A Hummingbird’s Home

From the people, the tourist attractions, the animals, the waterfalls and the mountainous landscape, Costa Rica is a beautiful place and was such an amazing experience for me.

I was only able to spend 10 days in the country making it one of my shortest international trips to date. It was an unfriendly reminder how a full time job with a specific amount of vacation time would prove to be difficult for someone who enjoys traveling as much as I do. However, for the time being working is what funds my travels so this will teach me how to make the most of every trip no matter how long.

I came to several realizations in Costa Rica: Continue reading “A Hummingbird’s Home”

If you’ve been following my blog long enough you know no trip is complete until I try the ice cream

IMG_3564And I won’t say it was but the best I ever had but Costa Rica didn’t disappoint

Native Fruits

Some of these food pictures I’m double posting but I think they should be grouped together for anyone wanting to learn specifically about the food in Costa Rica

Probably my least favorite food item I got while in Costa Rica, I ordered this having no idea what it was because of the recommendation of a local in La Fortuna as I was ordering. Just a little reminder that not every recommendation will be a good one and you just have to role with it. However, one or two bad recommendations are worth all the great ones you get along the way.

 

I don’t even remember the name of this but almost certain it isn’t a usual Costa Rican dish as I didn’t run into it anywhere else.

Refrescos

Refrescos (frescos) are also extremely popular in the country, they’re a mix of a local fruit with sugar and water (sometimes milk). You can find frescos in just about any fruit flavor including blueberry, strawberry, orange and passion fruit.

 

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