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

Bocas brings us more islands!

A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Nov 18, 2014

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... what he'd already said. It was funny and interesting. A short walk around town after breakfast and we had seen it all. We decided to head off to Red Frog island the next day via a snorkelling boat trip with the added pro ice of seeing sloths. We had a delicious fish cooked island style in coconut milk and tasted some local beers, all while looking at a bunch of lovely islands. We returned to the waterfront bars in the evening for happy hour cocktails and ...

Day Out with the Hideaway People

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Jun 14, 2014

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... back to Bocas town. We watched the sea for a bit, waves crashing into the small bay below our terrace, before having our pre-ordered dinner. We were still full from the huge plate we had had at lunchtime, but ate as much as we could.

We were due to go on a Turtle Nesting Tour in the evening but it was canceled because the sea was too high. It's being moved to tomorrow so fingers crossed the sea calms down a bit.
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Bocas del Toro Paradise

A travel blog entry by gkmadventures on May 11, 2014

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We left Puerto Viejo at 8:30am on a bus to Sixcoula which bordered Panama. Once we got off the bus we walked to customs to get our passports stamped saying we were exiting Costa Rica. Once we got the stamp we walked across an old railroad bridge. For about 200yards we weren't in any country. Stamped out of Costa and not yet stamped into Panama. There were police on both sides. Once we got to the Panama side we got little stickers saying we were in Panama. ...

One More Day

A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on Apr 11, 2014

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... Pepe and Andrew who will be with us till our next destination: Costa Rica. Under a tropical downpour of biblical proportions that greets our departure from this island that is almost impossible to leave once you've set foot on it, we leave Bastimentos to reluctantly return to the mainland where we’ll have to find a way to reach the border. The Jaguar greets us from the dock: who knows, maybe in the future we will be back in this special place. If only just to spend another day here and nothing more.
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A Hostel Situation

A travel blog entry by thespeck on Mar 14, 2013

... year battle that included a pre-authorized build, shady contractors, an illegal opening, and peaked at a community meeting where locals stood up for the lodge and pushed the local and national government to legalize their existence. As Patrick was talking it occurred to me that EVERYTHING here at the lodge had been carried up the trail we had taken. While I could see building materials coming up piece by piece, bags of cement, ...