Cabana Lodge

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

Wet and wild Monteverde

A travel blog entry by guykb on Jan 08, 2015

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We spent the night listening to the howling winds. They were the strongest winds I have heard in a long time. The gusts felt like they could blow the mountain aside, let alone the humble village of Santa Elena. But it seems pretty normal for these parts. Where we are is located right on the continental divide and on a clear day there are places you can see both the Pacific and Caribbean coasts at the same time. The ...

The Rich Coast

A travel blog entry by steveclark on Dec 29, 2014

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... 1pm. Now almost 11am, that's too long to wait. Whilst looking for the local bus station we were approached by a taxi man, offering us a taxi for 200 cordobas in total. So at about £1.50 each we jumped in! It now seemed very pointless coming to Rivas to get a 2nd taxi but there not much we can do there! We arrived at the border which was very busy, it took about 15-20 minutes in the queue to exit Nicaragua. Now about midday, we'd signed ...

Adventure in the clouds

A travel blog entry by sallyjpatten on Oct 05, 2014

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... of them in the trees, but you do here them scream. My heart is racing so fast and I'm afraid it's going to jump out of my chest. But I'm here and I am determined to do this. I make my way out into the suspension bridge and I can't tell of the bridge is shaking or it's me?! I reach the end and don't dare look down. They attach me to the Tarzan rope and instruct me to hold on right with two hands. My first hand grabs the rope easily, my second hand however does not want ...

Don Juan

A travel blog entry by kmakowski on Jun 19, 2014

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... a smaller bus that was a little sketchy but kinda neat to Lake Arenal where we would hitch a boat ride across the lake. This boat ride had gorgeous views all the way around. It was kinda cloudy so you couldn't really see the top of the Arenal Volcano but still pretty. After we made it across the lake, we got into another slightly sketchy bus that would take us on a 2 hour ride to Monteverde. (I'm pretty sure they don't have drivers ed here) the roads ...

Día Dos

A travel blog entry by ggillette on Jun 17, 2014

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... of Costa Rican junk food (and some oreos & chex mix) then ate it all in our room. Ian bought THE NASTIEST jelly things. They taste horrible! He also got these gross cakes which also tasted horrible. DON'T go to Ian if you want yummy local sweets. :p Dinner tonight was at the hotel, and it was really good! Tres Leches cake was delishh. And a gecko just came into our room, and we had to get someone to take it out! That was interesting... But, ¡Pura Vida! Haha ...