Bahari Beach Bungalows

Address: Matapalo de Aquirre, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Matapalo de Aquirre, Province of Puntarenas.
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      Day 4 - Fulfillment

      A travel blog entry by tbcostarica2013 on Oct 03, 2013

      6 photos

      ... more like boulders), roots from nearby trees and animals (the largest frogs I've ever seen), we emerged successfully as the dream crusher (the measuring stick) validated the last holes' completion! Cheers could be heard for miles (kilometers)! Next we were off to the farewell celebration where we were taught how to make empanadas - some more successful than others. We played games with the kids, "talked" with the families and shared in some singing. It was ...

      Day 19

      A travel blog entry by jomole on Mar 01, 2012

      13 photos

      ... although there are shutters you can pull across. However, it is vented with openings in the gabled ceiling, so the shutters don't serve a lot of purpose and at the moment there is a cricket which sounds as if it is laughing somewhere above our bed!!! They advise not to use too many lights as it attracts the insects and to shake out the towels before we use them, so we had our supper in the dark! I hope we can get to sleep!
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      Prospero Ano Nuevo!

      A travel blog entry by gabrielles on Jan 09, 2011

      ... the lil guy a wee pet. No harm there, right? Later, Frank (the wonderful Canadian who owns and runs the farm) told us that it was poisonous, and his friend confirmed in Spanish ¨muy peligroso¨. Very dangerous. What would happen to us? Not much, only our lymph nodes would be sore for a day and we might have a headache. No more petting wild beasts for these girls.
      Living in the jungle, about 40 minutes from internet has ...

      Good Friday at the river/Saturday in Hermosa

      A travel blog entry by sunmoongoddess on Apr 14, 2009

      19 photos

      ... the way I talk, the people I hang out with, what I eat, the lack of modern appliances, no AC, the weather, the terrain, the way I get places (by foot, by bus, by hitching, by taxi) and we have no TV or access to a cell phone. Ok, truth be told, I have been watching Lost, and How I Met Your Mother on line here, but that is the ONLY TV I have watched. I picked those two cause they are my favorite drama, and ...

      ICCCR workshop

      A travel blog entry by sunmoongoddess on Mar 31, 2009

      31 photos

      ... trusts, ecovillages, communes, survivalist retreats, kibbutzim, ashrams and housing cooperatives. Typically, new members of an intentional community are selected by the community's existing membership, rather than by real-estate agents or land owners (if the land is not owned collectively by the community). Though intentional communities do not claim to be utopias in the sense of perfect places, many ...