Hotel Playa Bonita

Address: 500 East Playa Bonita, Puerto Limon, Province of Limon, 329-1100, Costa Rica | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 500 East Playa Bonita, Puerto Limon, is near Puerto Viejo Beach, Reef Runner Divers, and Kekoldi Indigenous Reserve.
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      Travel Blogs from Puerto Limon

      We're on the train!

      A travel blog entry by jobloor on Feb 08, 2015

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... and gives us lots of information about Costa Rica and the flora and fauna. And we are lucky, we see a Cayman, sloths, beautiful iridescent blue butterflies, little blue herons, white egrets, howler monkeys, kingfishers and vultures. The boats are low on the water with a canopy and bucket seats, so very comfortable and there is quite a cool breeze on the water. The canal itself is a natural one, widen and dredged to maintain it, set inside a ...

      Tested in Costa Rica

      A travel blog entry by cathonaventure on Apr 30, 2014

      32 photos

      ... were faring in their tents.

      I liked riding in the warm rain the first day. Rain gear was pointless in the humidity. We got red mud all over our tires and bikes and legs like true mountain bikers. The birds didn't mind either—yellow-breasted ones and little black ones with scarlet backs zipped back and forth across our road, while a black and white patterned one (perhaps a Black and White Warbler) perched on a twig. From the bike I could ...

      Howler Monkeys and Birds

      A travel blog entry by lottyh on Jan 08, 2014

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... slowly
      drifted through the clearings in the canal. Thrice more, we saw a
      different grouping of Howler monkeys, and the Capuchin monkeys were
      leaping amongst the great mass of foliage.


      ``The bananas here are wild, and not
      edible for human consumption,`` said Jardin while grabbing a banana
      from a nearby tree. He peeled, and broke the fruit into half, and
      handed it to us with the black seeds exposed. ``You see those
      ...

      Cloud Forest

      A travel blog entry by bargreenwood on Nov 12, 2013

      2 photos

      ... with a glimpse of Arenal through the cloud, we drove round the lake Arenal on paved but windy roads. The lake is man made and the largest in Costa Rica and used to produce HEP which with geothermal energy provide 95% of the country's power.
      Monteverde itself has an interesting history because it was formed as a community by the Quakers in about 1950. Costa Rica had abolished its armed forces in 1948 and Quakers from USA moved here ...

      The port

      A travel blog entry by klynch35313 on May 28, 2013

      7 photos

      ... but I was able to get a good idea of the process. The ship had three 40 ton cranes but they normally only lift loads of around 25 tonnes. The containers are firmly attached to the deck and to each other to make sure they remain stable if seas are rough. The next two nights I'm staying in a hotel a bit inland from here which has a huge swimming pool so hoping to make the most of ...