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

    Relaxation

    A travel blog entry by gkmadventures on May 18, 2014

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    ... to go into the park. A lot of the guides said we'd need binoculars to see anything. So, we turned around and got back onto a bus to head back into Quepos and check into our hotel. We walked 15mins to our hotel just outside of Quepos. Villas Jaquelina was out of town a bit but just what we needed. We met Estaban the guy that runs the hotel with his father. He was very friendly and helpful. They were from Tuscan, Arizona. ...

    Santa teresa

    A travel blog entry by froda on Apr 08, 2014

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    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

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    ... 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 ...

    Sustainability - EcoTourism & Kayaking in the dark

    A travel blog entry by bevin on Oct 24, 2013

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    ... We kayaked the Damas Island Mangrove estuary accompanied by yet another wonderful guide. Self taught, he knew everything there is to know about mangroves, speaking about each species and the phenomenal way they propagate with great clarity and passion even though you knew he had said it all many times before. He reminded me of a young Poppa and Poppa would have adored this tour! I was thrilled to hear they have University students from Canada and the USA to come here ...

    We Know the Way to San Jose, La La La La La La

    A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie on Aug 14, 2013

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... we didn't) get Valium over the counter in Bolivia.

    We got up early the next day to take advantage of the early morning sunshine. Hannah had some trouble sleeping, so she was up to watch a spectacular sunrise over the jungle at 5am with dusty rose and purple skies and silhouetted mountains. We set out at 7am to go to the park and the beaches. At 7.10am, the monsoon kicked in - 7 hours early. The beaches would be empty and the park animals ...