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Puntarenas, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Puntarenas

Travel Day to Monteverde and rodeo...

A travel blog entry by vincethepince on May 01, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... bus we has was nice by chicken bus standards and the guy sitting behind he was only carrying a some chairs for kids and a oscillating fan so it wasn't so bad. I even managed to have a rest me du jour. The ride to the boarder was about an hour. We were told this boarder could be a little exciting so we were prepared. I spent the last few cordobas we had on Oreos and pop at a small shop before we crossed. Going through immigration on the Nicaraguan side was a bit long ...

Puntarenas - sooo hot

A travel blog entry by dougo on Apr 08, 2014

2 comments, 46 photos

... 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 ...

Cloud forest fun

A travel blog entry by wsbyama on Jan 06, 2014

21 photos

... weren't enjoying the muddy and wet weather.
- Ficus trail. A few hundred metres from town is a small trail through some massive ficus trees, big enough to climb inside and up.
- Cerro Amigos. A few km from town and about 1:30-2hours walk up this hill to the tv towers atop. Great views of the valley and the Pacific Ocean from the top. Go early as the clouds always seem to roll in in the early arvo and the views were already getting bad as we started the walk ...

A Special Day on the Isle of Tortuga

A travel blog entry by skelly1981 on Oct 12, 2013

30 photos

... 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 ...

I'm like a bird

A travel blog entry by andyandott on May 29, 2013

3 photos

... to this Quetzal. After a minute or two Ricardo spotted one, then two, then three. Luckily he had brought along a wildlife telescope and he set it up so we could see the birds high up in the trees. And they certainly lived up to their names, lovely bright blues and reds and a lovely long tail. Ricardo seemed more excited to see them than we did; recording every siting into his mobile phone. '29 May, 10.48, juvenile male resplendent quetzal seen and heard.' A bit ...

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