Cabinas Michelle

C2 Av 5, 150m North of Parque central, Liberia, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | Hostel
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This hostel is located on C2 Av 5, 150m North of Parque central, Liberia.
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Travel Blogs from Liberia

Our Casa Cielo for the Week

A travel blog entry by gilmer on Feb 10, 2014

... prior to
our trip about the country, region, and about getting to the house. The
house was well stocked with linens, coffee, and other key items for our
stay. Our family of 4 (two elementary aged children) were treated to a
wonderful Tico snack upon arrival and orientation about the house and
local adventure options. The family helped us secure a fun ziplining
adventure. ...

Woke up this morning feelin' fine!!!!

A travel blog entry by gilmer on Feb 10, 2014

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... Joanne told me the weather was around 82 F. I am sure it will get a lot hotter as the day progresses. Today, we head to our first rental in Monte Verde. Joanne talked to the owner of the house yesterday and got more directions on how to get to her place. Joanne said the owner was nice. Hopefully, we don't get lost. I guess the road signs are not the greatest here - or not there - that is what we have been warned over and ...

Beach Day!

A travel blog entry by yfcprojectserve on Jul 14, 2013

6 comments

... people and with the great back drop. So besides that we spent an awesome day at the beach learning how to surf (which is literally the funnest thing in world!) and just laying back and enjoying the awesome weather. I miss San Jose, and all of our awesome Costa Rican friends, but thankfully we have been blessed with Randall and Fresia who have opened their home to all of us the entire week. I am excited to work in the ...

77-78: AWESOME dives and amazing karaoke night!

A travel blog entry by blondesontour on Apr 22, 2013

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... first and was kind of sat on the bottom with his arms outstretched towards the tuna, whilst rotating haha. A current kick in so we had to move because they couldn't really do their tasks when we were being dragged off. We went into the reef to steady ourselves and I found some fishing net/line stuck on the reef so cut it out using Zack's knife. I really need to get one of these. The second dive was at Tortuga for the mapping project. We did quite a big area but it was ...

Costa Rica Trip

A travel blog entry by jeastty on Feb 24, 2013

2 comments, 28 photos

While all of you (in New England) were presumably preoccupied by the inordinate amount of snow 'Nemo' graced you with, I was voyaging through the most biologically intense country on the planet-Costa Rica. My journey began with a protracted and mind-numbingly dreary 15 hour bus ride from Panama to San Jose. This is a distance roughly equivalent to Boston-Buffalo but due to Costa Rica’s inferior infrastructure and comically disorganized ...