Hostel Trotamundos

Av 5, between street 2-4, One Block north and half block west from Juan Sant, Alajuela, Province of Alajuela, 1614050, Costa Rica | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Av 5, between street 2-4, One Block north and half block west from Juan Sant, Alajuela, is near Fincas Naturales, The Butterfly Farm (Finca de Mariposas), Juan Santamaria Historical Museum, and Parque Juan Santamaria.
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    Travel Blogs from Alajuela

    Day 7: Relaxation time

    A travel blog entry by misslibbyrn on Feb 09, 2014

    ... bartender we met when we first arrived and traded information. He is a very nice young local but has family in New Hampshire, so we told him to come visit if ever in the states. We went back to the room early to pack and then headed to dinner at Agua Azul, a very small open air restaurant with a beautiful view over looking the ocean. The food was good but service was slow. Jeff ...

    Aye aye aye aye.......

    A travel blog entry by bobby8614 on Jul 04, 2013

    49 photos

    ... food, gossiping - great fun to watch. Onto the national museum after, the first room is an open butterfly sanctuary :) amazing colours & lots of info on them & the local plants! Then onto the history of Costa Rica from the indigenous people, Spanish settlers, American influence, their brief civil war & the subsequent abolishment of the army to the international park committee & local photography works. They have loads of amazing graffiti here, all on the ...

    Butterflies and Boys

    A travel blog entry by stacek68 on Mar 28, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... in 1917 as the Bellavista Barracks with towers, troop dormitory, cells, kitchen and bathrooms along with commander houses. Some of the cells still have graffiti on the walls written by confined soldiers. After just 30 years it stopped functioning as barracks when the army abolition was decreed in 1948. Since then, Costa Rica has dedicated it's military budget to both education and cultural pursuits. It's amazing that such a small country in ...

    Day Two. Job site and more

    A travel blog entry by brazil2011 on Jan 15, 2013

    ... who is furthest from the grass required flexibility. Although being the tallest benefited in not needing a ladder for some of the wall project while some of us wait for one. Now the big dog, the wall. I realize that my comfort zone with climbing and standing on scaffolding for the first time is about 12 feet and I can't tell you how impressed I am with some members of our crew who were jumping around at 24 feet. I would need a parachute for such adventure, After pouring and ...

    Day One....Costa Rica

    A travel blog entry by ashleysblog on Aug 02, 2012

    1 comment

    ... an amazing guy and it made it really hard to leave. With his love and support though, and the support of my family and friends I find myself in my new apartment in Costa Rica.

    I have traveled to Escazu, just outside of San Jose, the capital of Costa Rica. I will be working at Country Day School teaching 5th grade. I am excited for the new challenges that await me this year. It will be my first year teaching an inclusive class ...