Sueno Azul Resort

Address: Braulio Carillo, Horquetas, Sarapiqui, Province of Heredia, 3071, Costa Rica | Resort
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This resort is located on Braulio Carillo, Horquetas.
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Travel Blogs from Horquetas

The Insider Experience - Visiting Plantations

A travel blog entry by leahflores on Jul 16, 2014

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... received us in a huge open Gazebo Hut which has interesting displays of claypots on its ceilings. The owner of the Farm then demonstrated to us how they cut off a Heart of Palm right out of the palm tree... Using a machete. It's funny how the full palm tree you only get the small fruit in the end, and they had to throw away the rest of the tree after. They had the ready-cooked dish and they served to us like a Taco -- the heart of palm wrapped in a ...

Today was a long day.

A travel blog entry by kmakowski on Jun 25, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

... or 3 classes a day, but they last for 1+ hours. And, they have different classes everyday. For example, math is on Fridays for Sofi and science is on Wednesdays. It's very different. So here's the low down on my Costa Rican high school experience: We woke up early, got dressed in the green polos and pants and had breakfast. Then we walked about 25 minutes to school. The first class was Spanish, but the teacher didn't show up. No substitute teachers. It was ...

The Tirimbina Chocolate Walk

A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Mar 04, 2014

34 photos

... favored by indigenous people for corn, beans and other foods as well as cacao beans. To save time Valeria switched to the "hi-tech" hand cranked grinder.

The folks who originally discovered the powers of chocolate called it "the drink of the gods," which became its scientific name (Theobroma). Spanish invaders didn't like the ...

Raleigh: Phase 3 - Sloth time

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Sep 05, 2013

8 photos

... dynamic to work with; ensuring everyone worked effectively and without any injuries. Midway through the phase we had the pleasure of a guided tour from one of the on-site guides, who spoke English. She took us along the trail and explained the history of the site, which was at its height around 800 AD. There are a large number of mounds, which were foundations of houses; three aqueducts; tombs, which house the remains of people clearly short in stature; stone ...

Sad Goodbyes

A travel blog entry by stacek68 on May 23, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

... The boys had organised a farewell for Morgs in the form of a soccer tournament. They headed down to the 'Lot' around 10:00 and came up to the house for hamburgers and a soft drink in our garage around midday. Maru and I worked like a well-trained team from Burger King to produce 40 burgers in record time. There were about 15 boys with huge appetites and they polished them off before rolling back down the hill ...