Albergue Isla Verde

Barrio San Bosco, Puerto Limon, Province of Limon, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Barrio San Bosco, Puerto Limon.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Limon

Rainy Puerto Limon, Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by howardstein on Dec 15, 2013

We could not get the tour we wanted to go white water rafting as it was full. Very unhappy Howard woke up to an improved state of mind and appreciation of what God served up this day. It poured for most of the day, but really poured buckets full. All the tours went ...


A travel blog entry by bargreenwood on Nov 09, 2013

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... one shanty town but apparently most of the population considered themselves middle class (lower middle or upper). Costa Rica is a stable democracy whose government abolished the armed forces in 1948 and used all the money saved on education and pension provisions. Hence even the smallest town has an elementary school and compulsory education from 6 to 15. Most stay at school until 18 unless at Technical High School which stops at 16. ...

Limon, Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by cincy on Oct 16, 2013

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... stop was to the Moin Reserve farm. We were greeted by workers at an animal rescue and rehabilitation center. They were carrying around sloths and telling us about them. Nancy actually held one of them. They care for the animals, which included monkeys, sloths, toucans, owls and other birds. They nurse them to health and get them ready to be released into their natural habitats.

We then made our way down to a boat ...

Exploring the Tortuguero Area and Turtle Nesting

A travel blog entry by austinke on Jul 23, 2013

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... of July off.

After leaving the school yard, we had an hour to explore the village of Tortuguero. There are no cars or motorcycles there – the "main street" is no more than 10 feet wide, with a fair number of tourist shops – souvenirs, handmade jewelry, snacks, drinks, etc. There were some guys set up with carts, and a machete, coconuts, and straws. For $2 (or, 1,000 colones) they would cut off the top of the coconut, put a straw in it, and you ...

Wild side

A travel blog entry by drmom on Apr 02, 2013

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... critters up close.

After we left the rescue center, we returned to Limon for some lunch. We also had some important must-do-in-Costa-Rica errands. One was to go to a grocery store to pick up Emily’s favorite Costa Rican candy, Yipy bars. The other was to head to Pops, a local ice cream chain. It’s the only place that I can get guanabana ice cream, plus their chocolate is excellent as well.


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