Bosque de Paz

Bajos del Toro, Bajos del Toro, Province of Alajuela, Costa Rica | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Bajos del Toro

Welcome to the Jungle

A travel blog entry by rhea_


... to understand. One of the most interesting points was that when the Spanish came over to Central America, they found that the most precious thing to the locals wasn´t gold or treasures, but chocolate. In discovering chocolate, the Spanish decided to take the cacao over to Africa to plant, where it acclimatized very well. This is the reason that now, today, Africa is the world's largest chocolate exporter and Latin America sells very little in comparison. Jearo ...

Traveling with Kids

A travel blog entry by millhousers


... she was chronically annoyed whenever Ivy was awake (which happens to be the majority of the day). So, when it smashed on the floor during a sibling scuffle, I was sad, but not devastated. Incidentally, I will strongly endorse the iGuy 2 (a kid –friendly case for the iPad). This gadget keeps the iPad totally protected. Vivian dropped the iPad more times than I can count, and it didn’t even have a scratch. Vivian’s iPad ...

Volcan Poás

A travel blog entry by felixyorugua


... and a cluster of clouds were already sitting comfortably on top of the volcano. Once we got to the main crater the situation hasn't changed. All we could see was a one dimensional sheet of white so we walked to the nearby lagoon only to see more white. But hope springs eternal and on our way back we decided to look at the crater again ...

From San Juan to San Jose - adios Centroamerica!

A travel blog entry by raajandpriya


... br> got to see the island from afar and had a great view of Concepción. Also, as
the lake is so huge, it really feels like you are in the sea but in fact it’s freshwater and has some really
cool marine life.

We reached Ometepe and as usual we were hounded by dozens of
taxi drivers. We’d found what seemed to be a decent hotel in the guide book but
we got there and when I went to check out the room, there were three dead
cockroaches in ...

The hardest part is leaving.

A travel blog entry by shalynnpack


... had great belly-laughs all night, up until the point I had to say goodbye. I don’t know when I will see these wonderful people again, but regardless, I will never forget the invaluable lessons they’ve given me in generosity, friendship, joy, openness, and laughter. For that, I am eternally grateful.

Adam and I left with joyful but heavy hearts, both impacted so strongly by the relationships we’ve made here. Although I’m sad to leave, I ...

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This lodge, located on Bajos del Toro, Bajos del Toro, is near Fincas Naturales, The Butterfly Farm (Finca de Mariposas), Juan Santamaria Historical Museum, and Parque Juan Santamaria.
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