Although I’ve spoken about different transportation options in Mexico through other posts I thought placing them all together would be most helpful for those planning to travel there soon. Continue reading “From Point A to Point B & Everywhere In-Between”
Planning a trip from Playa del Carmen to El Cristalino Sinkhole: Continue reading “Traveling to El Cristalino”
If you listen closely you can hear the echos of a clap inside the chamber of El Castillo
Although a far ride from Cancun, Chichén Itzá is a must see when you’re in the area. It is also an easy place to get to via public transportation so no need to spend the extra money on a tour. Continue reading “Chichén Itzá”
These smell like strawberries which wards off possible predators
I arrived at La Fortuna pretty late Tuesday night given that I had to take a later connecting bus. Luckily, my host picked me up from the bus stop and pointed out the different streets I should know as we drove to her place. Continue reading “Arrival in La Fortuna”
The next day I got breakfast at around 9AM with Marlene and Pili (YUM). Afterwards, I was going to take the bus for my second time but it was going to be the first time going such a long distance.
Before arriving in Costa Rica I found this website (link at bottom of post) that had buses connecting people to many different areas within the country for $45+, however, from my travel experience I assumed I could find something less expensive by just asking locals. I also knew if I couldn’t I’d be able to book while I was there – I knew I’d have to eventually get from Liberia to San Jose (airports I was flying in and out of) but I didn’t really worry about how I’d do it. Continue reading “Getting Around Costa Rica”