Guanacaste Hotel

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

    Revitalized, inspired, and enthused!

    A travel blog entry by j9n on Feb 20, 2014

    3 comments, 53 photos

    ... trail, then a narrower trail, then finally no trail at all. We
    stopped in various fields to count cattle or horses, most of which would crowd
    around us when Oscar whistled. We snagged oranges, sweet lemons, and mandarins
    off of trees as we passed by for a mid-morning snack.

    This was
    the most amazing horseback ride I have ever taken. Think of your typical trail
    ride, make it 3 times longer, on a horse with 10 ...

    Siempre Verde 2- Toucans and Innovation!

    A travel blog entry by j9n on Feb 20, 2014

    1 comment, 40 photos

    ... my hands, legs, arms and feet and make the stinging stop.

    I
    finished weeding at the same time that Ernesto pulled back in from his trip to
    town. I helped him and Oscar get the calf standing to give him his afternoon
    dose of medications. After this we took a break for lunch. Ernesto and I
    discussed innovation and opportunity. We made plans to host my food
    preservation workshop at Siempre Verde, he loved the idea and wanted to be ...

    1/20/14- Why did the sloth cross the road?

    A travel blog entry by j9n on Jan 21, 2014

    3 comments, 17 photos

    ... abruptly and indicated for me to get out, I followed him down a thin path
    into the jungle. Turns out it was not just jungle but rather a farm of mixed
    crops, oranges, mangos, plantains, pineapples and beans all intercropped
    together. We crossed a small stream and climbed a hill to a large orange tree
    surrounded by young plantain trees and beans. There were three men and a women
    sitting under the tree sheltered from ...

    Monkey business....

    A travel blog entry by josiejojo on Apr 09, 2012

    7 photos

    ... days here so we had to organise ourselves pretty quickly. We went to Gringo Pete's hostel as I'd heard he was pretty honest and reliable as far as giving you the info on the various tours around the place. There were so many and they certainly weren't cheap. I really wasn't bothered what we did, and left it up to Grace to decide what she wanted to do, secretly praying she didn't want to climb it...........lucky for me she wanted to visit Cano Negro ...

    Closer to the Volcano

    A travel blog entry by 3beansabroad on Jul 30, 2011

    1 photo

    ... lady came and started her work prepping the house for the next guests before 7:30. We found this funny because technically we had the house until 11 and we had told the manager we would be out by 9:30. Bernie the dog stopped by to say goodbye and was the happy recipient of the leftovers from our fridge.

    Our driver for today, Mainor, arrived right on time which was very nice. He came all the way from San Ramon which is pretty close to the San Jose ...