Refugio Paraiso

Santa Teresa, Province of Puntarenas, 637-1200, Costa Rica | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Santa Teresa

The quest to find La Marta

A travel blog entry by greenhousevt


When the ranger at Tapanti National Park told me last week about La Marta, his intonation and body language changed ever so slightly. "Que bonito," he kept repeating; "how beautiful." This coming from a man who's worked some 15+ years in the country's national parks. Toucans and monkeys. Maybe quetzals? (The most glorious bird in the country, some …

Pura Vida - Santa Teresa!

A travel blog entry by carlyandjosh


... was all sorted. It was fun to use some of the locally available ingredients. So many delicious avocados, paw paw, bananas, plantains, choyote and limes, all really fresh and cheap! We found ourselves making a lot of meals similar to those that we had eaten in Guatemala at Quina's house.

When we didn't feel like cooking there were excellent restaurants everywhere in the town and within easy walking distance. We found a great local burger place ...

Listen to the ‘Soul of the World’

A travel blog entry by maldo421


... a vessel, a body, for his Love to shine through. You need not be a monk or some spiritual guru for him to use you. All you must do, is do as the birds – maneuver effortlessly along the current He provides.

Your readership, support, and prayers transcend time and space. I feel the love and encouragement whenever fear, doubt, or uncertainty attacks.

Bless God, Bless Yourself, Bless Others.

In Love and Healing,


Pura Vida in Santa Teresa, Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by dreams2reality


... hostel back up to the Red Frog Villas for the remainder of my stay I was more than welcome. I jumped at that opportunity because she let me have my own cabina for $10/night when they normally rent for $35/night. My cabina was on the second floor with a nice balcony, kitchenette, private bath, and a large bed. Once again I couldn’t thank Sandy enough for letting me stay here at such a good price. At 3:30pm Janessa came back from work and was exhausted after her three hours ...

Casita del Sol - Before and After

A travel blog entry by maia


... its own patterns of movement, and these patterns engage the senses and relate them in particular ways, instilling particular moods and modes of awareness, so that unlettered, oral people will rightly say that each place has its own mind, its own personality, its own intelligence."


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