Eco Colonia Resort

San Ramon, Province of Alajuela, Costa Rica | Resort
Prices starting from $50.00
 

Travel Blogs from San Ramon

Sweet day

A travel blog entry by victoriabegins

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... hair nets...so don't be surprised if the next bag of sugar you purchase has a long victorian hair inside. anyhow...it was pretty crazy. it was a very small house/mill type place with 3 cooking vats (all fire fed), 2 cleaning tubs, and a ton of sugar cane husks sitting in a massive pile, awaiting the fires. this little factory pumps out a **** load of sugar each week and it's sold at the markets around the country and exported to a grocery ...

I have news

A travel blog entry by victoriabegins

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13

... but since he leaves in august..."she has no time for him". the air became instantly still and tense and the students looked stunned. she just continued on with the lesson...as if she had just cleared a frog from her throat.

oops...sorry he is not "stupid"...he's environmentally challenged...damn gringo political correctness. and to be quite honest here - i hate criticism...so don't start being honest with me!
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It is...in fact...the rainy season

A travel blog entry by victoriabegins

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14

spent two great days at the local attractions: Volcan Poas and Las Musas.

both were stunning, but Las Musas is where I'd like to have my 50th birthday party! What a flippin' place...which can be rented out for the day for a mere $1,000...not bad huh? there's the waterfall of course...swimming pools...water slide...hiking trails...zip line...horseback riding and a dance floor. the only downside - two signs posted at ...

I have arrived...

A travel blog entry by victoriabegins

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... here i would swim because i didn't want people to watch the crazy gringo running in the streets every morning. so...this past saturday - a 5K run, right outside the university. supposedly running is extremely popular and I see people running every morning. go figure.

ok. that's all for now. i will stir up some s&*^ this weekend so I have something to write about next time!


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Welcome to the Jungle

A travel blog entry by rhea_

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... as El Castillo was (and necessary to be able to access the section of protected jungle), we really wanted to spend some time in a very remote area of the jungle. There are a couple of well-established lodges on the river; however they come at a high price! During our research, we found a fairly new lodge which was owned by a Nicaraguan family and it was a much more reasonable price, so we decided to try here. This was named the Grand Hotel River Lodge and I am ...