Hotel Tetey Lodge

Principal Street in the Orosi Valley, Orosi, Province of Cartago, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Principal Street in the Orosi Valley, Orosi, is near Safari Mangrove Tours.
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    Travel Blogs from Orosi

    Why to travel, why to live.

    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Mar 07, 2014

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    After the pacific coast, Orosi was a whole other world. We left Uvita at 2 in the afternoon. It was 38 degrees. The sun was bearing down on us, and I swear we were audibly sizzling in the heat. As our bus into the mountains steadily climbed, we became engulfed in clouds, and we began to shiver, ill equipped in our scant beach clothes. I watched out the window as the slick green of the coast (banana trees, hibiscus, palms) was replaced by the mossy, ferny green of the mountains.

    Pura Vida in Costa Rica

    A travel blog entry by kiri-ana on Nov 25, 2013

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    ... shame because one of the main things I wanted to do there was a hike up a smaller volcano (Cerro Chato) which has a lake at the top and great views of Arenal, but with the weather it wouldn't have been great, so I didn't get to do it. We did go to the natural hot springs though - actually twice because the first time it was pouring rain and we could only stay in for 5 mins because the rapids were too strong - but the second time was really nice: they're very relaxing and ...

    Two days of work and a scenic tour

    A travel blog entry by dharmawalk on Oct 09, 2013

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    Tuesday was our first day of work in our volunteer placements. On my van, Juvel the driver had all of us come in and tour each of the facilities as we were dropped off. The first stop was the orphanage. In Costa Rica you are "obligated" to call the police and report child abuse or neglect. When the children are picked up they are taken to this (type of) orphanage until the situation can be worked out with parents, the children can be adopted by a family member, or they stay in the ...

    Country Road

    A travel blog entry by sianm_jones on Jun 01, 2013

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    ... lunch in town before heading out to El Traphice.  El Traphice is a farm that grows coffee beans, cocoa and sugar cane.  We saw how everything was grown and how  the coffee was processed and how it was graded. We also had an opportunity to make chocolate and make candy and also to eat it. I enjoyed that very much. We also saw toucans and sloths as we walked around the farm. There was also an opportunity to travel on a traditional costa rican cart which ...


    A travel blog entry by mickangrace on May 09, 2013

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    ... in which you were sitting upright, 2 'superman' ziplines and one Tarzan swing in which is almost like a bungee jump but when you are close to the ground it grabs and swings you into the air, very fun but a bit scary!! Had a couple of drinks that night with the people from our hostel which wasn't the best idea for our 6am bus ride the next ...