Hotel Tropico Latino

Address: Santa Teresa de Malpais, Santa Teresa, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Santa Teresa de Malpais, Santa Teresa.
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      Travel Blogs from Santa Teresa

      Life, living and then....

      A travel blog entry by bevin on Oct 29, 2013

      12 photos

      ... and was starting to get excited about spending more time with Norm.... One wonders why the timing on all this....

      Yes, hits harder the older one gets. Life just seems so fast and so short. And there's so much more to learn and enjoy and share!! Norm lived life fully and happily (at least from our perspective) and contributed so much to ensuring our forests were well managed. He left a great legacy and because he was so close to his girls, he will live truly live ...

      Pura Vida. Costa Rica #1

      A travel blog entry by kim_puravida on Aug 09, 2013

      35 photos

      ... My friends and family will know how much I fell in love with Costa Rica, the people and their way of life; not only was it the place which gave me the inspiration and determination to improve my Spanish, but without a doubt it was where I picked up my travelling bug. Ever since, it has been a dream of mine to take my twin sister back to where it all began, to share, in a cliché kind of way, one of the most life changing experiences I've ...

      Paradise

      A travel blog entry by andevs81 on Apr 08, 2013

      ... natural vibe for a beach village and so decided to try Santa Teresa, the road here was not paved, the bus bouncing on the dust and stones that paved the road. We arrived at 12 and it was seriously hot. The sea lay hidden behind the buildings and hedge to the side of the road, getting off the bus all we experienced was dust. We walked up the road to find hostel Brunela, an old spanish building - more of a ...

      Why I sometimes don't write blogs...

      A travel blog entry by maia on Mar 02, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... little room and walk up the epic mountain to my house - crashing into bed, too tired to eat even though I hadn't had food since 9am, and passing out at 1am

      (I didn't mention this but Vicky had had an emergency so she had asked me to run the Bed and Breakfast for three days while she was away... that meant getting up early and making breakfast for the guests.... The other thing that was going on was I had just found out that we could apply for some FUN ...

      Changing tyres, rehydrated soya & antibiotics...

      A travel blog entry by nifadventures on Jun 10, 2012

      1 comment

      ... things to cook for dinner. And it was pretty well received thankfully – given that both of us were slightly clueless… a take on Spag Bol: rehydrated soya mince, spicy sausage bulked up with loads of veg!

      I also learnt that I am quite good at Racing Demons (card game).

      Health wise, well I am have been sunburnt, obtained some good blisters from my flip flops and have several rather large mossie ...