Casa De Linford

Address: The Sanctuary Resort, Santa Cruz, Province of Guanacaste, 5000, Costa Rica | Villa
 
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This villa is located on The Sanctuary Resort, Santa Cruz.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Casa De Linford Santa Cruz

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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz

Good comes with the bad

A travel blog entry by amzellen on Sep 14, 2014

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... forget this moment. We finished the walk and headed back home. Obviously it had started raining and none of us had coats as sometimes it's just easier to get wet. Also it was now pitch black but walking back was pretty fun and all the fireflies were out. I have never seen these before and I am now in love with them! They are so cool, it makes the trees looks like Xmas trees. Got home and went to bed before patrol. The journey awaits ...

¡Pura vida!

A travel blog entry by kpieroth on Jun 18, 2014

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... raining, which was so nice because the springs were hot and the rainwater was cold. Words can't even describe how amazing it was. Definitely a once in a lifetime experience. Oh! And I saw a toucan! That was pretty cool. The wifi at this hotel is terrible so all the pictures that I've been trying to post haven't uploaded. But between all of us on the trip, we have some great pictures. Can't wait for tomorrow. íPura vida Costa ...

A Fortune

A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on Apr 17, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... a name that says it all: the Grand Canyon is a grand canyon , the Great Wall of China is a great wall, the Great Barrier Reef is a great reef. What has this to do with the place where we are now? It┤s got to do because in a certain way this place belongs to that category: La Fortuna, where everything costs a fortune.
We chose to break up the trip between San Jose and Nicaragua: we had two or three options where to stop a couple of nights and at the end we ended up here, ...

Coffee and Coati

A travel blog entry by summersabroad on May 23, 2013

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... where behind the trash bins and parking lot he had a small crop of coffee plants (about a dozen). He was quite knowledgeable, explaining to us the growing conditions, the need for a banana plant, and the harvesting of the beans. Back inside, he showed us some varieties of beans, explained the roasting process, and gave us some coffee to try.

On the whole, I'd say it was a worthwhile little expedition and ...

Beach Hopping Guanacaste

A travel blog entry by stacek68 on May 15, 2013

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... dollar properties can be found at the end of this road but apparently, that's how the community likes it - middle-of-nowhere concept. The dream of Hacienda Pinilla was born in 1970 when an American developer decided to look for land in Costa Rica for recreational purposes. In his search, he found Pinilla farm in Guanacaste - 200 hectares on the coastline. When the plans became a reality, engineers, architects, ...