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At 8am in the morning fog, we wait for our minivan shuttle outside our hostel. The first drive takes us through the beautiful, mountainous farmlands of Costa Rica's. The country is not famous for its ancient civilisation or its colonial cities, what it is renowned for is its nature, landscapes and biodiversity. After an hours’ drive along the dirt road we arrive at the edge of ...
Today is volcano day, the plan is to book out of the hotel and head to see the volcano and then get on the road to my next destination. I was excited to see the volcano but I was more excited to see the country side and the deserts. I liked volcano national park a lot! There was a trail up to the top and could have a guide, I choose not to but ...
... the frogs!
The first day we went to explore the hanging bridges 'los puentes colgantes' http://www.hangingbridges.com A two hour easy walk through the rain forest where you cross about 10 hanging bridges over the forest. Two of them over 90 metres long! The views are spectacular and it's a really nice way to get a first glance at the beautiful nature of Costa Rica. After the walk we had lunch in ...
... was a waterfall.There were lots of pine trees and birds,we also could hear Howler monkeys.
Then we went on a hike to one of the water falls in the rain. Tessa and I went down to the bottom,we could feel the mist spraying our faces..For dinner I had a hamburger and it was Disgusting!!!!!!!I mean who can mess up a hamburger!!!!!!!!:)For dessert I had ice cream.The next morning we went to hike the muddy Cerro Chato, an extinct ...
... The first leg from Montezuma I must say was the best road that we had driven on since arriving in Costa Rica. We drove east along the highway to the port and embarked the cross channel ferry destined for Puntarenas Canton. Arriving at the ferry station there was a whole process of getting tickets, getting on board and for some strange reason only one person was allowed in the car when driving onboard. So whilst I drove onboard, Amanda walked onboard and scored ...