Hotel Malinche

Quepos, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by kathyjamietrip


Wednesday was a travel day from St. Elena to Quepos onthe Pacific ocean side.We left behind the cool green hills and the continental divide to descend into the hot humid lower coastal regions. Along the way we spotted turkey vultures flying with prey in their claws soaring over the green hills. We also saw the very many different ways that Costa …

Hot and Humid

A travel blog entry by jennykelly

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We thanked the staff of Shanlati Cabinas for preparing a special breakfast for us and left at a good time to get to the border of Panama and Costa Rica early. By 9am we were at Immigration with lots of willing agents wanting to help us through the Customs and Immigration process. We were sorry to inform them that we did not need …

Unexpected Days..The Best Kind When Travelling

A travel blog entry by tarveras

... next day, Mindy and I took surf lessons from a local surfer..sooo much fun! He taught me a lot, and I was able to get a feel for my board more. It was like my feet and my board were melded as one, and I began to understand how to use my feet more to control the board. Ive never experienced any feeling as exhilarating as the one I get when surfing!! Such a rush!

That afternoon, we decided to move on from Dominical and head ...

Sweet water...

A travel blog entry by windstrutter


... glass of local wine. Nice afternoon. Met French - canadian couple from Chiapas ,also in the bay. Less boats around down here. next day across the bay of Nicoya to Herradura, we anchored off and Tony went in to the super posh marina in our dinghy with his 3.5 hp engine, which was the smallest ever seen there i imagine, to get diesel, the dearest ever probably!
A nice sail 30nm to Quepos and we're both tired by ...

Life in the Jungle

A travel blog entry by skelly1981


... other side.

Back in the car we continued by many plantations of Palm trees, raised for palm oil, a major export for Costa Rica. The trees were huge, and placed on a grid pattern to allow machinery to move between the rows and columns. When we were right next to the seaside, the cliffs and views were spectacular. Costa Rica is very green and lush.

We traveled through Quepos, the ...


This hotel, located in Quepos, is near Iguana Tours, Rancho Savegre, Oceans Unlimited Scuba Diving, and Rancho Los Tucanes.
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