Casas Pelicano

Address: Calle Ventanas, 300 Meter North of Public School, Playa Junquillal, Province of Guanacaste, 5150, Costa Rica | Ranch
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This ranch is located on Calle Ventanas, 300 Meter North of Public School, Playa Junquillal.
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      Travel Blogs from Playa Junquillal

      Supermodel Rocking Chairs, Making Poisonous Arrows

      A travel blog entry by jason152z on Apr 03, 2015

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      ... The next set was also a little raw, but man made to look the part. Springs were different sizes and temperatures, but all placed within a jungle setting. They even had a slide which we had to refrain ourselves from going on due to the many kids that were using it - we think if one adult went, we all would and eventually the kids would be forced to endure our envy. The third set of pools were outside the hotel and very much man made, with pools designed with more clear ...

      To the beach

      A travel blog entry by ctillery on Mar 25, 2015

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      ... we noticed a couple of horseback tours and the inevitable horse droppings right along the water's edge. It made us wonder (a bit uneasily) about the murkiness in that water we had just noticed. Esthetically at least, this is not a good mix of tourist activities on a beach.

      For dinner, we drove just to the other end of Brasilito, daring to drive no further than that in the dark on unfamiliar roads. The ...

      Wacky Races - Isla de Ometepe to Tilaran

      A travel blog entry by themcgee on Mar 15, 2015

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      ... to wait for the 12.30pm bus. I've heard these stories before. I eventually have to walk away as he is very persistent. But then, so am I.

      My guide book days there is a hotel round the corner. At first glance it looks derelict, but it is only the street front which may be undergoing renovations. I walk down the car park entry slope and find the reception down the back. I enquire about a room. 'US$14' I'm told. I ask to have a look at the room. It looks ...

      Arenal Volcano, Nature tour and Arenal Lake

      A travel blog entry by nabeards on Feb 14, 2015

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      ... that are growing now after they removed the Macademia Nut orchard. He also pointed out the Eucalyptus trees that have been planted for building so people don’t cut down that beautiful forest. There were also some pine trees that were planted for use as telephone poles, until they realized the woodpeckers wanted to live in them.

      A couple highlights of the tour, we did see some parrots, Costa Rican turkeys, and a green toucan. So happy since ...

      Beach clean up

      A travel blog entry by amzellen on Sep 30, 2014

      ... we walked the way of the current to see if we could find him. After about 20 mins which doesn't seem that long but when you are trying to find someone it felt like an eternity, but eventually we saw him and he walked out. I didn't hear the conversation between the leader and him but I presume he got a telling off. Came back for lunch and chilled. Just before dinner we went and watched the sunset which was cool and we had ...