Villa San Ignacio

Address: Route 107, Alajuela, Province of Alajuela, 20802, Costa Rica | Hotel
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          Travel Blogs from Alajuela

          Paranoia and cheating - the costa rican paradox

          A travel blog entry by pmartens on May 15, 2016

          1 comment, 40 photos

          If you are a paranoid schizophrenic in CR you’re fine because your reality is defined by the idea that everyone is out to get you, and here that is mostly true, (even if on a small insignificant scale) so at least here, you're normal. (Some of you may know what this refers to, but for others, no, I do not suffer from schizophrenia.)

          The long journey

          A travel blog entry by madkath on Jul 24, 2015

          ... are due to arrive in San Jose early, but there's a plane on the runway and the airport isn't ready for us yet so we have to circle which takes another 20 minutes before we land. San Jose airport very easy, through immigration quickly collect our bags which seemed to take forever but thank goodness they arrived! Quickly through customs to look for a man with a sign for courtyard Marriott hotel to get us onto a shuttle bus. All in less than an hour. Checked in at Marriott and straight to ...

          Cafe le negro, because were men

          A travel blog entry by ducktravels on Jan 17, 2015

          1 comment

          ... shelter for its patrons. It was here we met our new friend Erik. Erik manages the Tree house restaurante. He also helped us to learn some more spanish and also.... more on that tomorrow. We then went and booked a night walk. This is where you hike through the forest in the dark to find such things as Tarantulas, snakes, scorpions, sloths, birds, and other various bugs. The downfall is they were all sleeping so other than the bugs and snake we saw no ...

          A little about my traveling companions

          A travel blog entry by christim on Jan 03, 2015

          2 photos

          ... sure we all saw the birds, whenever possible. It also meant we got to know each other relatively well and shared many inside jokes, which added tremendously to my enjoyment of the tour.

          Steve and Frank are a gay couple from the northeast. Steve ...

          Return to Manos Abiertas, Service-Learning, 2014

          A travel blog entry by dball on Sep 08, 2014

          1 comment, 26 photos

          ... by their environment. As a pre-service teacher, it’s easy to get so focused on academic education or what goes on in the classroom, but going house to house in the precarios made me realize that sometimes our role as teachers goes beyond just scholastic instruction and can extend to safety, health and literacy.

          In an environment that would have caused many people to ...