Nidia Lodge

Address: PO Box 99-5655, Monteverde, Province of Limon, 5655, Costa Rica | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on PO Box 99-5655, Monteverde.
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      Hola Costa Rica

      A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Jan 18, 2015

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      ... in their stores. Nonetheless, it felt so good to have a cooked meal by ourselves again even though it was such a simple one. But we needed to carb load with some solid hiking in mind for the next few days. We get back into our room, put the tv onto the only english channel and crash out pretty quick. Best moment: seeing and talking with both sets of parentals Worst moment: waiting at Costa Rica's border immigration Banana moment: Aaron being poo'd on by a bird for the 3rd time this trip ...

      Ziplining

      A travel blog entry by vandna on Nov 03, 2014

      ... uncertainty heightened my senses, These senses: Positional Vibrational Temperature Sight Sound With the thrill of all this, I must explain that there is also a very practical reason to go ziplining - and that is that it is really the best way to appreciate the expanse of the rainforest and the only way to witness the top layer. Ok, there may be other ways, such a a low-flying helicopter, but really now.. There were 14 or 15 ...

      Week 18: Boquete, Panama & Costa Rica

      A travel blog entry by mitchandsally on Aug 04, 2014

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      ... that have been rescued mainly from the side of the road. We then rode back and stopped off at another couple of beaches for a swim on the way. Early the next morning we were back on the bus, heading to San Jose to then change for a bus to Monteverde (a 12 hour travel day!). Monteverde and Santa Elena are small towns surrounded by cloud forests, which they are famous for. We stayed in a hostel lodge in town but which was set back from the road in ...

      The cloud forest

      A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Apr 28, 2014

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      ... miles. After about an hour on the road, we stopped at a shopping centre. It was amazing! An ATM which accepted MasterCard - and have USD as well as local Colones. Free toilets. And a McDonald's! My first of the trip. And the smallest children's meal I've ever had! Oh and a supermarket - great bus snacks! And back on the road. We are heading up to the cloud forest in Monteverde. It was certainly very cloudy. And rainy. Heading higher and higher around the winding ...

      The Cloud Forest on a Sunny Day

      A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Mar 12, 2014

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      ... decent. So we caught the 8:30am bus up to the reserve, and started one of my favourite days of the trip so far. Santa Elena is beautiful. It's flora and fauna are quite different from those in Monteverde, as these two mountains straddle the continental divide. So Monteverde is affected by the weather coming from the Pacific, while Santa Elena is affected by the weather coming in from the Caribbean. But both reserves appear the same to the untrained eye. Because ...