Humming birds are truly amazing birds
After one of my shoes came off and my sock almost completely sunk into the mud I thought it was an appropriate time to take a photo of the trail
Let me also note my shoes were all black and basically new when I started this hike
These smell like strawberries which wards off possible predators
My first day in La Fortuna I woke up extremely early, my internal alarm clock tends to do and explored the area. Continue reading “Strolling through La Fortuna”
Final breakfast in Liberia (my plate is on the right) and where it was made.
To others this might seem like a heavy breakfast and I definitely agree – my breakfast consisted of sweet plantains, rice and beans, eggs and beef; platanos maduros, pinto, huevos y carne
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”