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

Lessons of Hojancha

A travel blog entry by smilk09 on Mar 31, 2014

... and spiders and scorpions) in your house
6. Plans? Reservations? What are those?
7. Europeans and smoking go together like spaghetti and meatballs
8. Don't flush the toilet paper
9. Don't rely on the bus schedule
10. Air conditioning is not necessary to survive
11. Sand at the beach is hot. Do not go to the water without flip flops or you will have to run across ...

Beach Day!

A travel blog entry by yfcprojectserve on Jul 14, 2013

6 comments

... coming week and hoping for more great weather! We are all settled in at Fresia and Randel's home. Guys are in tents and girls have a cool dorm area just off the hous Kaitlyn says: One word to sum up today is amazing! Everything from the sun, water, and the events of today. Evan and I were baptized today in the ocean! Everyone here has helped me grow stronger in my faith and has shown me what it is like to have God first in ...

81-82: My Costa Rican Birthday

A travel blog entry by blondesontour on Apr 26, 2013

5 photos

... I carried on and a minute later turned around to see where Zack was and saw him 4 metres above me completely distracted by the tuna haha. We did a pretty good mapping job but didn't make it all the way round the pinnacle. Because I at least got to 28m I thought it would be better to be conservative with our air and so we started to go back to the mooring line (there's a new mooring at supresa too now!) on 1,500 PSI (half a tank). Even thought it was fairly easy ...

26-27: 40m, The last deep dive!

A travel blog entry by blondesontour on Mar 02, 2013

8 photos

... to have to try and not get it wrong again/stop apologising for every little thing like usual! Next was my search and recovery. This time we were doing the jackstay search, which is probably the most complicated but I think it's my favourite. It's actually pretty easy after Martin tweaked us a few times for some small things like making sure the rope line we used was taut. I also found the item he dropped, yay!! So that made me happy. I then had to re-do my knots under the water, my ...

Costa Rica Trip

A travel blog entry by jeastty on Feb 24, 2013

2 comments, 28 photos

... br>
Monday-Thursday: Service, beaches and waterfalls with the Easlers in Coco and Liberia.

Friday-Saturday: Return trip from San Jose to Panama.

Much of my time was spent in Spanish when I was with Willi and his family. It was excellent practice to be in a near completely Spanish environment and be forced to speak and understand. I went out in service with the only sister who met for preaching on Friday and we found ...