Eco Colonia Resort

San Ramon, Province of Alajuela, Costa Rica | Resort
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Travel Blogs from San Ramon

Home Comforts

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts

4

... it was hard to put a finger on why it just doesn't quite work. Whilst there though, I caught up with my lovely Kiwi phase two companion. After scouring the streets for a nice bar/cafe for dinner, we had a tasty meal and I quaffed my first alcoholic beverage since Bocas, whilst we exchanged stories of the last two weeks, before heading to my hostel for a nightcap. Next stop was San Ramon and ...

Welcome to the Jungle

A travel blog entry by rhea_

41

... reach out and slap you clean across the face - ´´got him´´ they say! After dinner that night, (where we got eaten alive again), we counted the damage - we were both pretty chewed up but to give you an idea, Robbie had over 40 bites on his back alone.

Next day, we were taken on a tour of the cacao plantation that the family had set up. This was very interesting but unfortunately, we had to receive the translated version as Jearo´s Spanish was too much ...

Goodbye Guatemala! Hello Costa Rica!

A travel blog entry by georgeheap

2

... the Main Street for at least half an hour. Walked right past the building I was looking for twice and even sat in the park infront of it. I was to the central market which was huge an had turkeys and chickens in a pet shop in there...then I watched a million pigeons (some were being picked up by small children) and wandered around. Once I gave up on finding the museum I came back and met my roommate for the next ...

Flipping the Tortilla

A travel blog entry by bob_and_lana

15

... up to eight years is available free of charge in Costa Rica and every child also gets one meal a day without charge while in school. School is not in session during January and February. Despite this, a group of children were present to give us a tour and demonstrate some native dances. As we stepped off our mini-bus a child grabbed each of our hands and led us to a seat in a large open-air courtyard. There they welcomed us by singing their national anthem, and then ...

Embraced by the Rain Forest

A travel blog entry by bob_and_lana

2
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... environments.

Over many thousands of generations the physical and genetic structures of the individuals of a given species in each of these different rain-forest pockets gradually changed through the process of natural selection, just as described above. When this occurred to the point where an organism could no longer interbreed to produce fertile offspring with a similar species from another rain-forest pocket, ...