Cabinas Los Laureles

Address: 400 meters east of Banco de Costa Rica, Uvita, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Lodge
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This lodge is located on 400 meters east of Banco de Costa Rica, Uvita.
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      Wednesday, June 18

      A travel blog entry by kristafreitag on Jun 18, 2014

      ... use his family's story and what they're goal is as missionaries in Costa Rica. They've lived here for 9 years now.

      We split into two groups to deliver the Hands of Mercy baskets which we made. We were able to fill them to the brim with many nonperishable food items. My group went with Fredy, Julia, and Amelia. Amelia and her husband are in charge of Hands of Mercy. Hands of Mercy basically is help to those that are down under their luck. We both visited ...

      Whale Tail

      A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on May 31, 2014

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      ... attempts, the trailor and boat came unstuck and was driven of the beach. The most surprising thing was that it was a professional dive boat operation - you'd think they would be better prepared for problems.

      We broke the walk back to the hotel by stopping at a cafe for an ice cappuchino with real, thick cream and a shot of Baileys thrown in for good measure. Really tasty and filling enough to keep us going until ...

      Fluttering by

      A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Feb 24, 2014

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      ... and powerful. She then asked us to say a little prayer for someone we knew who was in trouble or who needed a little prayer. Just so that they would feel that someone out there was thinking about them and sending them good thoughts. She asked us to say our prayers out loud. Hers was to Sarah in Canada, may she never be enslaved again. That alone was enough to make me well up with tears. Hearing other peoples prayers and looking around at the weeping faces was ...

      Day 6 Finally!!

      A travel blog entry by misterwilborn on Jun 12, 2013

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      ... why the stay at the top was shortened. These falls are where the swimming will commence and oh yeah, the cliff jumping!!! To our surprise the guides have pulled out a large, heavy duty rope, and have begun to climb straight up this waterfall!! These guys are being punished by the water cascading over, but hold fast as they navigate up the face of the 75 foot falls. The rope is tied and they begin to invite members of the various groups over to the landing area beneath the ...

      Moving on... just a little:-)

      A travel blog entry by byebyesnow on Feb 21, 2013


      ... and no easy riding.

      But the end of trail was incredible. Beautiful waterfalls and spectacular glacial rivers and ponds awaited us. We had an hour or two to swim, and those brave enough jumped off 30 foot cliffs into the deep glacial lake. Maggie from London, UK and her young son Alfie were in our group. Alfie is 4. He rode his horse Cuccaracha like a little pro, and he floated in the pool with his tube while his mom jumped off the cliff twice. What a ...