Hotel El Bosque

Address: Monteverde, Costa Rica, Monteverde, Province of Limon, Costa Rica | Hotel
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      Cloud forest - monteverde

      A travel blog entry by amzellen on Nov 08, 2014

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      ... basically. They had also recently introduced a cocoa plantation so they showed us how they make the chocolate too and I was good and restricted myself to smelling only :) Got back to the hotel around 4:30. Walked into town and bought some drinks as we were going to be going out tonight for some fun. Most of the group opted to do a night hike but a few of us stayed behind and went for dinner in a tree house ...

      Week 18: Boquete, Panama & Costa Rica

      A travel blog entry by mitchandsally on Aug 04, 2014

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      ... us to Puerto Viejo, a small town on the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica. It was another long day of travelling, particularly because we had to change buses at Bocas del Toro and again at the border. The border crossing was certainly an experience, though! About 15 minutes before reaching it we had to stop whilst bananas crossed the road (the area is full of banana plantations), and then at the border we had to walk across a rickety bridge for ...

      June 19

      A travel blog entry by aliciaslocomb on Jun 19, 2014

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      ... he would only want to do one week if it was a similar type of service trip, but if it was working with kids, he would of a full two weeks. We were so glad to hear that!!! And it was kind of fitting that we then spent the afternoon at Collegio, the 7th-12th grade public school in town where we were going to originally work for our entire project. Built in the 70s, the older buildings definitely show the wear of being an open air ...

      The cloud forest

      A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Apr 28, 2014

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      ... miles. After about an hour on the road, we stopped at a shopping centre. It was amazing! An ATM which accepted MasterCard - and have USD as well as local Colones. Free toilets. And a McDonald's! My first of the trip. And the smallest children's meal I've ever had! Oh and a supermarket - great bus snacks! And back on the road. We are heading up to the cloud forest in Monteverde. It was certainly very cloudy. And rainy. Heading higher and higher around the winding ...

      Still going strong.

      A travel blog entry by queenietord on Apr 17, 2014


      Hiya all. We have now left Panama and crossed over to Costa Rica. The border crossing was an absolute nightmare. We had to unload all the bags off into a room in absolute straight lines so a sniffer dog could access them all. Amazing how guilty you can be made to feel even when you are totally innocent. Then back locker loaded it was time to queue to get the passports stamped. After queueing for over 2 hours we got to the windows and the ...

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      Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve, Costa Rica