Travel Blogs from Limon, Costa Rica

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Monteverde, Monteverde, Costa Rica travel blog

Monteverde

A travel blog entry by lennyandcat

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We crossed the border into Costa Rica easily enough and within a few minutes into our bus ride to the Monteverde Cloud Forest we couldn't believe how green it was.  We have been used to seeing earth as dry as a bone with ...

Manzanillo, Manzanillo, Costa Rica travel blog

Manzanillo

A travel blog entry by diene

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Die letzte Nacht hat es im Karibikstyle durchgehend geregnet und auch am Morgen nieselt es noch ein wenig.Beste Vorraussetzungen also um den Tag erstmal mit einem vernuenftigen Desayuno de Gato (so ne Art Katerfruehstuck) zu beginnen. Die scheinen das ...

The Jaguar Sanctuary, Puerto Viejo, Limon, Costa Rica travel blog

The Jaguar Sanctuary, Puerto Viejo

A travel blog entry by lpringle

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This morning Ali and I went to The Jaguar Sanctury, an animal sanctury in Puerto Viejo. We had a brilliant tour and saw all sorts of animals from toucans and baby owls to monkies, caimen, tree frogs, sloths, small wild cats and anteaters! The highlights ...

Puerto Viejo, Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica travel blog

Puerto Viejo

A travel blog entry by bell.costarica

... out that the receptionist was originally from the US too. When she was a sophomore in high school her parents decided to move to Costa Rica, and she had been here ever since.  After the massage me and this other girl took naps and got ready later to ...

Monteverde, Monteverde, Costa Rica travel blog

Monteverde

A travel blog entry by bradmccartney

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If you go to Monteverde its to visit the rainforest. theres a network of trails that you can walk along that stretch several kilometres. The problem is that due to the huge numbers of people I didn't expect to see too much wildlife. Did see lots of ...

La Tortuga Feliz y mucho mas, Back in San Jose, Costa Rica travel blog

La Tortuga Feliz y mucho mas

A travel blog entry by smyth

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Well, the turtles were ridiculously amazing!! The unnamed island itself was awesome, although the living conditions were not so easy. No electricity to speak of other than a solar panel for a few selected lights for a few hours at night and the meals ...

Dia 15. Tortuguero, Tortuguero, Costa Rica travel blog

Dia 15. Tortuguero

A travel blog entry by maprudencio

*** PLANING *** Por la mañana Treeking al Cerro Tortugero (2h). Es por selva y tiene muy buenas vistas. Por la tarde visita por los senderos del Parque Nacional de Tortuguero y paseo por el pueblo. Tambien está la opción de alquilar unos ...

Monteverde, Monteverde, Costa Rica travel blog

Monteverde

A travel blog entry by dstears

Monteverde ...

Tortuguero, Tortuguero, Costa Rica travel blog

Tortuguero

A travel blog entry by lightnerjohnson

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School was over for the girls and most of our friends had left Monteverde, so it was time for us to explore another part of Costa Rica. Tortuguero had a number of draws for us. It is one of the most remote areas in the country as it is only accessible by ...

Cahuita / Puerto Viejo.  Caribbean Coast.  Maan., Cahuita, Costa Rica travel blog

Cahuita / Puerto Viejo. Caribbean Coast. Maan.

A travel blog entry by rlphillips

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Hi All, After a ten hour bus journey, we made it to Cahuita.  A quiet resort on the Caribbean coast.   We stayed in some cabinas called Brisas Del Mar, which was the best accomodation yet.  Big rooms in a nice little garden next to ...

Turtles by moonlight...can you top that?, Tortuguero, Costa Rica travel blog

Turtles by moonlight...can you top that?

A travel blog entry by southernxposure

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... going to get a on a guided trip to Tortuguero National Park the next morning. This is a canal along the northeast coast of Costa Rica where sea turtles come to nest. Turned out we were going to be there during the Green Sea turtle nesting season, so ...

Costa Rica 2, Limón, Costa Rica travel blog

Costa Rica 2

A travel blog entry by wellmaennchen

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Oh man, das Paradies habe ich gefunden! Das Nenn ich mal leben, den ganzen Tag Surfen und abends bis die Clubs schließen feiern. Hab hier ne Super nette Truppe gefunden, alle aus Australien und auch etwas älter, aber total nett. Das Hostel ist ...

Tortuguero and Caribbean Coast, Limon, Costa Rica travel blog

Tortuguero and Caribbean Coast

A travel blog entry by markandemma

At last we have got rid of the 4x4 and are venturing by boat to the far northeast of Costa Rica. There are no roads, only rivers and canals. Managed to get charged nothing nothing for the damage to the car, pretty lucky! Dry season, so low water and lots ...

pura vida, Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica travel blog

pura vida

A travel blog entry by cmason

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... a whole ordeal over the price of our stay with an American owner back home,  we packed up and made way for the Costa Rican Border. Yeah, the same one.. remember... the bridge, the thieves and crooked immigration officers. But this time was different. ...

3day/2night trip to Tortuguero to see the turtles, Tortuguero, Costa Rica travel blog

3day/2night trip to Tortuguero to see the turtles

A travel blog entry by ditch

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... on this entry - you can just about make out mine and Naomi's skin crawling if you listen closely.   Unfortunately due to Costa Rica's proximity to America it is extremely likely that like us you will have the misfortune to bump into one of these ...

Rain, Rain and more rain in Costa Rica, Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica travel blog

Rain, Rain and more rain in Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by nickiandal

... to them and they were really nice, they wouldnt take an\y payment and gave us some tips about looking after ourstuff etc, as Costa Rica can be dangerous in that respect! We wandered around in the blistering heat from hostal to hostal looking for a good ...

Monteverde Reserve - Cloud Forest Night Tour, Monteverde, Costa Rica travel blog

Monteverde Reserve - Cloud Forest Night Tour

A travel blog entry by pavel.jares

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Slunny den do vasich domovu :) Tenhle den jsme pojali trochu odpocinkove, pze jsme byli po predchozich narocnych dnech docela zniceni. Takze jsem mel cas podivat se na net, dobre se najist a zajistit prepravu smerem na jih k plazim Pacifiku. Odpoledne ...

Brake, brake, brake!!!!, Monteverde, Costa Rica travel blog

Brake, brake, brake!!!!

A travel blog entry by jay_and_joann

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    If you are looking for big adventure in Monteverde, then zip lines are the way to go.  Our host, Ronnie, booked us a canopy tour through 100% Adventura, and they guarantee total satisfaction.  For $25 per person we were ...

Rafting To Our Hotel, Siquirres, Costa Rica travel blog

Rafting To Our Hotel

A travel blog entry by tdv95

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... powers-that-be change their minds (the nearby majestic Reventazón River was lost to a dam project so even eco-focused Costa Rica is not beyond messing with natures works of art). The Pacuare River, or the Río Pacuare, flows approximately ...

Cloud Forests, Monteverde, Costa Rica travel blog

Cloud Forests

A travel blog entry by arthur~trillian

hoefully some ...

Cloud Forests, Monteverde, Costa Rica travel blog

Cloud Forests

A travel blog entry by arthur~trillian

hopefully some ...

Turtle time, Tortuguero, Costa Rica travel blog

Turtle time

A travel blog entry by georgiemoule

... its the weekend, and we don't have work, the other volunteers and I took a weekend trip to Tortuguero, on the Atlantic Coast of Costa Rica to see turtles. Getting here was an adventure in itself. Tortuguero is only accessible by boat, so we had to get a ...

Caribbean Fun!, Some crap town that we're now stuck in for  liek 4 hours..., Costa Rica travel blog

Caribbean Fun!

A travel blog entry by dan_gee

... a roulette wheel of fortune style thing! How bloody random! Crazy! well only have 15 days left and we're still well in Costa Rica. Hasn't really sunk in that I will have finished my trip fairly soon! Think I'm looking forward to coming home somewhat not ...

Chapter XX, Cahuita, Costa Rica travel blog

Chapter XX

A travel blog entry by jeastty

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... drug infested beach town of Cahuita. Cahuita is known for its black sand beaches and even better surfing. The Atlantic coast of Costa Rica is a surfer´s haven and people flock here from all over the world. We got dropped off at this beachfront home that ...

So long Nicaragua, Monteverde, Costa Rica travel blog

So long Nicaragua

A travel blog entry by erics

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... and as a bonus, two foxes came around looking for a handout. Today we swung by the Frog Pond, a local eco-zoo devoted to Costa Rica's native amphibeans. Obviously. It was a lot more fun than we expected, who knew frogs were so cool? Anyway, that's ...

Puerto Viejo, Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica travel blog

Puerto Viejo

A travel blog entry by heidsontour

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... her porch and see the normal life plod along with lots and lots of people coming and going.  Families tend to be big in Costa Rica and adopting random people is also common.  For example, they had adopted an old lady with no other ...

Les prouesses des surfeurs et des paresseux, Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica travel blog

Les prouesses des surfeurs et des paresseux

A travel blog entry by remilien

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Nous vous avons parlé des surfeurs depuis le début de nos vacances.  Nous les avons croisé sur toutes les plages, à l'exception de Punta Uva où les vagues étaient plus calmes. Comme je vous disais, ils sont tellement typés qu'on se croirait ...

Puerto Viejo, Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica travel blog

Puerto Viejo

A travel blog entry by chrismyers

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Puerto Viejo has a great feel. A small secluded beach town where people go and never come back. As we drug ourselves off of the worst bus in the world, the rain came down.  We ran to our hotel and got checked in.  We got a room at the Hotel ...

Puerto limon, looking for shipping deals, Puerto limon, Costa Rica travel blog

Puerto limon, looking for shipping deals

A travel blog entry by aleman

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After crossing through various country roads from the volcano, i finally arived in Puerto Limon. The town itself has not much to offer, but is good for shopping, internetting and so forth. Also about 10 km towards San Joses dirction, there are ...

Cahuita, Cahuita, Costa Rica travel blog

Cahuita

A travel blog entry by parkerlearey

Hola from Cahuita I am currently in Cahuita, Costa Rica, I spent 2 days in Quepos and in Manuel Antonio. I hiked all through Manuel National Park and saw lots of iguanas, 2 sloths thousands of hermits crabs and very beatuiful beaches and forest. I ...

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