Apartotel Maria Alexandra

Address: One block north of the Exotica Garden Center, San Rafael de Escazu, Province of San Jose, 1000, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel, located on One block north of the Exotica Garden Center, San Rafael de Escazu, is near Jade Museum (Museo Nacional del Jade), Parque Nacional Braulio Carrillo, Templo de la Musica, and Guanacaste Expeditions.
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      Funky Hostel

      A travel blog entry by mikael.bisby on Sep 18, 2014

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      ... at the hostel. He was a great guy with humour and passion for wildlife and nature, and eager to teach, plus he was a local and knew the animals Individually and named them himself so it was great for me because I was able to touch some of the nicer animals that he knew and felt very very computable. I will definitely request for him to take the group ...

      Into the heart of Costa Rica

      A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Dec 11, 2013

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      ... out projects to improve village life. The school opened onto a large green field in the center of the village. Gordon and his friends had built a little terrace behind some sinks at the school, to capture waste water and use it to grow things. It was in full use, sporting a banana tree and flowers. The walls of the school were still decorated with the paintings the kids (local and foreign) had drawn. ...

      First day of Kids Games!

      A travel blog entry by yfcprojectserve on Jul 08, 2013


      Hello! We are loving our time at the camp, and are mostly caught up on sleep. God is stretching us and it's so cool to see how He's working somewhere else in the world! Here is a brief summary of our day: It is light from about 5:00am-6:00pm every day here. So the day started early. This morning we got up, ate breakfast at 7:00, and had group devotions. There is a group of about 20 "Ticos", or Costa Rican youth working alongside us to help run Kids Games this week. Only a ...

      Settling in

      A travel blog entry by mickruddy on Apr 02, 2013

      5 photos

      ... model, drinking and meeting people. I still class it as cultural immersion...just of a different variety. Saturday night I had a few beers with Shirani (owner of the guesthouse I stayed in) and watched Costa Rica play the USA in a World Cup qualifier, it was a ridiculous match and virtually played in a snow storm (in USA). One thing is for sure the Costa Ricans are mad about football and when USA got the win in terrible conditions they were not happy about it! After the ...

      Flipping the Tortilla

      A travel blog entry by bob_and_lana on Jan 19, 2013

      15 photos

      ... up to eight years is available free of charge in Costa Rica and every child also gets one meal a day without charge while in school. School is not in session during January and February. Despite this, a group of children were present to give us a tour and demonstrate some native dances. As we stepped off our mini-bus a child grabbed each of our hands and led us to a seat in a large open-air courtyard. There they welcomed us by singing their national anthem, and then ...