Travel Blogs from Dominical, Costa Rica

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Crashpad, Dominical, Costa Rica travel blog

Crashpad

A travel blog entry by lukitolocita

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... showered in freezing cold outdoor showers; the place sort of felt like camping.We made it through the night unscathed.   Dominical is a big Costa Rican surfer destination, but we were just passing through on our way further north. We caught the first ...

The Great Sea Turtle Hunt, Dominical, Costa Rica travel blog

The Great Sea Turtle Hunt

A travel blog entry by millhousers

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... tour, blah blah blah.  Beyond annoyed but also realizing it was Semana Santa (the week before Easter when everyone in Costa RIca is on vacation) and we might not get another opportunity to see Vivian’s sea turtle, we reluctantly climbed aboard ...

im projekt, Matapalo, Costa Rica travel blog

im projekt

A travel blog entry by julegschwander

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nur ganz kurz weil ich hab echt keine zeit und das internet ist mega langsam und kostet nerven!!! erstmal noch frohe weihnachten und fuer demnaechts dann schon mal ein guten rutsch! mir gehts gut! hab weihnachten gut verbracht am geilen strand,... voll ...

Dominica...Not the Domincan Republic, Dominical, Costa Rica travel blog

Dominica...Not the Domincan Republic

A travel blog entry by emmamcisaac

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Dominica was always one of the ports I wasn't overly excited for. I had nothing planned, and was mostly excited to get it over with and move on to Brazil. In fact, Dominica w...as added to our itinerary fairly last minute when Cuba was taken out because ...

The arrival..., Dominical via San Jose, Costa Rica travel blog

The arrival...

A travel blog entry by croixfamily

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... bus, "Necessito... um... bags", and having to buy tickets for a new bus, (Deep Breath) we finally made it to San Isidro and then by cab to Dominical. We lived there for two weeks, studied Spanish, surfed, learned to make Ceviche, and made many ...

Central Pacific coast, Dominical, Costa Rica travel blog

Central Pacific coast

A travel blog entry by johnmueller

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... dissertation.  After a stroll and picking up a few sand dollars, we got back on the road and landed in the Dominical area where we got a cabin at Hacienda Baru, another jungle/ocean preserve, without the throngs of tourists.  This place was ...

Dag 10 Dominical werd het niet, Puntarenas, Costa Rica travel blog

Dag 10 Dominical werd het niet

A travel blog entry by martinitravels

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... . We pakken de spullen, kijken nog 1 keer naar het uitzicht en vertrekken. De reisdag is overigens niet lang. Het doel is Dominical, precies 17 km verderop, omdat ons is verteld dat dat qua strand wat meer mogelijkheden zijn. Om bijvoorbeeld te gaan ...

Two weeks volunteering with sea turtles, Matapalo, Costa Rica travel blog

Two weeks volunteering with sea turtles

A travel blog entry by erika-rodrigo

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... ” endanger the survival of several hundred young hatchlings for publicity. For those looking for Sea Turtle Projects in Costa Rica look for a project that involves a University or a specific experiment ideally involving a PhD student. Due to the ...

In the Tropical Rain Forest, Dominical, Costa Rica travel blog

In the Tropical Rain Forest

A travel blog entry by leomcyr

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... correct the itinerary he sent to us. Ojochal is a town of 7,000 and is reputed to have the best restaurants in southern Costa Rica. From December thru April, offshore Ojochal is the mating area for humpback whales. The Terraba River (longest in CR) ...

And now off to the other ocean and Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

And now off to the other ocean and Manuel Antonio

A travel blog entry by jp122163

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Off on another weekend getaway to Manuel Antonio on the Pacific side of Costa Rica. I'm a little hurting today because I met a ´friend of a friend´ who now lives here and we drank a few beers (had to make up for some lost time) and ate a ton of ...

Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Manuel Antonio

A travel blog entry by emmakelloway

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After a bit of an action packed weekend at La Fortuna, we decided to spend the following weekend chilling on the beach at Manuel Antonio national park- The idea being that there would be less to spend our cash on! Long, long bus journey! It was about ...

Four days on the Pacific coast, Dominical, Costa Rica travel blog

Four days on the Pacific coast

A travel blog entry by hannah.thompson

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Just got back from fabulous long weekend exploring a small stretch of the Pacific Coastline. ...

Day 69-Domincal, Dominical, Costa Rica travel blog

Day 69-Domincal

A travel blog entry by millhousers

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... a tray out of banana leaves and "birds of paradise" and explained to Vivian that the Easter bunny did things differently in Costa Rica.  Vivian seemed to accept this, especially when I permitted her to eat a chocolate bunny BEFORE breakfast. ...

te paard de rimboe in, Dominical, Costa Rica travel blog

te paard de rimboe in

A travel blog entry by cheroutre

4

... over gravelweg de bergen in, stonden de paardjes al op ons te wacten, samen met een groep Amerikaanse toeristen. Volgens mij is Costa Rica voor Amerikanen wat Turkije voor Nederland is, met deze paasweek kom je ze overal tegen. Walter, onze gids te ...

Last day in Dominical, Dominical, Costa Rica travel blog

Last day in Dominical

A travel blog entry by johnandjen

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Our last day in Dominical before heading down to the edge of the country to the Yoga Farm.  We are looking forward to sinking deep into the less travelled path of Pavonnes and Punta Banco.  We met some people who live here now, but have spent ...

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