Cabinas Sanchez

Address: Centro, Sixaola, Province of Limon, Costa Rica | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Centro, Sixaola.
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Travel Blogs from Sixaola

In the bull's mouth

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Nov 06, 2014

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... Fruit company in the early 20th century. We are staying in a traditional house right next to a colourful park - Parque Simon Bolivar. We dropped our bags, then went out for a walk. The Main Street was wide and touristy - cafes, restaurants, juice stands, supermarkets and dive shops. We bought some falafel pitta breads from one of the food stands - $5 and really tasty! Then went to book some trips for the following couple of days. For the rest of ...

Central America's Phi Phi Islands

A travel blog entry by wenna on Jun 11, 2014

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... American couple who had moved there a year ago and everything was organic and done on a small scale, it was really great. The guy knew his stuff about all the plants and wildlife as well and we saw bullet ants (huge ants that have the most painful sting, worse than a bullet), tasted some termites (surprisingly tasty, like oregano) and saw another sloth. The local dog was so cute following us everywhere and it was great to taste the cocoa ...

Off to Panama

A travel blog entry by vincethepince on May 09, 2014

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... last of our Colones at the convenience store. I only had a few coins I found in a pocket left over so I got some water for the road. Back at the hotel we checked out and squeezed into a couple of vans for the 45 minute drive to the boarder. We were supposed to take the public bus but it would have taken 3 hours so our tour leader made arrangements with one of his friends in Puerto Viejo to take us directly in his van which was way ...

Saving the world

A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Apr 01, 2014

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Bocas del Toro is a land of contrasts. The small island archipelago off the northern Caribbean coast of Panama is the second largest income generator in the country (Panama city being the largest), yet the level of poverty here is enormous. That's because most of the hotels, restaurants, supermarkets, tour companies, etc are owned by foreigners. The money you spend here never actually trickles down to the people who live here. In fact, the currency here is the US ...

Bocas Del Toro! - Day 1

A travel blog entry by sharissajj on Feb 26, 2014

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On our first set of days off from volunteering, we decided to head to the beach, aka Bocas Del Toro. We had heard from quite a few people that the main island, Isla Colón, was the central partying place, so we opted to stay on Isla Bastimentos, a quieter island a couple of minutes away from Colón. Our friend Aaron who we had met at Lost and Found was headed that way as well so we all travelled together. Erich, Aaron, and I left L&F around 9 ...