Hotel Alajuela

Alajuela, Province of Alajuela, 4050, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Alajuela

Just like Home

A travel blog entry by eljo_adventures


... had a chicken taco and jalapeno poppers and to drink strawberry temple with lemon.

After supper we went back to the hotel because I had a bad rash .So Ellie decided to go for a walk to see what was around the area, so I decided to take a relaxing bath and just relax. It was fun to watch the airplane take off and then land from our window . Ellie came back and she said there was ...

Panama City to Costa Rica - good to great

A travel blog entry by jakedavis


... whiskey they served on the plane. :) THE GRINGO:  Before I start this part, a word about exchanging currently, dont do it at the airport if you dont have to. We found out when we arrived in Costa Rica that the exchange kiosk in Panama City ripped us off. We exchanged $60 US for 21,000 colon, which when we arrived in CS found out that was only about $42 US worth. O well. Anyway...Costa Rica. When you go through security and customs in Costa Rica you should have 2 ...

Alternative Adventures

A travel blog entry by ginenneandrob


... a mental image of breaking a land speed record and possibly a few bones while I psyched myself up for the volcano boarding. With only ever reaching a walking pace I managed to come out unscathed. Actually the most startling encounter was with the herd of mountain cattle which came and visited our campsite in the middle of the night.

Costa Rica is more lush and humid than Nicaragua. Over to Ginenne to ...

Mucho español

A travel blog entry by kemitch

... and I mumbled my way through the conversation and was even able to make him laugh! It was not a very significant convo or interaction from an outside perspective, but for me it was huge. Just by simply saying "hola" to someone who I was so scared to try and talk to and who I did not necessarily desire to try and talk with, especially after a tiring and challenging morning of trying to understand deep convos in Spanish , I was encouraged. I hope that I ...

Adventures Contradictions

A travel blog entry by nathan.guyer


Once you travel, it isn't hard to see why so many people fall in love with it. Once you go abroad and experience a new culture, lifestyle, places... once you experience a new world, it isn't hard to have fun, learn and meet new people. It isn't hard to catch the bug that keeps you wanting more. On the other hand, it is sometimes hard going back, saying goodbye to the adventure you've been living. It is hard to sit on your last night overseas, not knowing when the next ...


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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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