Villas Mymosa

Quepos, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Quepos

Unexpected Days..The Best Kind When Travelling

A travel blog entry by tarveras

... was the big event of the fair..a rodeo! Local men (and a few brave gringo tourists) stood inside the arena and waited for the angry bull to be released, which was rode by an even braver bucking cowboy.

The men standing inside the ring teased the bull, running toward it and then away from it. One of the cowboys riding the bull was trampled a bit, and was carried off on a stretcher. We peeked inside the medical tent where he ...

It's all about the view

A travel blog entry by bethh1902


... Rica the waiters/waitresses are so slow, like they assume you want to take a VERY leisurely meal. Sometimes I do, but sometimes not. Getting the check can be a challenge! So tomorrow we will begin our journey home, making it as far as DC before spending the night. Then Sunday we will take the train home to Richmond. Yes, it's time to return to winter. As great as this trip has been, it will be good to get ...

Sustainability - EcoTourism & Kayaking in the dark

A travel blog entry by bevin


... bit like bumper boats with the trees at times - heh. Such silence of human voice but lots of bird, animal and even seashell noises as we heard great "crack" noises as the clams snap shut when the tides rise - crazy! Only one crocodile - sez Horge but R and I didn't catch site of him - so fast! One giant bull frog! Jeremiah tune ensued. Two Boas - funny but with good education from Horge we didn't feel slightly afraid just curious. Saw an anteater up a tree. But mainly ...

Main Trek

A travel blog entry by wchallenge1


... with horses. The next day we set off early for the last day of our trek and faced the most challenging downhills yet. After a lot of slipping, sliding which resulted in muddy pants we ended on a beautiful beach in Carate. We then jumped onto the local collectivo bus and were taken back to puerto Jimenez for the night. The trek was challenging but we all felt accomplished by the end and seeing all the various Costa Rican landscapes was really amazing. ...

Manuel Antonio

A travel blog entry by kingy2


... and on the road soon before nine. We didn't originally book the car for this part of the trip as we weren't sure what the roads / journey would be like, however, it turns out to be ideal, roads are fairly quite, in good condition and the scenery is stunning. Lots of coast with mile after mile of white sandy beaches, rain forests and mountains. We stopped at Dominical and Uvita, both off the beaten track villages down unmade roads with very little going on but with nearly deserted ...

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This hotel, located in Quepos, is near Iguana Tours, Rancho Savegre, Oceans Unlimited Scuba Diving, and Rancho Los Tucanes.
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