Hotel Portobello

Address: Puntarenas, Province of Puntarenas, 5400, Costa Rica | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Puntarenas

Day 39 - Christmas

A travel blog entry by bigred1 on Dec 25, 2014

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After a lie in to nurse some hangovers we met at the supermarket to pick up some food for a picnic. We decided to spend Christmas Day at the beach. This was my 1st time spending Christmas in a different country and it couldn't of been more different. While the food couldn't touch my mum's Christmas dinner, the weather certainly could. It was a lovely summer's day, the sand was fine and the sea was like a bath. Because we were in a bay, the sea ...

Day 13 - Corcovado National Park

A travel blog entry by bigred1 on Nov 29, 2014

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... them. We made the big mistake of trying to kill them, apparently that's the worse thing you could do!!! When army ants are killed they give off a scent that just attracts more of them and boy can those f*ckers bite. We had to make a hasty retreat to the veranda and just wait for them to leave. Around midnight we returned to the room and tried to get some sleep, which wasn't easy when you kept imagining them crawling over your face when you are ...

Cayman Spotting

A travel blog entry by kate9miller on Nov 24, 2014

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... took Vicky, Jason and I on a photo trail. We first went to the collectivo stop where there are some bushes with purple flowers (similar to Butterfly bushes at home) that attract a variety of butterfly's and hummingbirds. The hummingbirds are particularly difficult to take a good picture of as they move so quickly!

We then made our way down the trail to the ...

Birding and beyond

A travel blog entry by vandna on Nov 02, 2014

... saw another hummingbird poke his head in the garden, and bought 2 fabric quetzal ornaments. We dabbed it to Santa Elena town, where we then entered an orchid museum and were instructed by an apparently expatriated gringa on how to identify an orchid's structure (petals and sepals) and what we needed to know about its function (using color to lure insects to spread pollen without even producing nectar for them in exchange, a trick that ...

Hiking and Zip Lining at Arenal Volcano Park

A travel blog entry by leahflores on Jul 17, 2014

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... the beginning, but as long as you just look straight and not down, you'll be OK. I was amazed with some of the members in our group -- there was a little boy (4 yrs old) and I never heard him cry or whine at all despite the long walks, uphill climb and the swaying bridges - he was just going along with it - so I guess we couldn't complain.

We ended up in a look out to see the rumbling, steaming Arenal Volcano - ...

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