Esencia Hotel & Villas
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... and we hiked most of them. Our first path took us through a swamp forest to a viewpoint which sits on Costa Rica's continental divide. Then we hiked up the highest trail on the preserve which reached 5,500 feet above sea level. On our way back down, we walked over a 300 foot suspension bridge with spectacular views of the cloud forest canopy. Finally, we found a quiet bench and enjoyed a picnic lunch that I had been carrying around in my backpack all morning. In ...
... island but headed back to where we would catch the bus.
While we were waiting for the bus got to meet one of the characters that live in Cabuya that had been in the bakery and came out and started talking to us. Evidently needed to talk and we heard a lot of different things about Cabuya and his life when he lived in the United States.
Caught the bus back to Montezuma and went and bought some groceries for dinner. We fixed ...
... than Lake Michigan and yet contains 5% of the worlds biodiversity and has the largest percentage of protected areas in the world and has pretty much diminished deforestation. A fantastic example to the rest of the World and we had no hesitation to seek out our own experience of Costa Rican nature by making our way further south to Corcovado National Park, the largest in the country, located on the Osa Peninsula. Our next destination heading South on the Pacific coast was ...
... forward. All you have to do is step......
Sarah screamed so much that Ian had a 'Final Destination' moment and nearly backed out. He didn't of course as he is a man (and a girl had just done it). It turns out Ian's fear noise sound very similar to straining noises and also, even though he isn't from Yorkshire, can be heard to say "fookinghell". Video loaded for your viewing pleasure.
It's been persistently raining now for 6 days. Maybe we should head to the beach ...
... at CASEM. It's also a world wide similarity that a coat of fresh paint can do a world of difference. The repainted exterior of CASEM brightens up the corner of this world. Let's hope so, because for some of the women artisans, it seems that CASEM is a real beacon of hope and change. We keep hearing stories of women who have overcome lives filled with domestic violence and poverty through their involvement with CASEM. When we are out in ...