Hotel Aserradero

Address: 200 metros Norte del cruce de los semaforos, Liberia, Province of Guanacaste, 58-5000, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 200 metros Norte del cruce de los semaforos, Liberia.
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    Travel Blogs from Liberia

    Searching for testicles

    A travel blog entry by katie.gundersen on Aug 17, 2015

    ... removing the first descended testicle quite easily and efficiently. He made another incision closer to the penis and searched for the other one. It was difficult to find and the patient kept waking up from anesthesia (making my job much harder). After searching and searching, he finally found it! I was amazed! He removed that testicle as well and then closed that incision. I took the dog to recovery where ...

    Guanacaste bound

    A travel blog entry by ctillery on Mar 23, 2015

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    ... honored it except when the active "roadway" was so rough as to threaten to tear out your axles or was right next to active construction equipment. So . . . our speed varied from standstill to 80 kph and it took us well over an hour to go that last 31 miles. Dusty, bumpy, and often bumper to bumper.

    We were thrilled to arrive at the Best Western Las Espuelas Hotel, a rather dusty outpost below a newly constructed overpass which was, thankfully, not ...

    Good comes with the bad

    A travel blog entry by amzellen on Sep 14, 2014

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    ... excavations the smell had got even worse so Sam and Helen dug a huge hole and somehow managed to bury it. Sad times. In the evening we went for a walk into the next village as it was Costa Rica's Independence Day. It was about a 15/20 min walk which doesn't sound much but when it's 30C at 6:30 in the evening with I presume as much humidity as there can be, this is not a desired walk. The local thing to do was to hitch hike down ...

    Blogging to be continued...

    A travel blog entry by hcasaintsmt2014 on Jan 09, 2014


    Hola from....well from Texas. This is Sean and I have been asked by my Wife Julie, who might I say has been having such a blessed time with each of your daughters, to let you all know that everything is going great in Costa Rica but unfortunately due to some rain activity last night, the church WI-FI has gone out. From what I was told they had an amazing day yesterday feeding the community and building ...


    A travel blog entry by mikeandnat on Jul 25, 2013

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    ... of us riding around the island on a moped, which I enjoyed, until Nat tried driving a decided to career straight towards a local on a push bike, despite having a whole road to aim for, typically of the Nico's the local just laughed and laughed, and no doubt told the story to his family later that day of the crazy girl gringo with the helmet over her eyes! Final stop in Nicaragua was San Juan del Sur, a touristy surf town, where we again bumped into the Irish duo we ...