Rincón de la Vieja national park, Costa Rica – A 10 km trek, one crowded but pretty-like-in-the-movies waterfall, cute but obviously antisocial white-throated monkeys, huge dramatic trees, burning sun, some shade & very little drinkable water. Great shape! Santa Rosa national park & Playa Naranjo, Costa Rica – 24 kms with the 4×4, very bumpy tracks, tones of iguanas (we’re getting … Continue reading 48 hours trip to the northern national parks
Mountain fires, a daily routine during Costa Rica´s dry season A few days ago we were heading back to our house in Huacas, not far from Tamarindo, when we noticed a huge fire in the mountain on our left. It looked just like lava coming down from a volcano, the flames were forming a golden … Continue reading There is fire on the mountain
End of March, the peak of dry season in Costa Rica Yesterday we took the car right before sunset and drove just 5 minutes away from the place we are staying in in Tamarindo to see this incredibly peaceful sight of a dried out Costarican landscape which had nothing to envy to the African savannah (dry season … Continue reading Two minutes before sunset
And here we go ! We just arrived in Tamarindo after 2 days of travel (I was about to add “intense” but Amauy stopped me. We obviously don´t have the same sense of when intensity starts… This should prove to be interesting in the future months) and we can now finally post our first article. … Continue reading Let´s go for 4 months in Central and South America !