Rancho Oropendola

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

    Blog entry from Casey

    A travel blog entry by marksmb on Jun 17, 2014

    Costa Rica has been a wonderful experience so far! The Green Forest school is unique and different from what I'm used to back home, but the kids are great and I love working with them. I wish I spoke Spanish though so I could communicate better with the teachers and the younger students. I have been working with the fifth graders ...

    Back home

    A travel blog entry by joshtollman on Jun 08, 2014

    Woke up and packed my bags after a shower. Spoke to sim for the first time in a week and then left to go to the airport. Had to pay airport tax and then bought some souvenirs on the other side of customs. I then bumped into one of the girls who was on my program which was good. Had a Cinnabon and an American burger before getting on the four hour plane to Washington. Saw Rita Ora and the. Had a 2 hour delay at Washington then arrived in Heathrow the next ...

    Back to Allajuella

    A travel blog entry by joshtollman on Jun 07, 2014

    Woke up and got ready for leaving. I said my goodbyes to everyone and got Austin's number and address. I then crossed the river to get a taxi which dropped me off at a bus station. It wasn't right and I had no idea where I was so I took the taxi to Nicora and then took the bus from there back to San Jose. From there I then got the bus to allujuella. Arrived at the hostel and ...

    Camp

    A travel blog entry by joshtollman on Jun 06, 2014

    Woke up and had to clear out grass outside the camp. We then had to find wood and dig shovel sized holes in the ground to make pillars to stop the water breaking onto the camp and weaken the waves. We then chilled and had breakfast and then I helped with a hatchery duty nearer lunch time after a small surf when it was rough. I then helped collect has tanks from the river and picked up 3 new people. 2 Costa Ricans doing ...

    Why to travel, why to live.

    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Mar 07, 2014

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    ... by doing a nature hike through the mountains. There were a few hikes described in leaflets by our hostel, and we chose the longest and most difficult - the high mountain pass. It was a 5 hour hike, and the instructions, we found, were pretty dated. Old roads had disappeared, new ones went off in different directions, land marks had changed. And so we got a little lost. After walking for a bit over two hours we had no idea where we were and decided, let's go a little further up this ...