Hotel Castanuelas

Esparza, Puntarenas, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Puntarenas

Puerto Chiapas Mexico and Puntarenas Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by rdavey


... offers. This afternoon we attended a hypnosis seminar and Mark actually went under so from a sceptic to a believer in one session. Later today he has an appointment with the acupuncturist so might make him a bit more receptive to that also. Next he will be doing the dance class woohoo! We have met some really nice people this trip and they seem more relaxed and less pushy than our previous trip. When we got back to our cabin tonight we had an invitation to the ...

My Humminbird Day

A travel blog entry by eljo_adventures


... in food each day, which equates to between 6,000 and 12,000 calories per
day. About 70% of this food comes in the form of liquefied sugar and the rest
from insect protein.

A hummingbird's diet consists of nectar, sap and insects. If insects are
available, a hummingbird may eat hundreds of them in one day, they may even raid
a ...

La Fortuna to Monteverde

A travel blog entry by bruceontour


... boat at 9 am. This wet weather was short lived as we waited for more people to arrive, the sun came out!

The hour’s trip across Lake Arenal felt like sailing in the Marlborough Sounds except this lake felt like it was a bit wider than ...

Litter, Litter Everywhere and Not a Spot to Drink

A travel blog entry by paulej4


... or two too many cocktails as a result. This is not karaoke but there are times that the crowd out-sings the entertainer. It is great fun.

One more thing; I had breakfast this morning with Michelle Murlin, last night's entertainment. Her show was great last night and the company this morning was delightful. Over our desayuno, we shared stories of Broadway, road companies, LloydWebber, trumpet players and more. ...

Monteverde Cloud Forest

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc


... colones ($25) each for a privately guided night hike of about two hours. We headed out just before sunset, quickly spotting three giant rodents who eat like squirrels. I can't remember the species’ name. As darkness set in over the forest, we saw a family of raccoons with our flashlights and watched them for several minutes. Our guide later pointed out numerous insects, spiders, birds, and even a big tarantula! We had ...


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