Travel Blogs from Limon, Costa Rica

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Dag 19 - 1 tequila - 2 tequila - 3 tequila - floor, Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica travel blog

Dag 19 - 1 tequila - 2 tequila - 3 tequila - floor

A travel blog entry by dimitri_sophie

... zien. Weer drie Amerikaanse walvissen gespot. Met een bootje tuffen we naar het rif. Geen nood aan Touristil, aan deze kant van Costa Rica is de zee een spiegel. We dalen af tot 22 meter en stijgen geleidelijk langs een muur van koraal. Het is een ...

Take (base) Five: Da dun da dun dah duh, Cabécar, Costa Rica travel blog

Take (base) Five: Da dun da dun dah duh

A travel blog entry by lizzyness

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My year in Costa Rica seems to be about two things: work and play.  Each day holds a little of both, though not always in complete balance.  A common condition often discussed here is "FOMO," Fear Of Missing Out.  I had never heard of it ...

Monteverde - Superman, Tarzan & Cloud Forest, Monteverde, Costa Rica travel blog

Monteverde - Superman, Tarzan & Cloud Forest

A travel blog entry by skjaer

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After visiting Manuel Antonio park, we headed north, away from the Pacific and into the northern hills of Costa Rica to visit Monteverde Cloud Forest. This took another bus ride of about three hours, this one in our own minivan - much better than public ...

Pure Magic, Tortuguero, Costa Rica travel blog

Pure Magic

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast

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To get from Turrialba to the National Park Tortuguero on the Caribbean coast was another adventure on Costa Rica's public transport. From my hostel to the bus station I shared a taxi with some girls who were going rafting. Then from Turrialba the bus to ...

Pura Vida, Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica travel blog

Pura Vida

A travel blog entry by aubreycox

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... days in Puerto Veijo at a hotel called Kaya's Palce. The hotel was owned by an American named JT and his 9 months pregnant costa rican girlfriend (are you catching a theme?). We didn't spend too much time with them, unlike the hotel's manager Mike. ...

Turtle Watching, Tortuguero, Costa Rica travel blog

Turtle Watching

A travel blog entry by aubreycox

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... . We took a guided tour through the park (so our money would go to the preservation of the sea turtles and the park).  Costa Rica hosts 4 of the 6 species of sea turtles in the world. During our tour we saw green turtles nesting. It was so exciting ...

Birthday Bank holiday, Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica travel blog

Birthday Bank holiday

A travel blog entry by maz760

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... learnt was that a rattle snakes rattle cannot be heard on the Caribbean side as it is too damp here so be warned. On the positive side, Costa Rica makes the most ant-venom in the world, so you only have to walk into any medical centre to get it, if you ...

First day at the super dooper sloth sanctuary, Cahuita, Costa Rica travel blog

First day at the super dooper sloth sanctuary

A travel blog entry by blondesontour

So for my first day I managed to turn off my alarm clock and woke up at 6am, aka when we start work. Luckily Linda woke me up and I got ready in two minutes, I'm sure the sloths won't care if I brushed my teeth or not... We start our day by lightly ...

Pierre, there and everywhere, Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica travel blog

Pierre, there and everywhere

A travel blog entry by steve_julie

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... Czechs want to stay at the beach so we head to stop two without them. Cahuita Park is next. The national parks in Costa Rica costa ten bucks-a to get into but Pierre knows the local entrance, which requires only a small donation. It's a grubby little ...

Cerro de la Muerte - Aviarios Del Caribe, Cahuita, Costa Rica travel blog

Cerro de la Muerte - Aviarios Del Caribe

A travel blog entry by avengerpenguins

... as a rescue centre for injured and orphaned sloths. If we were only allowed to recommend one location for visiting birdwatchers to Costa Rica to stay, then we would probably opt for this one. The location is delightful, the owners extremely welcoming and ...

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