Hotel Villas Vilma

Address: La Fortuna, Province of Alajuela, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel, located in La Fortuna, is near Doka Estate Coffee Tour.
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      Travel Blogs from La Fortuna

      Seriously CPI... Seriously?!

      A travel blog entry by amelisheva on Jul 23, 2014

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      ... tried to introduce me as being at a higher level (pshh, whatever!) funny intros aside, this new class is around 20 or so pages behind me... That's more than a week behind where I left off with my last teacher. No big deal yet, I could always use some extra practice, esp with all those irregular verbs and whatever new vocabulary she wants to cover. I get through class with a breeze and make tons of conversation... It's amazing what can happen when ...

      Overnight Boat trip to Monteverde Cloud Forest

      A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on May 12, 2014

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      ... went during low tourist season. We walked on these long bridges by ourselves. We only crossed paths with a couple once in a while. That was pretty nice.

      The next day we arranged for a guided tour of the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve. Our guide was an endearing and enthusiastic Tico named Christian. Christian had grown up in the town and would recount his childhood experiences just hanging out in the forest. He has been ...

      Costa Rica: You Can Forget About The Shoestring

      A travel blog entry by doove on Apr 13, 2014

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      ... went to some waterfalls , which you can jump off, and were again really good, although slightly soured when had to pay another entrance fee, despite asking the woman if there was a way in for free (which there was, but she straight up lied). There were 3 jumps, the last 2 being particularly high, and have caused a few locals to die.

      It took me a LONG time to finally jump (and I only did the middle 15 metre one). I wanted someone to go before me, but naturally people ...

      Majestic Volcan Arenal

      A travel blog entry by pathube on Feb 22, 2014

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      ... and were lucky to catch the fair that night. There was some kind of a rodeo going on (which we arrived too late for), there were also rides for kids, street food and beer being sold all around the fair, and a big dance floor to go dance on to Costa Rican music. That dance floor was full of locals, all measuring no more than 5 feet tall, allowing Phil and I to get quite a few looks when we started demonstrating our dance moves! Being 2 ...

      Day 7 - going into Arenal volcano

      A travel blog entry by lovejezelle on Jan 12, 2014

      ... our trek to Arenal Volcano. The unfortunate thing is that we were told that all the hot springs are owned privately, so we had to pay to get into them. I guess we were hoping for a nature's own hot springs. We ate at Que Rico, I've been eating lots of sea foods here so thats a good thing! Then we went back to Los Lagos and paid $15 to get in. The crocodile farm that they hyped about turned out to be two adult crocodiles behind a cage and a baby ...