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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    Travel Blogs from Province of Puntarenas

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    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Feb 24, 2014

    8 photos

    ... the yoga teacher played bongos. This is probably starting to sound a bit whacky, but there was a much joy in this dancing and singing. It was amazing to express so much joy and energy through song and dance in a big group. I totally see how cults could feel pretty good. After this joyous prayer, we moved onto a more solemn and serious prayer. We all sat on the ground while the teacher played a piano type thing, all singing the Tibetan prayer "om mani padme hum". It felt ...

    Day 6 Finally!!

    A travel blog entry by misterwilborn on Jun 12, 2013

    126 photos

    ... out where you should step. It’s a bit sketchy the first time for me, but the rush of the jump quickly makes me forget about the challenges of the ascent and I scramble up for another try.

    Eventually, the fun must end. The guides disconnect the ropes and we all head back to the changing area, gearing back up for the horse ride back. Since we are going uphill, we are able to trot much faster back to the eating area. Lunch is typical Costa Rican again. ...

    Uvita and the hospital...

    A travel blog entry by slougeay on Jun 29, 2010

    34 photos

    ... gets hurt. They were playing on the pool handrail and Brody slipped off and whacked his cabeza on the stairs (see movie below). He cut the back of his head open and we had to go to the hospital. The hotel manager actually got in our car, drove us there and stayed to help us through the process. Obviously, that would never happen in the US. Brody got 2 stitches. ...

    "Farmstay" Flop

    A travel blog entry by lindseyhehman on Jan 31, 2010

    9 comments, 8 photos

    ... round for 20 hours a week. Eat with family or cook for yourself. Clothes can be provided. Smoking permitted outdoors and moderate alcohol use OK. Near town and frequent buses. Learn Spanish. Own room but no insurance.

    The most important information, price, is exchanged at roughly 12$ a day per person, and Andy and I reply with our acceptance, arrival date, and lots of exclamation points so they can work us into their "schedule." Woowee, farmstay!

    The Start of Something Special

    A travel blog entry by kim_puravida on Jul 22, 2009

    16 photos

    ... clothed, completely drenched and so waddled all the way back to the house! Once we had returned we waited in the garden seating area for Carlos' family to have dinner and leave the house for us to stay in for 2 weeks (incredibly generous and nice of them, as we didn't want to intrude.)

    Our first night there was incredible, it was pitched black and silent apart from the lights and sounds of the amazing fireflies! I could feel loads of insects flying around me though and ...