Central America, Costa Rica, Travel

What a Way to See the Rainforest! A Boat Trip on the Tortuguero Canals

Costa Rica is one of those brilliant countries which places huge importance on its flora and fauna. In this day and age, with other parts of the world burning to smithereens to make way for crops and livestock, kudos surely has to go to the government of this Central American paradise, for attempting to do… Continue reading What a Way to See the Rainforest! A Boat Trip on the Tortuguero Canals

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Wildlife Galore at Cahuita National Park, Costa Rica

Costa Rica is one of the most incredible countries that I have ever visited, and the number one factor in what makes it so incredible is its biodiversity. Ecotourism is a BIG DEAL around these parts; when it became clear that Costa Rica was suffering so greatly from the effects of deforestation in order to… Continue reading Wildlife Galore at Cahuita National Park, Costa Rica

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The Best Way to see Sloths in Costa Rica

For about five years, it had been my dream to go to Costa Rica, for several reasons. Firstly, because to me it seemed like the happiest country on the planet, with no army since it was abolished in 1949- instead diverting all the funds to healthcare and education, secondly because it seemed like such a… Continue reading The Best Way to see Sloths in Costa Rica

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The Strangest Welcome to Costa Rica: Puerto Limón

Puerto Limón is atmospherically a strange kind of a place. The first time our ship docked there, the sky was grey and heavy with rain clouds that weren't quite ready to burst but had surely been on the brink of eruption for hours, and despite the greyness of the sky, the air was sticky and… Continue reading The Strangest Welcome to Costa Rica: Puerto Limón

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Rainforests of Costa Rica (via the humble transport method of: zip line)

Guys. My left shoulder is in serious pain- I can barely lift my arm above a 30 degree angle to my body- and this is mainly due to the fact that I just got back from zip-lining through the treetops of the Costa Rican rainforest, during which I clung on so tight for dear life… Continue reading Rainforests of Costa Rica (via the humble transport method of: zip line)