Chalet Hibiscus

Cahuita, Province of Limon, Costa Rica | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Cahuita

Another day at the beach, how unfortunate

A travel blog entry by vincethepince


... They seem like a fun bunch, our new tour leader brought two bottles of Costa Rican rum to the meeting which always helps. After introductions and finishing the rum we headed into town for supper. I had fajitas which was probably the best meal at the restaurant. Gina had Thai curry that was a fluorescent green colour and looked totally unappealing but tasted ok. We didn't go out afterwards as I was tired and Gina is still fighting a cold. An early bed again would do us some ...

Exploring the village

A travel blog entry by eljo_adventures


... right off today with the initials EJ shaved into her head. I like my hair cut and it keeps her cool.

While we were walking back to our cottage rental, we noticed this Yoga company that was abandoned. Well, you know us with abandoned properties. We love to explore them. Well, this was no difference. We wondered on in and took tons of pictures and video. The place was ...

Day 51- Retreat to the Caribbean

A travel blog entry by millhousers


... outdated. The upholstered furniture in the lounge was something that I might have found in my great-grandmother’s house. Everything was damp. The staff, mostly Israelis, was with few exceptions, unfriendly. They roamed around like zombies, a particularly striking contrast to the normally super-friendly, effervescent Costa Ricans. In the lobby, I could hear the dogs from the pet hotel barking like crazy. Throughout the ...

Cheeky monkeys

A travel blog entry by cgavin


... a bit hungry. Luckily we found a coconut tree leaning low enough over the water that one could be knocked down. Sweet... With my Tayrona experience this coconut never had a chance. Just a I removed the last piece of husk and was just about pierce the nut for some sweet coconut juice, out from the bush popped Mario, a national park ranger. Mario informed me that it was in fact illegal to pick and eat coconuts from the park. ...

Saying Goodbye, Forever?

A travel blog entry by blondesontour


... I could have stayed forever, I loved the work and obviously loved the sloths. I know I'm good with them, I know that I'm good at the veterinary stuff even when I've had no training. And now I know I'll probably never see them again. I went in to say bye to Piphany, I love all of the sloths but I've always adored her. It sounds ridiculous but it was almost like she knew I was going, she was really agitated and kept trying to hold on to me, it was literally ...

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