Travel Blogs from Limon, Costa Rica

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anna en faan de biologen, Tortuguero, Costa Rica travel blog

anna en faan de biologen

A travel blog entry by anna-en-faan

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... maar weinig bezienswaardige stad is zijn we met bus en bootje richting tortugeuro getrokken een stukje regenwoud in het noordoosten van costa rica, dat tussen een rivier en de carraibische zee ligt met de gids een tochtje gemaakt door het regenwoud: ik ...

The Dogs of Puerto Viejo, Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica travel blog

The Dogs of Puerto Viejo

A travel blog entry by starrover.22

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... as a dog. Of course a well loved, house dog.  But now, I think I would like to come back as a dog in Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica.  They aren't well loved house dogs, that is for sure.  They lack the basic care of regular food, vet visits; they ...

Ab durch die Kanaele, Moin, Costa Rica travel blog

Ab durch die Kanaele

A travel blog entry by mittelamerika

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... und ist fuer jeden empfehlenswert! anschliessend machten wir uns auf den Weg zum Vulkan Arenal, einer der bekanntesten Vulkane Costa Ricas, bei dem man manchmal sogar noch Lavastroeme sehen kann. Heute haben wir leider nur einen Wolkenverhangenen Vulkan ...

Le passage de la frontière Costa Rica - Panama, Sixaola, Costa Rica travel blog

Le passage de la frontière Costa Rica - Panama

A travel blog entry by la-buena-vida

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blandat, Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica travel blog

blandat

A travel blog entry by jenny58

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Nu har jag varit här mer än en vecka. För er som inte vet så är jag i Costa Rica och bor mitt i djungeln utanför en by som heter Puerto Viejo. Jag jobbar på ett yoga ställe dit det kommer en massa turister (mestadels från USA och Canada). Det tar ...

Cloud forest follows rain forest & guess what, Monteverde, Costa Rica travel blog

Cloud forest follows rain forest & guess what

A travel blog entry by pilgrim143

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... totally touristy but Santa Elena has travelers & all the US bus tours seemed to be in one big hotel out of the way. Costa Rica has clearly sold its soul to US bus tours and charges them appropriately - shame they pay so easily for overpriced tours & ...

East coast surf,  Walter's Piscina Natural, Cahuita, Limon, Costa Rica travel blog

East coast surf, Walter's Piscina Natural

A travel blog entry by radsolv

... was active and friendly. Of African heritage as many Tico's in this area are. They don't seem to be many in other parts of Costa Rica. The surf was vigorous enough for my tastes but I was not as active in it as I had been at Janquillal. The Canadian ...

Right near da beach, Boy-eeee!, Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica travel blog

Right near da beach, Boy-eeee!

A travel blog entry by j_mas

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... Man contest, a chance for backpackers to prove just how well-rounded they are. In the contest were guys from all over...US, Ireland, Costa Rica, the UK and even a girl from Sweden! The contest was composed of four rounds: a double beer + double shot beer ...

Manuel Antonio - Quepos - Puntarenas - MonteVerde, MonteVerde, Costa Rica travel blog

Manuel Antonio - Quepos - Puntarenas - MonteVerde

A travel blog entry by notsolonely

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Taxis heading up to Quepos from Manuel Antonio don't like going up empty, so offer a collectivo style service for 500 colones (~ $1) per person (pp), a handy alternative to the bus (C$ 235 pp) if you want to make it to the Quepos bus station for a ...

Back to Business, Monteverde, Costa Rica travel blog

Back to Business

A travel blog entry by olisandra

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... hostel where literally everything was purple, Oli did not approve of the colour scheme. Next morning we boarded a bus for San Jose, Costa Rica. Border crossing went fine, no problem, and we arrived safe and sound on the other side with some new friends. ...

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