Guesthouse El Maranon

Address: La Trinidad, Ciudad Colon, San Jose Metro, Province of San Jose, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ciudad Colon


A travel blog entry by baxterscr15 on Apr 27, 2015

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Finished breakfast,back to the room to finish packing and one last check before coming to the main lobby to wait for our ride to the airport. Been a great week,lots to do, lots of laughs and fabulous weather. Will miss being waited on but can't wait to get home to my own bed.
Everything went great at the Liberia Airport. Our driver picked us up a little early but we were ready at the ...

Back in San Jose

A travel blog entry by lysebrooks on Apr 12, 2015

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This morning we regretfully left a little piece of paradise, the Sevegre lodge and nature reserve. We had another early morning walk before breakfast where we located a few more birds. We arrived in San Jose where we had a walking tour of the downtown area followed by a guided visit to the Teatro Nacional. Beautiful building built in 1897, very ornate with large ceiling paintings brought from Europe, marble statues, ...

Life at an Eco-Lodge: Nature, Tours, Beer

A travel blog entry by lrandal on Mar 17, 2015


... frogs and spiders. But then we had to go back across that damned bridge, with a group of teenagers walking behind us making it sway. I wailed. Ronald made them back off.

By the end, I was very eager to get back to our "boongalow," dive dive into a soothing book, and watch the ceiling fan rotate. Yes, I'm glad we're here; I like the lodge and recommend it, even though the food is a bit repetitive (beans and rice ...

Proving toucan enjoy Costa Rica at sloth pace

A travel blog entry by nikiandthomas on Jan 14, 2015

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On route to the Arenal Kioro Suites we were stopped in our tracks by about twenty coatis in the middle of the road. Some other tourists had stopped and were feeding them some fruit which had got them into a bit of a frenzy. I jumped out of the car to get a bit nearer to them but ended up retreating pretty quickly when they started making a run toward me presumably thinking I also had some food for them.


Day 3: Ringing in the New Year in the mountains

A travel blog entry by ducktravels on Jan 01, 2015

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This morning, we had a full family breakfast with traditional Costa Rican leftovers including tamales (cheese and beans baked in a banana leaf), a pumpkin/prune filled pastry (similar to a fig newton) and corn cake with lots of coffee!! After cleaning up from last night's party we went on a day trip to the University grounds near our house which happened to be on top of a mountain. We drove through fields of coffee and the most lush greens until we arrived ...