Travel Blogs from Limon, Costa Rica

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Costa Rica, Monteverde, Costa Rica travel blog

Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by brickyardfarm

A long and pretty rough dirt road, but the deep mud allowed us to scoot past the buses, as they needed to dig out a bit ... but a Toyota 4Runner, easy!  An early morning guided bird walk where we progressed about 15 yards was just as good as an ...

Rustatown, Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica travel blog

Rustatown

A travel blog entry by rainman2468

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... out of sync and sung like they were drunken doing karaoke. Apparently it was their last show before they headed out to tour Costa Rica on a national tour :-S Puerto Viejo was a nice relaxing stop, not that we needed it after Bocas but really enjoyed our ...

It's Raining!!!!, Puerto Limon, Costa Rica travel blog

It's Raining!!!!

A travel blog entry by paradisesda

Juanita says: It's raining!!! IN OUR HOTEL!!!! No it's not that we have a leak in the ceiling, its that in parts of the hotel their is no ceiling. If u walk out into the hallway, the hallway is covered but if you go beyond that u will see the open sky. ...

Week One: Adapting, Jalova, Costa Rica travel blog

Week One: Adapting

A travel blog entry by karen.toft

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Iīve been at base camp for a week now.  Itīs been a hard week with lots to learn and lots to overcome!  Itīs surprising how quickly you can get used to things when you have to.  Cold showers for example.  We have no hot ...

"Where's the turtle? I only see a big rock!"

A travel blog entry by mikeandelana

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We arrived in San Jose, Costa Rica just before dark on Tuesday evening to be pleasantly surprised by how modern (we saw a stem cell bank), clean, and safe this city felt in comparison to the other major ones in Central America.  Did I mention how ...

The move to the volunteer house and sloth drama, Cahuita, Costa Rica travel blog

The move to the volunteer house and sloth drama

A travel blog entry by blondesontour

Thankfully we have some new volunteers coming today which means we might actually get some proper breaks and finish at a reasonable time. Logically anyway.  It was raining loads this morning and the two toed sloths really hate the rain.sg It makes ...

Aviarios, Cahuita, Costa Rica travel blog

Aviarios

A travel blog entry by avengerpenguins

... suggest. It is heavily pot-holed in parts but there seems to have been a fair bit of work done on the coast road south of Limon in the last couple of years. It was easily passable in the Terios and could probably have been driven in a car with a lower ...

Last Day, Cahuita, Costa Rica travel blog

Last Day

A travel blog entry by avengerpenguins

... Pale-billed, which is much larger and probably unmistakable). Unless there is a very similar species that has recently colonised Costa Rica, these were Acorn Woodpeckers. A rather unexpected 300th species. In truth we had forgotten to include both Least ...

Aerial Tram, Tortuguero, Costa Rica travel blog

Aerial Tram

A travel blog entry by kurz_costa_rica

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Did not see any animals but I saw a lizzard and a beautiful bird with yellow head. One of the children on my Aerial tram was sick and he puked...oh well at least it was not on the ...

On the ship, Puerto Limon, Costa Rica travel blog

On the ship

A travel blog entry by sparcat

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