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Travel Blogs from Puntarenas

Puntarenas - sooo hot

A travel blog entry by dougo

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... get directions and see what was happening on shore when the ropes would be let go.










We saw a man on a large balcony about a deck above us and I asked how long before they sail, point at my wrist watch and making a motion about sailing. He held up one hand - 5pm they sail.










We watched with amusement the comings and goings, the people walking around the Promenade ...

Santa Elena Village

A travel blog entry by eljo_adventures

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... which was very good.

Ellie went down to the garden and got me lemon grass so I can make tea with it. Later she want and pick lemon and oranges/ grapefruits.
Later that day we walked down the road where this woman made homemade Cheese. I bought 1Kg of cheese which is 2.5 Lbs. I ate the cheese in 2 days. So I went back and order another 1 Kg of cheese, the cheese is so good ...

Staying in the Costa Rican Rainforest

A travel blog entry by jeffwright

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... which is a Costa Rican meal with salad, beans, rice, chicken, and limeade.

Next time, when we have more dough to drop, we will return to Monteverde and do what tourists are supposed to do there: explore the rainforest and go ziplining.

After three nights in Monteverde, we caught a series of buses to the Nicaraguan border, and then to San Juan del Sur, a Nicaraguan beach town on the Pacific Ocean.
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A Special Day on the Isle of Tortuga

A travel blog entry by skelly1981

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... banana-shaped thing that held 5-6 people straddling the length of the banana. The float was towed by a motor boat. The faster the motor boat went, the more likely the banana would tip and riders would end up in the water. The riders were having a great time bouncing along the waves.

Too soon, we were gathered again on the catamaran and heading back to ...

Costa Rica - Just a Little closer to Heaven

A travel blog entry by carolsegal

After we disembarked from the ship, we were picked up by a car and driver and taken for a remarkable glimpse of this lush, tropical country. Ruth was our driver, and Exon was our guide. Ruth is an excellent driver, and Exon has a great love of nature. Our first stop was just off a dirt road off the highway. Wild capuchin ...

 

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