Kiri Mountain Lodge

Address: 165-7100 Paraíso-Cartago-Costa Rica, Orosi, Province of Cartago, Costa Rica | Lodge
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This lodge is located on 165-7100 ParaĆ­so-Cartago-Costa Rica, Orosi.
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    Why to travel, why to live.

    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Mar 07, 2014

    16 photos

    ... it grew dark. We were still about an hour out of Cartago, where we were to meet our new couch surfing host, Juan Carlos. Or so we hoped. We really hadn't organised it too well. He told us he'd wait for us at the ruins of the old church until 7 at the latest. To which we had said nothing. So no real meeting time was set out. We arrived at the church right on the dot of 7, with no way to contact him and no idea what he looked like. Although we were plenty conspicuous, the only ...

    Day 6: Catamaran Cruise

    A travel blog entry by misslibbyrn on Feb 08, 2014

    ... other people who arrived via bus who also joined us. The Ocean King was a huge boat with a large upper and lower deck, two jacuzzis, two slides off of the back, and large areas of netting in front of the boat to sit on and look down into the water. We took off and were headed out to try to find the dolphins and humpback whales, but unfortunately we did not see any. However, It was a beautiful day with few clouds in the sky (just like every other day we have ...

    Two days of work and a scenic tour

    A travel blog entry by dharmawalk on Oct 09, 2013

    106 photos

    ... they reach majority. Because of the history of abuse some of these children have the staff is encouraged to have no physical contact or displays of affection with the children. Given what we know of brain and social development in human animals this is truly a tragic situation for all involved. Costa Rica does not allow adoption to non-family members because of the prevalance of trade in black market organs for donation in central america.

    After visiting the orphanage ...

    Costa Rica- Back to Nature

    A travel blog entry by kanikacse13 on Jul 26, 2013

    3 comments, 57 photos

    ... easily and made us see sloths, iguanas, red eye frogs, crocodiles and what not. As far as trying local restaurants is concerned, Rufinos is the best. The food was delicious specially their cold soup. Everything that we ordered was flavorful. A bit expensive but worth it. Hanging bridges at Arenal are very scenic with entry fees of 20$per person. Again if you go with guide you can spot many animals. The park has some 8 to 10 hanging bridges and 3 waterfalls. ...

    Oh electricity, so underrated...

    A travel blog entry by hettie_lane on Apr 22, 2013

    ... Fun Facts'. These include that she trained to be a hot dog eating competitor, she is a civil war reenactor and she used to go down the street dressed as a moose and do magic tricks. Things that have happened to me include being dragged clothed into the sea for hiding a near-empty packet of cereal, breaking a bed and repeatedly facing the beach whilst in the sea and being destroyed by waves. Tim wants a mention in this blog, so here we go, ...