Rio Chirripo Retreat

Address: 50 meters north of the cemetary, Chirripo National Park, Province of San Jose, Costa Rica | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on 50 meters north of the cemetary, Chirripo National Park.
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      Science at Damas

      A travel blog entry by sallyjpatten on Sep 19, 2014

      3 photos

      ... guidance on what had been done previously, how many kids there would be, how long I would have etc, I still took it to task to come up with several different experiments that could be done, and had spent time researching Spanish phrases to explain to the kids what was happening (thanks for the ideas Mum). Normally the weekly schedule of where everyone is spending the week is announced at the Sunday meeting, however given we had a long weekend, this meeting ...

      A well earned 4 day weekend!

      A travel blog entry by sallyjpatten on Sep 16, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... one to ease into it. The key I quickly discovered with ziplining is not to stop and think about what your doing and just jump, trusting that the guides will look after you. After that it becomes quite fun and you can start to look around and enjoy your surroundings. The Tarzan swing was probably the most terrifying, for some reason, something about the thought that the only way to stop swinging is for someone to catch you on the other side is quite overwhelming. But I am ...

      Day 2: Monkeys

      A travel blog entry by misslibbyrn on Feb 04, 2014

      Last night I had the wildest dreams. Could have been because we went to bed hearing strange animal noises out our window. Lets just say it involved a monkey and a gun. Anyways, we woke up early this morning and went to the local convenient/grocery store. We bought mangos, papaya and lots of snacks. And lots of beer! I got four feather and bacardi with fruit juice for cocktails :) We then went back to the bungalow and packed up to ...

      Skittles at the Summit

      A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on Feb 02, 2014

      2 comments, 17 photos

      ... Alex and Aurelie) in line for our first bus to San Isidro and were fast friends - both with the same destination in mind. Luckily Alex spoke Spanish so he was able to navigate us towards the bus station in San Isidro - always an adventure when your next bus isn't at the same station. We hopped on that bus which charged us as much for our luggage as it did for ourselves, but still quite cheap and were on route to San Gerard de Rivas. We were starting to worry ...

      Volcano!

      A travel blog entry by klynch35313 on May 21, 2013

      23 photos

      ... s bananas come from Costa Rica as there are not any fair trade farms here and all Sainsbury's bananas are fair trade. The majority of the fair trade suppliers they deal with are in Columbia. Tuesday afternoon I had a quick chat with Alasdair who is the managing director of the tropical division of Fyffes. I wish I could remember all the details of what we were talking about because it was so interesting but the key things we discussed were what the current challenges are, ...