Casa Valeria

Nicoya, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Nicoya

    Zumba, Zip-lining, and Zits

    A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Jun 24, 2014

    5 comments, 39 photos

    ... thunder and see the lightening. Thank god we weren't close to any metal or up high or anything... NOT! I was a little nervous but we were really close to the end. It was an awesome trip.


    I biked home in the pouring rain to grab dry Zumba clothes and then went to eat wings at the bar Arriba, where I met MORE of Bambi's friends... EVERYONE is best friends with Bambi... They are all gorgeous too... One guy named gato has perfect moreno ...

    First few weeks of voluntary work.

    A travel blog entry by marinaa on Jan 24, 2014

    ... all the sewer water from the toilets (hence the name 'shitmachine' ) and kitchen water. From this terrible, disgusting and certainly smelly water gas is extracted. I still don't know how exactly that works but the gas comes out of the poop from the sewer water. This gas will be used in the kitchen to power the stove. The other part of the Biogarden is truly a garden. Or it will be a garden. In this garden the water will be purified, this way we can use it to water the trees ...

    Costa Rica - east to west

    A travel blog entry by panamericalandy on Dec 19, 2012

    1 comment, 40 photos

    ... or Friendship) whose territory runs
    over into neighbouring Costa Rica. It was green and lush, and why? Because
    there was plenty of rain along the way. Seems the official rainy season is yet
    to end. But we noticed it was a great deal cooler on the Caribbean coast albeit
    still seriously humid. We made a brief stop in the unappealing port town of Puerto
    Amirante which acts as a marine terminal for coastal shipping in the region and
    a ferry terminal for ...

    Tamarindo and turtle eggs

    A travel blog entry by pdh61 on Nov 16, 2012

    7 photos

    ... this is the one phrase in Spanish i can remember). A short walk along the beach and he shows us turtle nests, some with egg shell pieces scattered around, nests have been destroyed by dogs and human poachers. He shows us areas where nests have been recently dug and S with her Spanish extracts all sorts of turtle fact from him. Leatherback turtles are the rarest and largest species of turtle. They will most likely become extinct ...

    Sometimes everything is the same

    A travel blog entry by crfunapalooza on Jun 09, 2012

    3 comments, 26 photos

    Today was a day that reminded us of all the things we loved last time we were here. Dave and I woke up this morning and (please don't find this braggy or pretentious--we JUST started like 2 weeks ago) ran to the house where we stayed last time and back to the new house (3 miles, if you're counting). It was fab to see the old haunt, though the new owners have made it less pretty, and we recently realized that ...