Villas Bellavista

Address: Calle Los Naranjos, Escazu, Province of San Jose, Costa Rica | Villa
 
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Travel Blogs from Escazu

Day 1: Cataratas!!

A travel blog entry by ducktravels on Dec 30, 2014

10 photos

... see the crater. Fortunately, our luck then turned around. We changed our plans and drove to the nearby La Paz Waterfall Gardens. It is a beautiful park with lots of wildlife, restaurants and of course the falls (or in Spanish "cataratas"). We spent the day holding various butterfly species in a massive emporium, laughing at hilarious spider monkeys posing for cameras and watching jaguars protect their territories from one another. Dane also gave into his crazy ...

Hills of Escazu

A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Mar 11, 2014

1 comment, 31 photos

... br> Baltimore oriole
Blue gray tanager
Lineated woodpecker
Pale bellied woodpecker
Great curassow
Bi colored hawk
Little blue heron
Tiger heron
Red-rumped tanager
Anhinga
Green heron
Northern jacana
Sun grebe
Collared aracara
Black throated trogon
Royal tern
Great egret
Cattle egret
snowy egret



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We finally made our way to San Jose!

A travel blog entry by carlyandjosh on Oct 27, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... of the bus and after being on the side of a road for about an hour we were well and truly ready to get back onto the nice air-conditioned bus! Thankfully the person they were looking for wasn't on our bus so we were on our way after a bit over an hour.

We made a quick stop in Managua so that the bus could be cleaned and we picked up some lunch at the Tica Bus station, the typical type of meal here in Central America - ...

Lunes!

A travel blog entry by kemitch on May 27, 2013

1 photo

... for the opportunity to share that, especially in Spanish. Hector and I spent a lot of time praying for the students we talked to, and even got to share our own testimonies with each other over lunch. The rest of the day involved a lot of reading and team bonding and resting. It's amazing how tired you are after 4 hours of sharing in another language! Also had a Spanish lesson with the team, led by Hector of course! Trying to refresh all the long-lost vocab ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by lernerlove on Mar 07, 2013

11 photos

... day. Tico is a word used in Costa Rica to describe local or native. Things here move slow like a turtle and no one is a rush. A fabulous way to live, but very different from pour life style. Tico time means that they think it should take a certain time, but you should double their estimate if you want to really know the time line. We saw coffee, banana, and plantain plantations ...