Zula Inn Aparthotel

Address: Playa Santa Teresa, Santa Teresa, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Inn
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This inn is located on Playa Santa Teresa, Santa Teresa.
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    Travel Blogs from Santa Teresa

    Surf and No Vacancy

    A travel blog entry by gkmadventures on May 17, 2014

    5 photos

    ... best puppy eyes and walked away. So, we were out of luck again. We started walking up the dark wet hill. I remembered Greg saying his friend Sam say something about going to a place called Mango Moon and give a woman named Donna a hug from her. Sam said the place had great entertainment and beautiful rooms but way too expensive. When we were driving to Buena Vista B&B I had remembered seeing Mango Moon so I mentioned it to Greg as we were walking and trying to think ...

    Santa teresa

    A travel blog entry by froda on Apr 08, 2014

    6 photos

    The other day I found out that my course was finished on Saturday and that my flight to the Dominican Republic is on Tuesday... So I have 4 days before I'm leaving. 4 days alone in Costa Rica. What to do! Well my first choice was to stay at the school at couple of extra days but of course the school was all booked out. So I decided to travel to monto suma with this guy called Andy. He was in my photography course and he is pretty nice. So last ...

    More Beautiful Days....

    A travel blog entry by crashvic37 on Feb 24, 2014

    7 photos

    ... lining the streets as we drove through. I told Catalina she might as well roll down her window and wave.

    The parade was the Quepos version of Carnivale, but on a miniature scale. There were 7 bands, each with a group of costumed dancers. The musical instruments were 99% drums, and 1% xylophones on a stick. The costumes ranged from school uniforms, to Rio-style feathers, masks and tall head wear. Loud…was the order of the parade. The more the ...

    Days 43-45 a rafting adventure

    A travel blog entry by ai_firestone on Nov 13, 2013

    ... from technology. The evening (just like the previous) was filled with dinner by candlelight, glasses of wine, and chatting with other people staying at the lodge. One of whom also had a brother who is a clerk in the same circuit as Evan! We had to talk though the semi dark to reach our beautiful room, and went to sleep listening to the river roar past outside, The final day, we went zip lining through the first in the morning, ...

    Pura Vida!

    A travel blog entry by ut15 on May 12, 2013

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... about everything. Only to find out later that she was an OBGYN and she said it’s easy being a mom, you have to remember that they are learning just as much as we are as parents. Then we started talking about how the healthcare system works…wow! All I could think was socialized medicine really reflects the care, compassion, and kindness of the Costa Rican people or otherwise known as Ticos(as).

    Once we got out of the airport ...