Hotel Tropico Latino

Santa Teresa de Malpais, Santa Teresa, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santa Teresa

Pura Vida - Santa Teresa!

A travel blog entry by carlyandjosh

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... home hidden in behind them. It feels like a very natural and isolated place. There are a quite a few people here, and a lot of American ex-pats too, mostly just surfing or learning to surf.

From all accounts Santa Teresa beach always has good surf and every time that we went to the beach this definitely seemed to be the case. We didn't do as much swimming as we first thought we would, as it was quite rocky (especially at low tide). We did find some ...

Standing on top of the world

A travel blog entry by robparkin

... how high 3820 meters is. starting from cloudbridge we embarked on the 12km hike to the base camp, enjoying the breathtaking scenery that I have come to call home here. once we got to a certain height, the rainforest gave way to a high alpine habitat of tough, hardy shrubs and some trees - it was absolutely mesmorising - all photos will be uploaded when i am back in the UK - the hike took us the best part of 9 hours, and safe to say we were exhausted. ...

Pura Vida in Santa Teresa, Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by dreams2reality

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... at the menu I realized how CRAZY the prices were in Costa Rica. I heard it was expensive but I didn’t expect it to be this expensive. For a sandwich or a hamburger it was around $8-11 US dollars, and if you decided to get chicken or a larger meal you could nearly double that. If you were to order any type of cocktail it was $7-9 US dollars and beer were around $3-4 US dollars. I couldn’t believe this, it was more expensive than being back in the States. And if ...

Casita del Sol - Before and After

A travel blog entry by maia

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... where you work, where you spend your time. Find your place.

When I walked into this run-down shack on the side of a mountain, overlooking the pacific ocean I knew it was my place, and with some love and energy I would make it into a beautiful space. It felt right, and the soul ...

Synchroni City

A travel blog entry by cedric.brehaut

... like a wolf. I walk to Chicken Joe’s – the best pollo in town – but I forgot that it closes on Tuesdays. My feet lead me to the Ginger Café – the home of delicious and enormous sandwiches. I spot a familiar and friendly face: Juan-Carlos is having a coffee. We chat about surfing and house hunting, and I ask him for tips on Spanish teachers. He raves about Adela who recently arrived from Spain and can be found at the corner of ...

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