Apartotel Obelisco

Address: Residencial Bosques de Dona Rosa, San Antonio De Belen, Province of Heredia, 40701, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Residencial Bosques de Dona Rosa, San Antonio De Belen.
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        Catching VD in Costa Rica

        A travel blog entry by pwong on Feb 14, 2015

        10 photos

        Who wants to catch VD? It's not something you would want to catch anywhere, let alone while you were traveling halfway around the World, in an exotic location. Of course, catching VD in Costa Rica actually ended up being a most welcome occurrence after the most convoluted flight itinerary possible to San Jose - a quick evening flight to Edmonton with a six-hour layover there before a red-eye to Houston, followed by yet another ...

        Frogs, Bats, and Bugs, Oh, My!

        A travel blog entry by carlitravels on Nov 01, 2014

        1 comment, 21 photos

        ... or European country have allowed their horses out in that terrain with such ****** footing with newbies on board. If anything went wrong it would be bad. But thankfully nothing did and everyone had a great time. The horses must be used to it, they were in great shape and handled the terrain like pros. They dropped us off back where we were staying and the guide herded the rest of the horses back to their farm by himself. Interestingly none of the horses had ...

        Completing the circle in Costa Rica

        A travel blog entry by swanning_around on May 29, 2014

        31 photos

        ... Rica has the most developed tourist infrastructure, Panama a diverse country with wilderness as well as the skyscrapers of Panama City, but Nicaragua is the most untouched, with the friendliest and most welcoming people, although visiting is not always as easy or as comfortable as the other 2 countries because the facilities and utilities are as yet under-developed. Something I found strange: Bananas are grown everywhere, in plantations and wild. However the bananas in Nicaragua ...

        Welcome to the Jungle

        A travel blog entry by rhea_ on Jul 17, 2013

        41 photos

        ... could not see what he was pointing at, but finally a camen came into view! A camen is a small crocodile and it was so amazing to see. He was very very still, not moving a muscle while we watched him. He obviously knew he had pretty good camouflage in the muddy water with branches about him! The driver moved the boat closer to him and decided to give him a prod with a stick - the camen moved so fast and with such power! Thankfully he moved away and wasn´t interested ...

        Pineapple farm

        A travel blog entry by klynch35313 on Jun 05, 2013

        19 photos

        ... over 1000 hectares of farmed land. I couldn't believe how big it is, it took us ages to drive around. I need to do some reading up about how it is all done so that it all comes together in my head. After the plant has been harvested (normally twice) it will be burnt which helps incorporate the organic matter into the soil plus controls flies. It got to 39 degrees with over 80% humidity it is insane!!! In the afternoon we had ...