieron. Alli igualmente me despedi de Costa Rica. Al salir, siempre queda un nudo en la garganta, pero tambien la ilusion de pronto volverlos a ver.  "Al ...

Cycling the Caribbean, Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica travel blog

Cycling the Caribbean

A travel blog entry by ruthandmike

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Having exhausted all that Cahuita had to offer over the course of 24 hours, we moved on to "party central" Puerto Viejo. Hardly. It's much more what we expected of the Caribbean side though, lots of reggae and Caribbean style food.  We made the most ...

Hammocks: A Guide to Hammocking, Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica travel blog

Hammocks: A Guide to Hammocking

A travel blog entry by findandrew

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... Tunco, El Salvador we have just completed our epic journey through a large portion of Central America and reached Puerto Viejo, in southern Costa Rica.  We loved our time in Playa el Tunco. The tiny little one street  town won us over with its ...

Puerto Viejo, Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica travel blog

Puerto Viejo

A travel blog entry by olace

Crossed a dodgy border crossing over a bridge that felt like it was going to collapse under me. Not far away frmo the border is the lazy town of Puerto Viejo, about 3 blocks by 3 blocks big. Dropped my gear off in a cool hostel where its just a couple of ...

swinging through the trees MonteVerde, Monteverde, Costa Rica travel blog

swinging through the trees MonteVerde

A travel blog entry by whereshallwego

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There are only two daily buses to Monteverde and we didn't fancy the idea of trying to make the 6am one so we took the chilled approach and hung about till 230pm. We took a taxi in the pourings of rain to the bus station, where Cathal proceeded to ...

Costa Rica Travel Diary, Tortuguero, Monte Verde, Arenal, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Costa Rica Travel Diary

A travel blog entry by kungfusurfer

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... us so we dont get bombarded with feces that the howler monkeys like to throw on tourists as a way of welcoming them to Costa Rica. After breakfast, we take a two-hour boat tour of the Toruguero River and its many tributaries. We see several ...

I dream of The Turtle Place, Tortuguero, Costa Rica travel blog

I dream of The Turtle Place

A travel blog entry by shalynnpack

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... . Tortuguero National Park protects over 120 sq miles primary lowland rainforest and marine habitat on the northern Caribbean coast of Costa Rica.  Its only town, Tortuguero, has 1300 inhabitants and survives solely on ecotourism—over 50,000 ...

Have bicycle, will travel., Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica travel blog

Have bicycle, will travel.

A travel blog entry by jp122163

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I had a good scare yesterday with my money situation. Had I been in a better frame of mind when leaving San Jose, I would have been more prepared. There's one bank in Puerto Viejo and they don't like my bank card, nor my Mastercard. They prefer Visa.. ...

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