Cabana Lodge

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

April 4

A travel blog entry by muellebt on Apr 04, 2015

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More hiking today in the Santa Elena reserve, it was much less traveled than the Monteverde reserve and we both enjoyed it. After hiking we did a zip line tour which was amazing, great footage with the go pro. Tomorrow we head to our second destination, La ...

Ziplining

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Feb 28, 2015

... Revoultionary War. I want to knowledge up to fully appreciate the country before I visit. It was recommended by Claire, but cost an eye watering 7.

It only took 3.5 hours to roll into Santa Clara, and not the expected 5. It took another hour for me to find a hostel though. They are either full or expensive. This is an expensive town generally. Everything is geared towards tourism and getting tourists on tours. It has an artificial feel to it. The main draws ...

Lecithin

A travel blog entry by pwong on Feb 24, 2015

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... mass chocolate production - poor-quality beans result in off flavours, which the Dutch process dulls and neutralizes. But unfortunately, any of the rich, deep flavours associated with high-quality chocolate suffer the same fate, resulting in a consistent, if somewhat bland, form of chocolate.

Prior to today's tour, we thought there was a complicated process behind chocolate production, but in reality, it's quite a simple process, though one ...

Monteverde

A travel blog entry by dc91 on Dec 20, 2014

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Gearing up for a couple of days of forest time inc Costa Rica, with a couple of Dan's mates from home. After some time in the more rugged destinations of Guatemala, Nicaragua and Belize, it certainly felt like, if anything, coming to the jungle here was actually a return to more familiar civilisation - although we've been warned that there are prices to match. Nonetheless, we've got some great experiences lined up before we head on down to South ...

Volcano & Hot Springs

A travel blog entry by vandna on Nov 04, 2014

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... the ship we saw many cranes around the lake. A crane is always an auspicious sign so we welcomed their appearance. The volcano was shrouded in mist so we did not actually see its top, even later in the afternoon when went on a volcano hike. Getting back to the resort we took full advantage of the hot springs and soaked until we were ...