Hotel Matama

Playa Bonita, Puerto Limon, Province of Limon, Costa Rica | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by breadstickstu


... tourists to be ultra careful of. Our first visit was the monkeys. We stood outside their cage and watched the crazy 4-5 different types playing and jumping around the cage. There were so many orphaned babies in there. After a interesting introduction about the monkeys our volunteer said "ok we're going inside." I was quite shocked at first as I didn't know we got to do that. I was a little reluctant but Stuie was over the moon. Monkey's are his favourite!! Before ...

Howler Monkeys and Birds

A travel blog entry by lottyh


... with Nicaragua,`` Jardin continued to

``That tree is called the Calabash
tree. The green fruit that you see, is what we pick and dry, and
then later on make into Maracas``, as Jardin pointed to a tree on our
side. The fruit was big, and looked very hard.

``Can you eat them,`` Bert asked. `No,
you can`t. Inside is just pulp,`replied Jardin.

Suddenly, we saw some movement in
another ...

Day at Sea

A travel blog entry by cincy


... formal night. We hate to dress up, but we didn't want to miss the lobster dinner. It was good, but as soon as it was over, we went back to our cabins and changed back into our normal clothes.

We spent a little while in the casino, then went to the ventriloquist show. He had new material which was pretty funny but we were a little tired of hearing it.

After the show, Ron went back to the casino and the ladies to our cabins.

Day 6 - off to Cahuita

A travel blog entry by blondesontour


... putting it over her head. Basically I just smell awesome to her and she was sniffing it. She still looked ridiculous with it over her face though. After work I went to Cahuita with Sara and Jess. We basically just wandered around the shops (I got another anklet), and then went to Coco's for some yummy food and awesome cocktails. The bus was so packed on the way back that we had to stand right at the front and Jess was being ...

Costa Rica: Puerto Viejo

A travel blog entry by daria_juergen


Again we woke up at 5 am and walked to Santa Elena (3km). Firstly we had to take a bus to the capital city San Jose which took us 4 hours and then the next 4 hours bus forward to the beach.

Puerto Viejo de Talamanca is a popular tourist destination. It is known worldwide in the surfing community for the biggest and most powerful wave in Costa Rica, known as Salsa Brava. It is also home to beautiful beaches, such as Playa Chiquita, Playa Negra, and Punta Uva, which are a ...


This hotel, located on Playa Bonita, Puerto Limon, is near Puerto Viejo Beach, Reef Runner Divers, and Kekoldi Indigenous Reserve.
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