Nomadas Backpackers

Address: From Coffee Shop Te Conte in Rohrmoser 100 mts north and 25 mts West, San Jose Metro, Province of San Jose, Costa Rica | Hostel
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This hostel, located on From Coffee Shop Te Conte in Rohrmoser 100 mts north and 25 mts West, San Jose Metro, is near Jade Museum (Museo Nacional del Jade), Parque Nacional Braulio Carrillo, Templo de la Musica, and Spirogyra Butterfly Garden.
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Travel Blogs from San Jose Metro

The Aroma of Tarrazu

A travel blog entry by frubia on Jul 03, 2014

25 photos

We rented a car for 1 week and explored the Tarrazu region, which is located in the Central Highlands of Costa Rica. This area is a gourmet coffee growing center of the country and a mecca for coffee-lovers.

While driving through the highlands and valleys, we passed many coffee fields. We saw quiet mountain towns surrounded by spectacular mountains, which are completely covered with shiny-leafed ...

La Iguana Chocolate

A travel blog entry by frubia on Jun 21, 2014

52 photos

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The countryside around Mastatal is beautiful. All the locals we met were kind and happy people .

One day, after heavy rain showers, we saw two toucans sitting next to each other on a tree. Both were singing together loud and simultaneously. These two colorful, toucans were greeting the sun. And everybody else was listening. It was wonderful! .


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First full work day

A travel blog entry by lccmissions on Apr 01, 2014

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Yesterday was our first day with the kids during devotion time in the morning. I came down the hill to the rancho with Ukulele in had (to lead a few opening songs), and was immediately approached by Wilbert who grabbed my hand and pulled me in. I was also joined by Axel, who had roped most of us into a game of soccer the evening before, which killed Phil and Ryan, who had decided it would be a good idea to sprint back up the stairs ...

Madame Speaker... Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by mikeandnat on Jul 29, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... memories that can leave you talking for hours. He even joined us on the bus to San Jose, with a flight we had to get at 7am, and welcomed us into his other home for the night, with his crazy chiwhawa, and then drive us to the airport at 4.30am to ensure we were safe. We will take with us from these Central American countries, incredible experiences, firsts for us both, picture perfect scenes, as if they were from national geographic magazines, ...

Turtle season has officially begun

A travel blog entry by hgilbert on Apr 06, 2013

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... the sand bank. We stepped back and the staff members investigated, only to come back minutes later to confirm she was digging her egg chamber and so we could get to work.

Lots of data are collected from each turtle we "work" on a night walk. Not only do we record the position of the nest, but also the size of the turtle, any tag numbers she may have and the number of eggs she lays. The latter of these requires lying in the sand with your hand underneath the ...