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... dropping Iguazu falls which left us vibrating with energy from the sheer size and power of this natural creation. I think Buenos Aires will still be up there at the end of our travels as one for the top cities we've ever visited; the romance of the tango, the darkness of the melungas, the bustling Sunday market and the steak (for Ali!), coffee and ice cream, not to mention our expanding waistlines!
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... random Costa Rican pair ahead of us. The older guy reassured us that it's not far, only like 15 mins to the base camp. He also said the path will soon go downhill. He wasn't lying... after slugging the last kilometer, we were at Los Crestones base camp!!
I was SO grateful. It took us a little over 7 hours. I heard the average is ~8 hours, so go us!
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... the chance to explore a new part of Costa Rica. In my next blog I will fill you in on those details.
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