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

DAY 21. PUNTARENAS

A travel blog entry by piperwg on Oct 05, 2014

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We drifted quietly into Puntarenas, Costa Rica around 5AM after a slow trip down the coast from Nicaragua where high swell prevented use of tenders. But what a great day was ready for us here. We linked up with Jimmy :Pic 1 (thanks Kelly & Dave) and headed off in his new Mercedes mini bus. The day could have been oppressive but since it was overcast we found the tropical climate nearly pleasant. First stop was a beach park used by locals as a family day to ...

Visitors!

A travel blog entry by lightnerjohnson on May 12, 2014

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... of the male Replendant Quetzel and also got to hear and see the Three Wattled Bellbird! It was an extra treat to have them with us to celebrate Todd's birthday. We had a delicious dinner out and cake and ice cream back at our house. They also got a tour of the girls' school and a hike on one of the trails to see some of the forest restoration projects they are doing there. An added bonus was that a big festival was going on in town to raise funds for ...

Puerto Chiapas Mexico and Puntarenas Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by rdavey on Apr 26, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... I have forgotten then their 4th largest export is coffee. The next leg of our tour was on a river boat in a national park from which we saw crocodiles up close and some bird life. Then on to some fruit tasting and a souvenir shop and on the bus to comeback to the port. Our guide was very informative and told us all about their education system, health care, pension etc she also said they have approximately 500 people over the age of 100. So all the beans and ...

The Ferry to Montezuma

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on Feb 27, 2014

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... your journey to Cobano where you change to a local bus to take you down to Montezuma.

The Ferry ride:
You get off the bus and walk onto the ferry. Your luggage stays on the bus and that is the nice part for us. You can sit inside or out and this time we chose to sit inside so that Laura could prop her foot up for the journey. An additional bonus on this trip........a ride on the ascensor to the passenger level of the ferry. Ascensor is ...

ALL the activities

A travel blog entry by nellems on Jan 26, 2014

4 comments, 14 photos

... bend and sway it would snap so this is fine, don't hold onto the edges because it makes you feel more wobbly, enjoy what you can see because you are in the canopy of a forest, how often will that ever happen! Keep your eyes on the path, because if you are lucky you might see a highly venomous striped palm pit viper, only 1 meter away. Hold on tight when it comes to the 157m long bridge, when there are too many people on this bridge it tends to sway a ...

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