Hotel Casa Turire

Address: Turrialba, Province of Cartago, Costa Rica | 4 star hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Turrialba

      Geen Izaru maar Isabel

      A travel blog entry by paulineenlex on Oct 17, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      Moeilijke keuze vandaag: gaan wij voor een natuurtocht rond Orosi of naar de vulkaan Irazu? Aan de ontbijttafel beslissen wij, het wordt de vulkaan. Dus geen afwijking van de route, maar eerst naar het hotel en daarna naar de vulkaan. Het rijdt voorspoedig, geen problemen met de auto, met de weg en voorgangers. Zelfs de TomTom gedraagt zich …

      From Quepos to Turrialba

      A travel blog entry by sallyjpatten on Sep 29, 2014

      An easy start to the day as all the other volunteers are spending the day prepping for the week ahead. First jobs to strip my bed and finish my bag packing, now all set and ready for my 9:30am bus to San Jose. I hate goodbyes, and me being the one to leave this time didn't make it any easier. It's odd that after only a few short weeks or days you can feel connected to people and emotional about farewells. A quick trip to the Quepos bus station and waiting for the bus. The ...

      Why to travel, why to live.

      A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Mar 07, 2014

      16 photos

      ... half a year, and the place was in need of some seriously TLC. This meant that about 85% of the work we did was machete work to clear paths and garden beds. Which we were happy to do, but we were a little bummed we weren't learning how to build earth sips, since that's what we came there to do. We did, however, learn how to make clay bricks (we were building a wood fire oven), and I learnt a bunch of local coking techniques from the site manager / mumma bear, Melissa. On our first ...

      Day 2

      A travel blog entry by bdostal on Dec 08, 2013

      1 comment, 22 photos

      ... flagged by la Policia to pull over on my way to the Park and asked for my passport. They were polite and sent me on my way. Then at the Park, a blind man approached me and, in very broken English, explained that it was his job to watch the parked cars for a small tip. I asked the park ranger and he said, yes that is his job. I had a 100 colon piece which he happily accepted and my car was right where ...

      Raleigh: Jungle Camp beckons

      A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Jun 23, 2013

      4 photos

      ... our camp. We wouldn't just be staying in tents however, as following demonstrations we put up basha hammocks and beds. A basha bed is made by building two tripods of bamboo and using a canvas hammock, threaded with more bamboo, to build a bed in between. Once tied together and with a mozzie net and waterproof tarp added over the top, it's suprisingly cosy and comfy! This was practice for our possible sleeping arrangements on our ...

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