Cahuita National Park Hotel

Cahuita, Province of Limon, Costa Rica | Hotel
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The Good The Bad and The Ugly

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We were awakened at 6 am again this morning to the bright
sunshine pouring through the bungalow
windows. Well they aren’t really windows
but more like huge square holes with screens on them! Which is pretty nice since there is no Air
Conditioning and you need the breeze at night to sleep comfortably. Rick was …

Rain Forest Carribbean again

A travel blog entry by pilgrim143


Here we are back on the South Caribbean Coast. Its been very wet down here with lots of floods and I toyed with changing our plans but it is our gateway to Panama. It is a little drier here but we arrived in a tropical storm and our original accommodation choice (Albys Lodge with Cabanas in a nice garden)was not on as it hadn't fully dried out and …

The way back begins via Cahuita

A travel blog entry by pilgrim143


So our meander back begins. Up early for the internal Panamanian flight to Changuinola & for the first time ever an airline will not give us 2 weight allowances for our shared bag - so beware of Aeroperlas as it cost me $22. Still the flight was fine and a short taxi ride to the Costa Rican border to once again give Liz the hairy crossing of the …

Found the perfect place.......

A travel blog entry by jessapril2014


... morning we met another young
couple on the beach with there 4 year old daughter.... From San jose, they played making roads in the sand and covering each other in it. Was pretty nice to see them Happy - Luc's amigo!!!!Its hot today, not sure how hot but no clouds means for a very hot day. Our laundry just arrived fresh and folded and we may head to a surfing competion that is in Punta Uva this afternoon.
Got a pot of black beans on ...

"Slowly I turned..."

A travel blog entry by steve_julie


... doing like playing a bagpipe or running with the bulls. Okay, they don't do that, but their bones are a little bit flexible which allows them to survive falls from say, the top of a live electrical tower? But because of their flexibility, broken bones require steel plates and screws to heal - they move under a cast.

Feeding time. Now we are truly in zookeeper fantasy camp. We will be walking into sloth cages and giving them their food. Oh no, ...

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This hotel, located in Cahuita, is near Tortuguero National Park (Parque Nacional Tortuguero).
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