Many's House

Address: Alto de Ballena, Ballena, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Villa
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This villa is located on Alto de Ballena, Ballena.
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      San Agustin

      A travel blog entry by nabeards on Feb 02, 2015

      4 photos

      ... that the school was just past the church.

      The homes there are pretty varied, one had large greek pillars while others were more like shacks.

      While we were in town we learned about a party at the end of the month with food, music, soccer and BINGO. We plan to check it out and by then I’m sure we will be best friends with the townspeople of San ...

      National park

      A travel blog entry by pbrinkbo on Aug 30, 2014

      Tomorrow we will be going to the National Park Manuel Antonio. So far we have walking patrols at night looking for sea turtles laying their eggs, we have seen a hatching, we have cleaned the football field for the kids, planted plants and cooked two nights for 20 people. The ...

      Abiding by the rules

      A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk on Jul 14, 2014

      ... br>
      Caņo Island is a drawcard for snorkelers and SCUBA divers who visit Drake Bay. But because of it's status as a biological reserve, there are strict rules in place relating to SCUBA diving:

      • There are only 5 established dive sites;
      • Only 10 divers are allowed to be in the water at one time;
      • Dive time not to exceed 60 minutes;
      • Obviously, a look but don't touch or take policy. ...

      Slowly, Time Moves Fast

      A travel blog entry by maldo421 on Nov 09, 2013

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      ... Isidro area. Secondly, I am focusing in on finishing
      and publishing the first edition of Revista Sendero Jaguar (newspaper) to be
      dispersed throughout the valley. This paper will help connect and inform the
      dozen or so villages throughout the area. Thirdly, I am working to find
      longevity in the newspaper by seeking out a permanent publisher, writers and
      translators, and long-term funding sources. Fourthly, I have taken on the role

      Moving on... just a little:-)

      A travel blog entry by byebyesnow on Feb 21, 2013


      ... and no easy riding.

      But the end of trail was incredible. Beautiful waterfalls and spectacular glacial rivers and ponds awaited us. We had an hour or two to swim, and those brave enough jumped off 30 foot cliffs into the deep glacial lake. Maggie from London, UK and her young son Alfie were in our group. Alfie is 4. He rode his horse Cuccaracha like a little pro, and he floated in the pool with his tube while his mom jumped off the cliff twice. What a ...