Belen Suites Bed & Breakfast

Address: San Antonio De Belen, Province of Heredia, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Game time

A travel blog entry by marksmb on Jun 13, 2014

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All afternoon classes are meeting in the cafeteria for the Spain v. Netherlands game. The younger grades were supposed to be in the classroom for lessons but the students convinced their teachers to let them go. Longwood students learned an interesting lesson today...classrooms get ...

Exploring San Jose

A travel blog entry by joshtollman on Jun 02, 2014

... of architecture and shops/food markets. Went to this amazing sweet shop. We then went bad as it was raining and played cards and cleaned up. We then had dinner on the balcony overlooking the city and plaid Skip Do and headed to bed for an early night. 3:30 wake up ...

2 Months and Counting...

A travel blog entry by morganmaraea on Apr 06, 2014

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... tortillas 14: Met some crazy fother muckers 15: Seen me a few waterfalls 16: Gone on a coupley hikes 17: aquired a few 1003 Mosquito bites 18: learnt I should probably wear insect repellant 19: Was tripled on a motorbike 20: Joined a gym 21: Got fat cos I don't use my gym membership 22: Been for a wee dip in a natural hot spring river ( BYO anything you want and was free too!!! ) 23: I learnt that if you wear shorts.. or really anything short while walking through San ...

Welcome to the Jungle

A travel blog entry by rhea_ on Jul 17, 2013

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... to know that pockets like this still exist (and that the tribes-people still have better dental anesthetic than the so-called developed world!). One sad thing to note was that during our sail down the river, although the Nicaraguan side of the border still had rough, unadulterated jungle, the Costa Rican side had mowed down much of their forest to make way for agriculture and cattle farms. It was incredible to notice the difference between the two sides and ...

Banana farms

A travel blog entry by klynch35313 on May 30, 2013

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... a really great few days and it's so good to see the things I've been taught in the office brought to life. As I mentioned before none of the farms in Costa Rica supply Sainsbury's as they are not Fairtrade but the farms we take from are pretty much identical to what I saw. Whilst driving to the farms we also went past loads of other crops e.g. Cassava, papaya and palm. I had never seen any of them before so took the opportunity to have a quick look as we went ...