Casa Caletas

Address: puerto coyote nandayure Guanacaste, Nicoya, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on puerto coyote nandayure Guanacaste, Nicoya.
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      ¡¿ Donde esta mi pasaporte?!

      A travel blog entry by amelisheva on Jul 10, 2014

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      ... my bag was not on my person was for yoga and it was only 5 feet from me at the school. Last place I remember seeing it was the bank, didn't recall seeing it while paying for lunch afterwards nor in the souvenir shop for sunglasses.... Hmmm, hopefully the banker enjoyed talking to me in my limited but proficient Spanish enough to call the school or someone else... It was my sheer blind trust that people are basically good that kept me from crying this ...

      First few weeks of voluntary work.

      A travel blog entry by marinaa on Jan 24, 2014

      ... in the end. The work here makes me feel useful, like I help the community even if it's just a tiny bit.
      Right now I've been in the park for three weeks, to tell everything I did in these three weeks would take me hours. Instead of doing that I'll tell the highlights, the things that impressed me most.

      The first project I did here was the Biogarden, or the 'shitmachine' as the volunteers like to call it. The Biogarden consist of two part. One part is a big tank where ...

      Today We Finally Take Our Hike...OR Do We?

      A travel blog entry by liebling on Sep 25, 2013

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      ... natural sauna, which was a small rustic building built over natural springs. It stunk a little from sulphur, but not too bad. We detoxed for a few minutes (I know, I should have made it a solid hour) & then headed to the mud bath, only to find that it was nothing more than a mud "bowl". We slapped the mud all over ourselves & had fun doing so with another tour group. Once it dried, there were showers to rinse off, glad ...

      56-57: My First Time Helping With a Refresher

      A travel blog entry by blondesontour on Apr 01, 2013

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      ... do is full mask flooding and clearing. Now anything with water in my mask or my nose surrounded by water are not my favourite things in the world, I also have a pretty bad cold so I'm either going to snot over everyone in the pool OR won't be able to blow enough air out of my nose to clear it. We went to Pure Vibes' pool first but discovered once we got in that it was so filled with **** that we couldn't even see a metre in front us, seriously worse visibility that the ocean. ...

      Volcanoes, Waterfalls, Hot Springs, Oh My!

      A travel blog entry by lauramitchell13 on Sep 19, 2012

      1 comment, 108 photos

      ... hike the base of Arenal, a fairly inactive composite cone volcano. We had expected it to be belching slightly but it has only been smoking for the past two years. Before we made it off the road to the guesthouse we are renting, we noticed some people on the side of the road with spotting scopes. I was hoping they were birders and there was something cool, but I got an even better surprise. A sloth!! I totally freaked and ran around the car a ...