Hotel Diana'S Inn

Address: Parque Morazan, San Jose, Province of San Jose, Costa Rica | Inn
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Travel Blogs from San Jose

San Jose

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Feb 24, 2015

... norm through Vietnam.

Speaking of odd, there are a lot of 'alternative' people in the hostel. Pretty girls, who've deformed their ears, girls that look like boys, boys that look like girls that sorta thing. There are also a lot of people spray painting the hostel with murals. They are impressive and it's been interesting to watch them take shape throughout the day. These guys are heading off to some hippy festival tomorrow, which also explains the weird music that's been pumping ...

Week 4 continued - Pura Vida in Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by chrisandteri on Aug 13, 2014

25 photos

... the road above a small river that looks like the muddy Pembina River in the middle of the summer...okay. So we haul our suitcases and backpacks down the steep riverbank to a small passenger boat. The river soon leads to Lake Arenal and the most stunning vistas of green mountains all around us and a clear view of the Arenal Volcano. It was like a scenic tour you would pay a lot of money for, but instead it was just our ...

The Longest Trip

A travel blog entry by apot-of-flowers on Aug 03, 2014

Right off of a plane, a minute or two to stretch our legs, and then right on a 4-5 hour van ride out to Playa Flamingo. Note to self: next time fly into Liberia. It was an uncomfortable, slow, but very beautiful ride. No cell phone in the hand; strangers in front and in back. Let the silent judging begin.

A couple of hours in, finally conversation between passengers starts. A man originally ...

It's a jungle out there...

A travel blog entry by colin on Jun 20, 2014

1 comment, 40 photos

... and made it difficult to plan a day. On this occasion it was just bluff.

On Tuesday Al and I got a bus to Quepos, then changed to a local bus for the short ride up the hill to Manuel Antonio. The town is built on the hill, with the beach just a short downhill walk. This was truly a tourist place, with lots of flash hotels and apartments and restaurants. But this was low season so it wasn't overly busy, ...

June 20

A travel blog entry by aliciaslocomb on Jun 20, 2014

10 photos

... through the end of the game, and the Tico win. Ole ole ole ole! Tico! Tico! We then hopped in the van, racing to get to the road construction during the 1 - 1 1/2 hours it would be open during lunch break. On the way, we had to stop to watch the capuchin monkeys frolicking in the trees at the side of the road. They were either waving goodbye or telling us not to leave! So we got to the construction line to be second in line, and find out they ...