Daimond Inn Hotel

El Erizo, Alajuela, Province of Alajuela, 5253, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Alajuela

Rodeo time

A travel blog entry by jakedavis


... with splinters in my bum. We are currently at a fiesta which happen quite often in the summertime here. It's basically a country fair with a midway, food vendors everywhere selling churros and meet of a stick, and a rodeo arena, where we are currently sitting. The activities started at 6, and it's now 7, and they have been introducing people, having moments of silence...o it's about to ...

WEEK 1, Getting Ready at Manos Abiertas

A travel blog entry by dball


... disabilities and who were abandoned. There are 100 residents ranging from 10 months to 90 years old. It was founded and is run by Sisters of the Sacred Heart. There is a small medical and educational professional staff and the Sisters rely on volunteers and financial donations to maintain their services, www.manosabiertas.org

THE RESIDENTS: Residents are treated with respect and human dignity. I call it love therapy. So rather than ...

Settling in

A travel blog entry by mickruddy


... 4 or 5am)...absolute machine! We were back to San Jose at roughly 2pm the next day and after getting some washing and groceries done I figured I would grab a beer down the road...ended up getting home at 3am after partying with some Americans. Sunday morning I played some football with Shirani and his friends before pretty much sleeping from Sunday until Monday night. All in all it was a full on few days and I am only starting to feel human again now. Who knows what the next week will ...


A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi


... br> Ricardo and Maria have treated me really well thus far and I really can’t ask for better host parents. The only thing that I’m lacking is a working wi-fi, but I found out that they’re working on it after a bit of initial confusion of what was going on (again, my Spanish isn’t prefect).

All of these gestures may seem weird in that they are overly kind for what is called for, but ...

The hardest part is leaving.

A travel blog entry by shalynnpack


... had great belly-laughs all night, up until the point I had to say goodbye. I don’t know when I will see these wonderful people again, but regardless, I will never forget the invaluable lessons they’ve given me in generosity, friendship, joy, openness, and laughter. For that, I am eternally grateful.

Adam and I left with joyful but heavy hearts, both impacted so strongly by the relationships we’ve made here. Although I’m sad to leave, I ...


This hotel, located on El Erizo, Alajuela, is near Fincas Naturales, The Butterfly Farm (Finca de Mariposas), and Parque Juan Santamaria.
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