Otro Lado Lodge and Restaurant

Address: Santa Teresa, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | 3 star hotel
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      A travel blog entry by connyb143 on Nov 17, 2014

      Aufstehen und frühstücken im leichten Regen.
      Ein wenig am Pool gechillt, Espresso und Milchshake getrunken damit die Zeit vergeht.
      Mittags dann ein wenig im Ort herum spatziert und dann war chillen am Strand angesagt.Wieder mal einen fetten Leguan mit der Cam verfolgt und Andi hat entspannt sein Buch gelesen. Richtig angenehm bei der …

      Abenteuerliche Quadtour

      A travel blog entry by connyb143 on Nov 16, 2014

      Nach dem Frühstück um 10 Uhr ein Quad gemietet und damit nach Montezuma gedüst. Ein Abenteuer sondergleichen auf diesen argen Straßen ohne Beschilderung, ohne Asphalt dafür aber mit Schlaglöchern, Steinen und Wasserlöchern! 1. Stopp bei den Cascada Wasserfällen und das war echt genial. Aufstieg zum Wasserfall durch das felsige Flussbett Schuhe …

      Adventure on the West Coast of Costa Rica

      A travel blog entry by shannond on May 11, 2014

      26 photos

      ... bar for. Shortly after though, the bar got crowded with locals as a soccer match was on between the top two teams in the country. The bar got rowdy with the diehard soccer fans!
      And now, unfortunately, this is the end of Costa Rica... for now. It's a beautiful country and I highly recommend it to anyone. This is the first country I've revisited in all my backpacking travels and will definitely go back again one day. Until next time, as the Costa Ricans say "Pura Vida," which means pure ...

      Pura Vida - Santa Teresa!

      A travel blog entry by carlyandjosh on Nov 18, 2013

      1 comment, 27 photos

      ... My pancakes were unreal (they had grated lime in them) and my iced coffee was the best I've had since leaving Australia - made with locally grown organic coffee of course :)

      After a short drive we were finally in Cabo Blanco Absolute Nature Reserve, home to sloths, tapirs, coati, agouti, whales and dolphins. This nature reserve was the first protected area to be proclaimed in Costa Rica, and it also encompasses the significant marine ...

      The Beach at the End of the World

      A travel blog entry by tombeaumont on Jun 25, 2013

      2 comments, 22 photos

      ... amounts of grey green water at low tide, which reached
      out to the sea where waves broke ferociously. To the right was a tiny wooded
      island with the remains of a chapel just visible in the greenery, whilst on the
      beach was the huge bleached white skeleton of a fallen tree on which a flock of
      massive black vultures perched. Being fabulously British, we marched on in,
      laid out towels, and got sunbathing.

      The next day we had to leave the beach ...