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Travel Blogs from Santa Elena
So we boarded a Tica bus from Rivas (a town slightly north inland from San Juan Del Sur) heading for San Jose, Costa Rica. We hd been instructed by the lady at the ticket office to get off the bus at Rio Lagarta. Not having a clue what this meant we headed off and easily crossed the borders out of Nicaragua and into Costa Rica. So continuing on the …
Friday 2nd September:
We arrived at the bus station just before 3am! And had a dilemma. The original plan was to spend the night in San Jose and take a bus tomorrow to Monteverde. The buses going there leave either at 6:30am or 2:30pm. Depending on how tired we were, we'd decided the night before.
Now however, we were thinking of just …
Thursday afternoon 7 other students and I boarded a public bus headed for Monteverde, Costa Rica. Our bus ride took almost 5 hours, the last 2 hours being down a thin dirt road that climbed up into the foggy mountains. It was also after dark so it was a relief when we arrived.
As we hopped off the public bus it was pouring outside, but …
4.30 start! I caught one of the regular buses into San Jose which lasts about 15 minutes and arrived at the bus station to find that my bus was on ´hora ingles´(English hour) i.e. on time! (We have the reputation for being very punctual here in Costa Rica! After a short nap I got chatting to a Swiss girl who was heading for Monteverde National Park …
We took a jeep-boat-jeep ride to Santa Elena and went out for lunch with some new friends after we booked into our hostel. While walking around town we saw a neat restaurant nearby, it had a huge tree growing in it. Looks like it attracts alot of attention, the restaurant does well.
the following day we went on a few nature hikes and a trail …
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