CEA MOJO on Finding Adventure in Costa Rica

by Paul Joseph on November 28, 2012 · 0 comments

 Finding adventure in Costa Rica has been nothing short of a piece of “queque”, the hardest part is figuring out what to cram in your surprisingly short time here.  I’ve traveled all around this country, almost every weekend, and still have plenty that I wish to see and do.  Every weekend for an entire month CEA had the best excursions planned for our group, including ziplining, trekking down to a waterfall, and seeing volcanoes.  They were well-organized, many meals were included, and it was a great bonding opportunity with all of the students in the CEA program.    I wish I had more time here, and I will truly miss Costa Rica when I have to leave in less than four weeks. Unlocking ziplining gear Until next time… Pura vida. Ziplining near La Fortuna Whitewater rafting on the Pacuare River Me jumping, Pocahontas style, off a bridge at Tropical Bungee Me feeding bananas to white-faced monkeys at a hostel in Manuel Antonio A typical Costa Rican dish with rice, beans pollo (chicken), pasta, y potatoes Captured my friends walking through the rainforest in Manuel Antonio National Park Holding the claw of a sloth while it falls asleep at the Sloth Sanctuary, 30 minutes from Puerto Viejo My friend, Rachel Lipscomb, at Cahuita National Park enjoying the beach as the sunsets Me at Volcan Irazu Eating Cacao on the way up to meet the BriBri indigenous indians of Costa Rica in Talamanca

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