Villa Plenitud

Address: Apartado Postal 165, Escazu, Province of San Jose, Costa Rica | Inn
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This inn, located on Apartado Postal 165, Escazu, is near Fincas Naturales and The Butterfly Farm (Finca de Mariposas).
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Travel Blogs from Escazu

Settling in in Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by ctillery on Mar 15, 2015

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... to try in a few days. We also noticed a wildfire in a ravine off the road, and surmised that with the dry brush and winds the area must be very vulnerable to fire during the dry season. It turns out this is correct.

Sunday, we drove into Atenas for lunch at Gelly's Jardin, reputedly the source of the best gelato in town, where we forced ourselves to eat a meal before we could see if that were true. The crepes and wrap were good, ...

Pura Vida...o la Vida Loca!

A travel blog entry by laurabonhard on Jul 17, 2014

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... changing, we went to a tapas bar for dinner. Olio restaurant – a tapas bar that used the word “tapas” quite liberally— I am glad I ordered one to start! My tortilla espanola was huge! Also of note, my tiny cup of coffee was the strongest coffee I’ve had in my life. Costa Rica doesn’t mess around with coffee. During dinner I had the most distracting maneuqin in my line of sight… let’s just say nudity ...

Coffee and Carts

A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Mar 03, 2014

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... removed, the beans go into the roaster and are slowly heated over a wood fire. The lighter roast has more caffeine than beans that are roasted longer. Once they are roasted they go into the grinder and we get the benefit of the aroma!

The mill tries to be as green and efficient as possible--you can see the woodpile used for roasting and drying, some of which comes from ...

Hello Costa Rica, goodbye Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by mcdermk7 on Feb 07, 2014

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... there now. We had no idea what to do so we decide to trust the random guy that wants to shove us into the back of his car (slight exaggeration, he wasn't totally random, he was a Taximan!). He takes every sort of back street and short corner he knows and gets us across town with 5 mins to spare for a direct (and much comfier than public) bus to Sixola (the border!). Crisis averted, we'd found another Central American angel and were on our way to ...

Speedos and swings

A travel blog entry by kemitch on Jun 06, 2013

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... that, it is in God's time that people come to know him, not ours. We shared testimonies again as a team tonight-Hector and I's testimonies. Didnt get through mine without crying tonight haha but Lord-willing that will not be the case tomorrow night! But cool to grow closer as a team and learn more about each other. Tomorrow we are doing an outreach event, so looking forward to that and the fiesta! I will have more pictures to share ...