Hotel Villas Vilma

La Fortuna, Province of Alajuela, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from La Fortuna

What We Learn . . .

A travel blog entry by jfshannon


I realize that moving through countries unfamiliar is a means of learning about other peoples and cultures. However, perhaps even more pertinent, is that it is a way of learning about those we love best - our traveling companions - occasionally our traveling adversaries!  Take Nadeige, for example. She's always talked in her sleep. We are …

Torinian account

A travel blog entry by jfshannon

Day two of the costa rican adventure.

Torin here, we just got back from: walking, shopping, eating, walking, walking, walking and walking some more. It was soooo fun. We headed down from our hotel into town and looked at some shops, my sister bought a beer shirt (she seems to have a strange interest in beer or "cerveza" as the locals call …

Volcano Arenal and the tanagers

A travel blog entry by joegoldston


We spent the morning birding in the Childrens Eternal Rainforest and had some great looks at the Emerald Toucanets again; but the highlight was a pair of male Long Tailed Manakins that were sitting on a branch together practicing their courtship songs(they do this). These are little wren sized birds that are dark blue with powder blue wings and a …

Our cabaña and awesome hike to the crater lagoon

A travel blog entry by globalshepherds


... to pick a meat, we asked if we could get a combination plate and they agreed. I think we got more than the usual share because the cook came out to ask us if he had put too much food on our plate. I told him not to worry, that we would eat it all.

Brian did as evidenced in the picture. He not only ate his plate but a fourth of mine. I also got a smoothie of a fruit they call guarana which tastes a lot like the Mexican guanabana ...

Around the volcano

A travel blog entry by andreatravels


... it was a tiny village but its population has exploded with the tourists who come to see the volcano. There are some great restaurants, ice cream and coffee shops, plenty of souvenirs, and a post office where we bought postcard stamps. Our meeting point after lunch was the park in front of the church.

After lunch we drove to Arenal National Park for ...

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