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Manzanillo, Province of Limon, Costa Rica | Hotel
 

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Onto another town...

A travel blog entry by gkmadventures

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... I was impressed. I also added that if he allowed us to stay there at that price we would stay two night instead of leaving the next day to Bocas Del Toro. We of course knew we'd be staying 2 more nights anyway but it was worth a shot. The next morning I received an email back saying he'd honor the $35 price. Bartering at its finest :) The next morning we woke up and took a long bike ride to Cocales beach it was beautiful. The water got bluer and bluer as we went along. ...

Going to see Manzanillo

A travel blog entry by eljo_adventures

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... to there destination. They spoke English but you could tell they were tourist too. This is the first time in my life that I have stop for hitch hikers.Some people might think I have gone nuts but I just did. We dropped them of in the Beginning of the Manzanillo village at the Beach it was very crowded for us .

Ellie and I ...

Chocolate and coffee

A travel blog entry by jessapril2014

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... sun today. The weekend has been overcast with lots of clouds.... which has called for some cooler days. Its been very nice though. They say we have been very spoilt with the weather this side. Normally its very wet all the time, and the ocean very high.
Lots of surfers where out yesterday. Its calling for some good waves this week I think. Dan may go for a hike with a guy called Ashley. Hes moved here with his family for at least a year. They have ...

Yet More Wildlife!

A travel blog entry by cookcorn

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... very knowledgeable and able to spot the tiniest thing. Whilst we’ve managed to tick off many of the mammals there were a few more snakes and frogs missing of the boy’s 'collection’. Tino came up with the goods – more poison dart frogs, vine snakes and the an eyelash pit viper (at this point I refer you back to Steve Bagshaw and the Deadly 60). Jack being braver than the rest of us was more than willing to let Tino put a ...

Puerto Viejo de Talamanca (PV)

A travel blog entry by elbuscador

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... get the "tents" at about $8.00 US (4,000c) / night. They have rooms, tents, and hammocks!... but they are all under "Roofs" so no danger from the rain etc. The tents are actually like private little rooms with a tent mattress that seems comfortable enough. I will find out tonight.

Interesting thing, Nicolas turned out to be cook from Arizona and we went to the local market, got stuff and then he prepared some kind of pasta dish ...

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