Hotel Posada Playa Tortuga

Address: Playa Tortuga, Osa, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Playa Tortuga

Friday Night and Saturday, June 21

A travel blog entry by kristafreitag on Jun 21, 2014

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... our bungalow in the street. I was helping grill...which took much longer than it should have because we had to do a charcoal run since the bungalows had run out. We served grilled burgers, chips, guacamole, pineapple, and juice. It was great having everyone here! The McKeithen's (Pastor Payton, his wife, Julie, his son, Brooks, his daughter, Megan, and his foster daughter, Rauze) have a good thing going here. One of the best parts was when we were ...

Thursday, June 19

A travel blog entry by kristafreitag on Jun 19, 2014

... As a teacher, I wanted to see the schools. There are two "sections" of school daily. One group of kids go from 7:00 to 11:30 and another group 11:30 to 4:00. At this school, there are grades kinder through grade 6. It was very very hot, but they were super hospitable. They served us pineapple and watermelon (by the way the fruit here is amazing) and gave us some type of fruit juice. We were super tired by the time we were ...

Parque International La Amistad & Aqua Caliente

A travel blog entry by frubia on Jun 11, 2014

23 photos

... many colorful butterflies, sparkling streams and sweet wild-berries around. We enjoyed the beautiful forest, the vivid colors of nature, the silence and the fresh air.

On our way back we stopped for a short break. We were sitting in the shade under a tree. While eating cookies and drinking soda, we talked about life in Central America and Europe.

We continued ...

The Costa Rica Highlands

A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Dec 12, 2013

6 comments, 18 photos

... there talking. In the meantime he professed undying love for my machine and I urged him, in the presence of his wife, to buy one quickly before he got too old...

The other agroindustrial crop I had not mentioned was palm oil. I drove through huge plantations of the trees, and they gave their name to the tiny town of Nuevo Palmar, where I spent the night on the banks of the Rio Grande de Terr.

First day of building in Portrero Grande

A travel blog entry by tbuild2 on Oct 21, 2013

3 comments, 10 photos

... everything they've got. We finished 9 holes. Bad news was there was no water, but good news that no water meant that the kids were off school and able to visit with us. They loved playing hide and seek, and the train lines. We also met Juan Carlos. He is going to be one of the home owners. Juan Carlos worked all night at the pineapple plantation then put in a hard day of work with ...