Hotel Las Brisas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Las Brisas Puntarenas
Good value for money backs onto the beach
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... a strike by the coconut workers. The police rode past us on motorcycles and eventually the road was cleared and you could see the workers standing over to the side. It was unfortunate to see that the police were dressed in flak jackets. Got to the ferry landing and went and bought the tickets and got our things unloaded. Johnny had said he had a friend who had just left his bags right where the passenger stairs began. We had ...
... 2 sloths and a baby, lots of sleeping birds, tarantula, and snakes. Today was action packed. First thing this morning we did another nature walk through the cloud forest. Then we did ziplining. Ziplining was invented in Costa Rica and we did a line which was 1.5 km. long, over the forest. We did a series of lines and we were out for about 3 hours. The final one was an Extreme Tarzan Leap. You actually walk way out on a ...
... While Gabriel drove, Christian talked about Costa Rica's banana trade, coffee trade, education, property values and religion. In Costa Rica you can get 10 bananas for US$1, but a Subway sub will cost in the region of US$22. Ignore claims about Columbian or Brazilian coffee, Costa Rica's coffee is the best in the world (apparently). Education is highly valued, unlike in neighbouring Nicaragua and Panama. It's possible to get a good sized 3-bed house for US$80k. ...
Tuesday was an early 4:30am start to do another Turtle Patrol. We didn't see any adult turtles laying this time, but we did have some that had hatched at our hatchery which we measured and then released into the sea which is always nice. The rest of the day was spent doing a morning and afternoon butterfly survey and having a games night in the ...
Sundays are our free days so I took the collectivo for the 1.5 hour drive into Puerto Jimenez (the nearest main town) with Alex and 3 of the other volunteers. Got some treats (Granola, chocolate, nuts and jam) and had a nice lunch (my first meat of the week - I ...