This is my last post for this particular blog for a while. Thanks for virtually traveling with me before, during, and after my trip. I’ll be posting more regularly on my other blog kwotedbykegarland, if you’re not already, feel free to click that follow button 🙂 And if not, see you somewhere in the blogosphere!
Ticos: The Costa Rican people call themselves Ticos. They have been great. I know very little Spanish, but they were patient, kind, and helpful. There were a few quiet Uber rides because the driver didn’t know English but still no frustration. It didn’t matter if it was the meat counter guy at Wal-Mart or the … Continue reading Costa Rica: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Welp. This is our last weekend in Costa Rica. Dwight thought it would be a great idea to spend it basking in the hot springs heated by the Arenal volcano. One way to do that is to stay at The Springs Resort & Spa, a five-star luxury resort. As soon as we saw this place, … Continue reading Hot Springs and Things
Read about Tours 1 and 2. Tour 3: THE CLOUD FOREST MONTEVERDE: Anyone I asked said this place was magical. Animals, hanging bridges, and clouds for days, they said. Because the drive was so far up in the mountains, we decided to pay a private driver to get to Monteverde. The drive was supposed to … Continue reading The Cloud Forest (Monteverde)
When deciding to travel abroad, tours are a great way to choose a place you’d like to visit. They help spark an interest in one option over another. Kathy and I agreed on Croatia as our first option easily— great beaches, loads of history, not overly expensive and close proximity to other interesting day trip … Continue reading Costa Rican Tours