Cabinas San Isidro

San Isidro, Puntarenas, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Puntarenas

The Ferry to Montezuma

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2


... your journey to Cobano where you change to a local bus to take you down to Montezuma.

The Ferry ride:
You get off the bus and walk onto the ferry. Your luggage stays on the bus and that is the nice part for us. You can sit inside or out and this time we chose to sit inside so that Laura could prop her foot up for the journey. An additional bonus on this trip........a ride on the ascensor to the passenger level of the ferry. Ascensor is ...

One stop in Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by peeteeandjoe


... wasn't too successful. Seems like I was a little early or a little late. But it was good to be in the surf again in warm water.

We decided not to walk through the state park because it was 1/2 hour walk there and back and two of our party walk with a cane and it seemed like not the best use of our hour there. It did mean that we didn't get to see the white faced monkeys. We saw a couple in a tree along the road.

Famous Cloud Forest

A travel blog entry by danielle.bajada


... customs they even filled all our forms out. We were then put up in the nicest hotel we've stayed in for a while and were given complimentary dinner which was awesome. In the end it worked out well as we only missed a night in San Jose which we weren't looking forward to anyway.

We arrived at around 10am into San Jose and went straight to the bus station where we waited until 2.30pm for our bus to Monteverde. I was going insane by the end ...

A Sampling of Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by danharriet


... a small town built around a small square filled with paths into the park that traveled under tall shade trees and beside statues of local heroes. On one side of the park was a church that serviced the population of the town. The church was a Catholic church which was not surprising as this was the most popular religion in the country. Parks in these small towns were a common place for the people of the town to meet and spend time relaxing on the shade lined paths. Even though ...


A travel blog entry by georgeheap


... as I needed a break from activities. It was nice to just hang around and relax a bit. This morning we went to the cloud forest to do a hike and look at the different flora there. I was quite amazed by the amount of plants that were growing on other plants. We also saw a few birds but sadly not the quetzal which we were looking for. I have left my rain coat in Guatemala by the looks of it so by the end I ...


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