Costa del Sol Restaurante & Hotel

Address: Puerto Caldera, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
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        Puerto Caldera Costa Rica

        A travel blog entry by forsterb on Apr 18, 2015

        1 comment

        Costa Rica is a great country. Tourists are their greatest source of income here. Over 2,000,000 tourists visit Costa Rica a year and spend over two (2) BILLION dollars. The tourist trade is still ahead of coffee and pineapples that they export, but they're still not ahead of the dollars generated from high-tech – one example, Intel employs over ...

        On the road Monteverde

        A travel blog entry by lysebrooks on Apr 06, 2015

        3 comments, 4 photos

        Last night after our supper, we had salsa dancing lessons! Lots of laughs! Today we're driving to Monteverde Cloud Forest. Today we travelled to see the Arenal volcano that last erupted in 2010. The top was partially covered by low clouds. Afterwards, we transferred by boat to get to the other side of Lake Arenal. Lots of Aninghas, Egrets, Herons, Swallows, Ospreys...Weather has been perfect, sunny with cloudy periods, nice breeze. Our lunch stop was at a local ...

        The Cloud Forest

        A travel blog entry by steveclark on Dec 30, 2014

        You may think as as were travelling and have no reason be get out of bed everyday that we may make the most of lying in. This hasn't happened once yet. Today we were up at 5:30am ready for the earliest bus to The Monteverde Cloud Forest reserve. We left at 6:15am for the opening at 7am. We set off for a walk around the park. Being a cloud forest, it rarely doesn't rain. So we got pretty soaked walking round. This was the densest forest we'd been ...

        Mi Clase es Muy Defícil Pero... I'm Hanging!

        A travel blog entry by amelisheva on Jul 17, 2014

        2 photos

        ... them correctly to form sentences. So far, I'm doing okay but I'm worried I might be in over my head next week with a new class so instead of doing the touristy weekend trips, I'm one of few staying behind to explore the area and study, study, study! Yesterday, cooking class was awesome. Much better than the Flamingo campus as it was more organized with more space, it was funny with the head cook yelling at us each time we spoke English.... "No más ingles!! ...

        Bridges, ATVs and Bachata

        A travel blog entry by deni367 on Apr 23, 2014

        9 photos

        We arrived after our not so "jeep-boat-jeep" dropped us off at our hostel. Armed with our amazingly helpful map from the guy at the reception, we were ready to make some decisions about what we should do in the area. Fortunately none of us were too keen on doing the famous Tarzan swing and zip lining across the canopies. That really seemed like just an activity that happens to be in a beautiful place, but it is not what Monteverde is about. The bridges in the canopies is what ...