Lodge Ylang Ylang

Manzanillo de Cobano, Peninsula de Nicoya, Province of Puntarenas, 1000, Costa Rica | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Manzanillo de Cobano, Peninsula de Nicoya, Province of Puntarenas.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Lodge Ylang Ylang Province of Puntarenas

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    Travel Blogs from Province of Puntarenas

    Santa Teresa - surf city and recovery time

    A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on May 17, 2014

    8 photos

    ... first night, we needed to find a restaurant that would take Visa or we would just have appetizers with the limited cash we had. Luckily, the first place just told us that we could pay the next day. The woman just asked me where we were staying and that was it! I also think that it was because I am Asian and of course, we are more trustworthy...=) LOL. The dinner was very good - we had the two person meat parrillada. It was ...

    Montezuma Costa Rica

    A travel blog entry by cm-yolo-tour on Sep 01, 2013

    4 comments, 143 photos

    ... a park but offers only organic veggies and treats. Kinda crunchy down here but like it. It works!
    Sunday, we left early in the morning and set off to cross the Nicoya Peninsula. To say the least, the trip was way hairier than I would have ever expected. The steepness of the cliff we had to traverse on this quad was insane. At one point, we were sliding down a hill at a dead stop because of the gravel and rock. It was at that point ...

    Day 82- Return to Montezuma

    A travel blog entry by millhousers on Apr 04, 2013

    40 photos

    ... walked to the crater's edge (15 minute walk), but it was too fogged over to actually see anything, so we trekked back down, got in our car, and drove to lunch.

    Since we hadn't done any souvenir shopping, Paul kindly agreed to take me to the artisan market in San Jose on the second day. As usual, the driving in San Jose was hair-raising. We managed to get to a safe parking lot and then roamed around the city of San Jose, scouring ...

    Day 16-Full Circle

    A travel blog entry by millhousers on Jan 29, 2013

    16 photos

    ... her lovely family. We would not have had childcare allowing us to surf and horseback ride. In short, had things gone as planned, we would not have had the amazing experience that we ultimately had.

    We ate our final meal family-style in the kitchen of Cafe Coyote. It was hard to say good-bye to Jenny and family, but I am confident our paths will cross again, either in the United States or again in Costa Rica. Tomorrow, off to the Arenal Volcano area!
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    Feliz Ano Nuevo en Costa Rica!

    A travel blog entry by rieann on Jan 02, 2013

    ... from either side, and huge ditches on the side of the road for rain. A
    4x4 or atleast a car with high clearance is probably a good idea.

    We
    booked a vacation rental high in the hills of Delicias, and although I
    knew it was high atop a cliff I never could have expected what the road,
    or lack thereof, was going to be like. Truly gut wrenching inclines
    with blind and sharp turns. Running ...

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