Cabinas Michelle

Address: 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

Cow roping and pig wrestling

A travel blog entry by katie.gundersen on Aug 15, 2015

It was our next clinic day but this time we worked with large animals! We visited 4 farms in total today and saw cows, pigs, and horses. The first farm we went to had a decent sized herd of Brahman cattle, a common breed in Central America. We were there to deworm the cows and give them vitamin injections. Most cattle die in these hot climates because of parasite infections or vitamin deficiencies in their diet. This farm had a shoot to move the cattle through and we ...

True Heros in the Costa Rican Tropical Dry Forest

A travel blog entry by costarica2015 on Feb 17, 2015

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... a willingness to help that is uncommon in the typical 17 or 18 year old. A special shout out goes to David Diaz, Mr. Gary, Alex K, Kaitlyn N, Dylan L, And Billy L for helping to potentially save the life of an elderly man who was hiking in conditions too strenuous for his body. Luckily some of these gentlemen are trained in CPR, however a rescue op in the middle of the Costa Rican dry forest was unexpected and they reacted swiftly and in an organized manner to get the man ...

Adventure time

A travel blog entry by amzellen on Sep 13, 2014

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My days now are pretty much the same routine but today we went for a little beach adventure. During the day we tend to just chill as it's too hot to do much but today was a little cooler due to it raining quite a lot during the night so after lunch we went for a walk. At the end of the north side of the beach there is some rockery which you can climb on if you time it right with the low tide. It's about 1.4km to the end and then we ...

Day 4

A travel blog entry by hcasaintsmt2014 on Jan 07, 2014

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... take a leisurely nap on the hammocks. We had a lot of fun talking with Miss Julie and Coach Rickert about the joys of life. When we finished with all of the painting and the clean-up, all of us girls enjoyed eating our stashed-away snacks in Jess's, Kim's, and our room. We then quickly put on our swim attire and dashed away to the Hot Springs at Yoko Termales which are made hot by the volcano. We ALL really liked the relaxing hot water and we had some very ...

Beach Day!

A travel blog entry by yfcprojectserve on Jul 14, 2013


Dear Dave, Today at the beach I got a souvenir for Grammy, it is pretty neat. I got braids in my hair and today I tried surfing and I saw a sting ray. Surfing was easier than I thought. I bought some cool homemade stuff with people selling stuff on the sand. Liberia is a bit more high end than San Jose and also more touristy. I miss San Jose a lot because for some reason I felt at home.. All the people have even worse ...