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... I have never heard of. Over 2.500 KM maybe 3.000 KM in length, so I have to make an average of 100 a day which is quite a lot if you take all the border crossings into account and the things I want to see. This is going to be different from the stretches I did before. I am really going inland now, crossing Central America from the Pacific Ocean to the Caribean Sea. Costa Rica: La Fortuna (not going to San José, saving my cityplans for Mexico where I ...
We planned to stay 3 weeks. Max. Costa Rica is notoriously expensive. The plan was to stay only as long as it took to film this portion of the surf film, and get out. When we first arrived in Puerto Viejo I felt like this plan was a good one, as the town isn't that great – but we’d heard people raving about it! I couldn’t understand. But then the next day everything changed, and quickly.
I had been hoping for ...
Our driver, Freddie, soon showed up with a really big white van, and we loaded all of our bags in the back. Then we were on our way! We were headed about a half hour away to the Toucan Ranch Rescue Center. This surprised us because our itinerary said we'd be driving three hours to the Caribbean coast and then doing a night hike. So we weren't exactly prepared to do anything right away. But that was fine, we were all happy to not have a three hour drive right away.
... have all been rescued. Our last treat was to see Andy the adult three-toed sloth come out and climb in the trees for us. While we were watching him we saw the Violet Sabrewing Hummingbird which is as big as a small sparrow. Needless to say most of these birds we were seeing for the first time but only the ones we see in the wild are added to our life list of the species we have seen.
We left the ranch about 4:30 and drove up over a pass about ...
... had to ask again—how much? About $4. Frank and Ed were both back in fighting form, square or not.
We pedaled hard to get to Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui, passing through another rain shower under black clouds. The next day we rode fast again on the flat terrain through the lush green landscape, sometimes passing through forest tunnels where monkeys clambered up and down on vines in the trees.
The next stage of the Costa Rican ...