La Carolina Lodge

Address: San Miguel, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel is located on San Miguel, Province of Guanacaste.
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    Travel Blogs from Province of Guanacaste

    On the road Monteverde

    A travel blog entry by lysebrooks on Apr 06, 2015

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... OAT listens to the recommendations of its local guides to provide these unique opportunities. Our talk today was about the indigenous people of Costa Rica. Less than 2% of the population is indigenous and most of them live on reservations. Some groups still speak their own language and continue with their farming traditions. On our way we stopped at a Costa Rican aeolian park - wind turbines. We stopped to experience standing under a wind turbine! It was also a ...

    Hitting the Roads in CR!

    A travel blog entry by nabeards on Feb 12, 2015

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... and I couldn't maintain the forward momentum. The SUV slid backward at an angle. I backed up slightly and tried again, keeping my eye on the tiny curb protecting me from the abyss. But I just slid on the same boulder as before, and the SUV slid backward at more of an angle. I backed up again, but stopped after just a quick moment, realizing there was a six-foot ditch to my left. So once again, I accelerated forward, focusing this time on the actual road surface I was aiming to ...

    Birding and beyond

    A travel blog entry by vandna on Nov 02, 2014

    ... of the flower. We ran into Herbert again at the herpetarium, where is passion for reptile and amphibious curiosities was again more than infectious. He gave us a brief lecture on the differences between salamanders and caecilians and how to distinguish vipers and corals from their non-poisonous look-alikes. As we followed him through rooms with about 20 glass cases, he would stop occasionally at one, unlock it, and pull out its resident ...


    A travel blog entry by lightnerjohnson on Jun 01, 2014

    6 comments, 7 photos

    It has been a month of many changes for us here. The weather has slowly been shifting over from the dry season to the rainy season. We can no longer count on sunny blue skies day after day. It will frequently cloud up in the afternoon and we will have long hard rainstorms that send mud flowing through the streets. We have been trying to get in the habit of bringing raincoats with us when we leave the house, and getting the laundry out to dry is ...


    A travel blog entry by cathonaventure on Apr 25, 2014

    32 photos

    ... belief that Nicaragua has a lower crime rate than other Central American countries. And because we had entered territory loyal to the Sandinistas, Dan was constantly being cheered on by signs on poles and cliffs and billboards: “Vive Daniel!”(The signs were, of course, for the other Danny, Daniel Ortega). That first northern stretch few vehicles passed us (perhaps partly because of the Semana Santa—Easter Week—holiday). The valley got hotter as we ...