Cabana Lodge

Address: Santa Elena, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Lodge
 
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Travel Blogs from Santa Elena

Almost bedtime, 6:58pm!

A travel blog entry by maya.sanden on Oct 26, 2015

I'm so tired! I have been pretty often here. It's harder to stay up late. These last two days we've don a little extra walking though so its understandable. Today, we had our usual 5:30am workday breakfast, which was hard to wake up for, and the usual embarrassingly difficult 20 minute hike to the bus stop. At the reserve, we all took advantage of the wifi while we waited for our leader Karol to arrive. ...

Rainforest in the Clouds

A travel blog entry by laura.kingston on Jun 08, 2015

2 comments, 13 photos

... that I couldn't move my feet forward and I went hurtling towards the tiled floor, knee first, without even putting my hands forward for protection. So embarrassing....Oli had a good laugh though.

The next morning, after a good Costa Rican breakfast of scrambled eggs, rice and beans, we left the rainy cloud forests of Monteverde and Santa Elena for the beach and surf town of Playa Santa Teresa. Here comes the sun....
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First Half of my Study Abroad Trip

A travel blog entry by rnespeca on May 24, 2015

4 comments, 17 photos

... has never been on an airplane before and when the plane left the ground into flight her excitement and joy was truly priceless.  It made me feel wonderful that she could experience this.  This is why I continue to teach Study Abroad.  Our destination for the first half of the trip was in the Osa Peninsula at Campanario.  We started the day Kayaking in the Mangroves of Sierpe River.  We then got a boat to Campanario.  The only way to get to ...

Monteverde

A travel blog entry by kevandjen on May 04, 2015

2 comments, 55 photos

... to the realisation that Jen had to have got stuck somewhere on the line. Jen would later tell me that she had got stuck about 2 thirds of the way along! That is still 500m from the end and about 100m in the air. She was too light and had run out of momentum. After trying to make herself streamlined while she was still moving, she came to a halt. Petrified, she shouted for help, and luckily it came. An instructor from the other side had come out to her and was pulling her towards the ...

Cloud forestry

A travel blog entry by mcklawrence on Mar 20, 2015

2 comments, 19 photos

... hummingbird, happily at home in its nest. Moments later we were shown the quetzal, a crazily coloured bird which ornithologists travel from all over the world to spot. We saw more in the first thirty minutes than most visitors saw in a few days! After all that excitement we walked around the rest of the forest for a few hours, taking in all there was to see, huge ficus', buzzing hummingbirds and hanging bridges. It was a properly amazing place to be and I'm glad we went there ...