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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      Chilaxed Fin de Semaña

      A travel blog entry by amelisheva on Jul 20, 2014

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... to dance!! Miss you xoxoxo! Sunday was typical across nations.... Lots of chillin on the couch watching futbol. Of course in the States, it would be football, but the same concept otherwise. Eventually, I got restless and took a walk into town and just wandered..... Found a couple of language books that I think will help me with studying. Speaking of which, it rally need to stop blogging for tonight, head back to my host and get my homework done! I have class tomorrow!! ...

      Zipping Through the Cloud Forest

      A travel blog entry by rnespeca on May 27, 2014

      ... we only have 3 more nights and we will be leaving Costa Rica.  Wow does it go by fast.  However, I am also counting down in my head only 3 more nights till I get to see my love Courtney, Cash and D'Huez.  This will be my last post until I get back to Houston.  I hope you enjoyed my blogs, I love writing about the trip because it helps me remember all of my wonderful experiences.  Hasta Pronto.  PURA ...


      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 ...


      A travel blog entry by j9n on Feb 26, 2014


      ... the weekends are the most fun!

      Just a little extra Blerb before I go to bed.... after first writing this post I decided to take stock of what I had done thus far. I thought back to how everyone (professors etc.) kept saying "write as much as you can" before I left for my first independent field research. Well....I have blisters on my wrists (from rubbing on my laptop) ...

      2/1/14- The Rio Zapote

      A travel blog entry by j9n on Feb 03, 2014

      2 comments, 34 photos

      ... what else did I
      have to do for the day? So I packed my backpack with water, oranges and some
      sweet bread I had bought from the women’s farm stand on Friday, but as I was
      heading out the door Norma stopped me and took my arm leading me to the
      restaurant. She introduced me to her son
      Fabrico, who was visiting from San Ramone for the elections (on Sunday) and
      used to work as a Canopy Tour Guide, he spoke very ...