Casa Caletas Hotel

Punta Coyete en Guanacaste, Puntarenas, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Puntarenas

Monteverde Adrenaline Day

A travel blog entry by vincethepince on May 02, 2014

1 photo

... It felt like I was hanging upside down forever before I finally got hold of it and they winched me back up to the platform. After everyone from our group jumped, it was time for the gorge swing which Gina decided to do. For the swing they used the same platform as the bungy. The swing wasn't as big as the ones we did in the past but she still had lots of fun. Starving after our full morning of activities we returned to town for lunch. Gina wanted sushi ...

Puntarenas - sooo hot

A travel blog entry by dougo on Apr 08, 2014

2 comments, 46 photos

... get directions and see what was happening on shore when the ropes would be let go.

We saw a man on a large balcony about a deck above us and I asked how long before they sail, point at my wrist watch and making a motion about sailing. He held up one hand - 5pm they sail.

We watched with amusement the comings and goings, the people walking around the Promenade ...

Life on the Green Mountain- Monteverde, Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by lightnerjohnson on Jan 18, 2014

24 comments, 5 photos

... house, the girls completed their first week of school, and we have had some time to explore the area. Our house is just outside of Santa Elena, a busier, more touristy part of Monteverde, but also with most of the shopping and restaurant options. The front of our house sits on a very busy road, but we have a nice sunny backyard and terrace with views up into the hills and a horse pasture, and trees that attract wonderful birds. It ...

A Special Day on the Isle of Tortuga

A travel blog entry by skelly1981 on Oct 12, 2013

30 photos

... banana-shaped thing that held 5-6 people straddling the length of the banana. The float was towed by a motor boat. The faster the motor boat went, the more likely the banana would tip and riders would end up in the water. The riders were having a great time bouncing along the waves.

Too soon, we were gathered again on the catamaran and heading back to ...

I'm like a bird

A travel blog entry by andyandott on May 29, 2013

3 photos

... at spotting stuff. So we pay to have Ricardo, one of the employees of the reserve, take us into the forest. It turns out that his parents were one of the first quaker families to set up here in the 1950's. The quakers took exception to the military draft and so left the USA for a country with no standing army, Costa Rica. We are shown a 10 or 15 minute video on the reserve and how it came about, with the quakers originally buying it for agriculture and then ...