Hotel Villas Colibri

Address: Barrio San Jose, Alajuela, Province of Alajuela, 506, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Alajuela

Hasta la vista

A travel blog entry by madkath on Aug 14, 2015

... she gives us a fast track card so we avoid all the long queues through immigration and security, bags rechecked we head to the sky train and our gate for our 2nd flight to Chicago, so far so good, but, there's a delay on our next flight........35 minutes which means we only have 50 minutes to meet our next flight connection, let's hope the pilot puts his foot down and makes up some time. While we wait for our flight we have ...

Mishaps and sunburns

A travel blog entry by abbeyholley on Jan 19, 2015

1 comment, 2 photos

... called Secretos. It was lots of fun and we were out till about 3:30 in the morning. Which would normally be fine except we had to wake up at 5:30 to leave for the USAC field trip to Trotuga Island. Needless to say I was quite exhausted when I awoke to pack for my trip that morning and by accident I grabbed two bathing suit bottoms and no top. Luckily one of the other girls had a sports bra that ...

Ah, the end of a most fabulous trip

A travel blog entry by christim on Jan 09, 2015

17 photos

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Return to Manos Abiertas, Service-Learning, 2014

A travel blog entry by dball on Sep 08, 2014

1 comment, 26 photos

... though. I thought that the process of wrapping the pipes was going to be to hard, but they proved me wrong by using stickers. I learned that perfection means nothing; it’s the joy that someone gets from doing something that matters. I was worried about frustration levels and it turns out I had it all wrong. I learned from the residents that on first glance we under estimated how much ...

June 20

A travel blog entry by aliciaslocomb on Jun 20, 2014

10 photos

... region. This woman, used to big US cities, moved to a region with no electricity, running water, or indoor plumbing. Her husband first worked as a "peon" on a farm, but became one of the first bird guides in the area as the region opened up to more gringos. Dona Patrice was one of the founders of CASEM, helping women like Dona Nery, who appeared at her door physically beaten and unable to speak or look her in the eye, to a woman who expanded CASEM ...