Cabinas Sanchez

Centro, Sixaola, Province of Limon, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Location

This hotel is located on Centro, Sixaola.
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Travel Blogs from Sixaola

The adventure goes on to the end...

A travel blog entry by windstrutter on Apr 29, 2014

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... new to them. I asked f I could visit their village and after accepting us, Daniel came in his kayuca and collected me and showed me around the 'desperate' place he calls home. The children have been moreorless deserted by their parents, the grandma is in one house and was sitting in a plastic hammock,half alive chickens were running around,just. We waded through mud to see the school which had pride of place on a grassy knoll surrounded by pristine jungle. ...

Saving the world

A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Apr 01, 2014

33 photos

... rich beautiful compost. In the case of a compost toilet over a hole, once it's full you move the toilet seat system to a new hole and plant your trees/veggies/whatever direct over the old one. It requires no water, and don't worry, there's no smell. In the time that Sam and I were at Maya Point, the local community decided to embrace the idea of the composting loo. After seeing how well it worked, Omar, one of the MP employees, and a well respected farmer on ...

Bocas paradise

A travel blog entry by mcdermk7 on Feb 08, 2014

31 photos

... idea with Jen's travel sickness) and Kathy was tucked in at the back. Everyone was then ordered to put on lifejackets...this had not happened on our previous two trips! Anyway off we went and the first five minutes were fine until we hit proper open water and the waves started. The front of the boat was pretty much an extended roller coaster! Let's just say, Michele with a broken coccyx and Jen with her tummy in her mouth, didn't enjoy that one!! Jen and Kathy decided ...

Panama in 11 days

A travel blog entry by hastie_gringo on Dec 12, 2013

2 comments, 8 photos

... time before a costa rica rendezvous with family we decide to toss a coin. 2 mountain towns Santa fe and Boquete. And the winner is.....

Boquete!
We didnt actually toss a coin in the end. We used good judgment, sound advice and a list of potential activities we might want to do to come to an excellent decision. Trouble is on the bus there from a town called David (where we overnight, managing to get in a bowl of seafood soup that strongly resembles the burley I used to ...

Bocas Del Toro

A travel blog entry by kezzah16 on Nov 14, 2013

3 photos

... unbelievable. We spent the whole afternoon there until the boat came back to pick us up and take us to the restaurant for our lunch. After lunch, which was really nice local food, we headed back to the hotel as the tour was coming to an end. In the evening we headed out for a few drinks at one of the travellers bar called iguanas. It played typical gringo music and was a good night not to ...