La Posada Hotel

San Ramon, Province of Alajuela, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from San Ramon

Home Comforts

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts

4

... in, for the five week expedition), but also get a taste of Tico family life. Upon arrival I was whisked to one of the tastiest lunches I've had in ages at 'Cafe Delicious', which lived up to it's name. This was followed by a whistlestop visit to the town of Grecia, to see the beautiful brick red metal church with gingerbread trimming, which was strangely built in Belgium and shipped over in 1887. ...

Technical Problems & Ziplining

A travel blog entry by torihamilton

9

... when they attached you to the wire from harnesses at your chest and waist and send you hurling face first down the line. And the area's tallest Tarzan swing, which is like a combination of bungee jumping and swinging from side to side Tarzan-style. I am embarrassed to say that I screamed like a sissy girl...practically until my feet were back on the ground. Not a big fan of anything that drops you, so I don't think I'd ever do that again. But ...

Day two

A travel blog entry by bot989

8

... instructions and we are off. The road out of the Plantation is really rough but we make it to the main highway with no problem. The road out of San Jose is really good. Unfortunatley it ends very quickly and we go to a very narrow two lane road which to our benifit has just been repaved. There are no lines painted on the road and it is crowned up to where there is virtually no shoulder. To make it even more interesting, we will ...

Flipping the Tortilla

A travel blog entry by bob_and_lana

15

... were perfect ambassadors for Costa Rica, which is reputed to be one of the happiest countries in the world. After the dances, the child that accompanied each of us upon arrival found us again, grabbed our hand, and took us for a tour of their school. It was impressive with beautiful murals of the Costa Rican country side painted on many of the exterior walls. The children were clearly very proud.

The young lady who accompanied Bob spoke excellent English, ...

Embraced by the Rain Forest

A travel blog entry by bob_and_lana

2
7

... Socrates tree. It’s a tree that has the ability to "walk" about the floor of the forest, just as Socrates was said to walk while teaching his students. The tree has the ability to move short distances to a spot with better access to the sunlight. It does this by slowly bending in the direction of travel until it is almost on the ground, then it will put out new roots from the tree stem, and the old roots decay, so that they no ...

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