Monteverde, Costa Rica

It’s known for its lush green scenery, coffee plantations, bad road conditions and cloud forest; it was time to visit Monteverde! We had spent the last two nights in Playa Grande on the Pacific Coast, where we joined a day trip to Nicaragua. Both the GPS and Google maps said it should take about 3 […]

A Guide to Visiting Nauyaca Waterfalls

When we hear about the country Costa Rica we think about beautiful nature, lush green forest, exotic wildlife, blue water and breathtaking waterfalls. And we wanted to see and explore as much of these when we were heading on a road trip through Costa Rica! During our time driving all around we’ve been driving through […]

Day Trip to Nicaragua, from Costa Rica

Nicaragua, the land of lakes and volcanoes! Nicaragua is the largest country in Central America and is slightly bigger in area than New York State and has a population of more than 5,800,000 people. Although Nicaragua’s capital is Managua, the city of Granada is probably the most popular amongst tourists, and in fact is the oldest […]

Drake Bay & Corcovado NP

Corcovado National Park is a national park on Osa Peninsul and it’s Costa Rica’s largest NP. National Geographic named the National Park “One of the most biologically intense places on earth in terms of biodiversity”. The park conserves the larges primary forest on the American Pacific coastline and one of the few remaining sizable areas […]

Surf ’n Smurf – Catching My First Wave

I just want to share my first surf experience with the whole world, honest and uncensored. So here it goes – feel free to laugh!     For some unknown reason I have been wanting to try surfing, and on my (private) bucket list it says: “Take surf lessons”. Earlier this year we were in […]