Monthly Archives: July 2014

Costa Rica. Monteverde and Santa Elena

So, we left the Pacific coast and headed back into the Central Highlands. Here’s the view back toward the peninsula. The number one mountain destination for Costa Ricans (who call themselves ticos)┬áis Monteverde. Almost all tourists who get off the … Continue reading

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Costa Rica. Nicoya beaches

We went to some beaches on the Nicoya peninsula between Coco and Tamarindo. Neither one of us are really beach people, so after three days it was time to return to a cooler climate. There’s not much to say. In … Continue reading

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Costa Rica. Arenal and Rincon de la Vieja NP

We’re back to being our itinerant ways, only this time we have a car. For the next month, there will be no more waiting in the park till whenever for a bus to near where we want to go. Like, … Continue reading

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El Salvador and Nicaragua

And I thought Honduras went fast! We had 8 days left on our four-country visas, and blew through El Salvador and Nicaragua in that time. Basically, we did two things, scope out La Ruta de Los Flores in El Salvador … Continue reading

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Honduras

Even though we were only in Honduras for a couple of weeks, it seems like we did quite a lot. Usually, we go pretty slow, but we went faster this time because our four country visa expires July 11 and … Continue reading

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