Today’s guest post is a special one. For Father’s Day, my dad (a nearly 70-year-old Baby Boomer) writes about what it’s like traveling with a
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Quarantine has had me looking back fondly on my Costa Rica adventure. One of my favorite experiences was walking through Monteverde Cloud Forest Biological Preserve—an
A 10 day Costa Rica itinerary will pack in the highlights, although ideally I’d be there much longer. Like, a lifetime. No lie, I left
Corcovado National Park goes by many names. The Amazon of Costa Rica. “The most biologically intense place on Earth”. It takes up only 3% of
Manuel Antonio is whatever you make of it. Wanna spend some time lounging on the beach doing absolutely nothing? There’s miles of beaches. Rather hike
La Fortuna is a picturesque little city right underneath a volcano. If you’re into fun forays that’ll take you to some of the neatest places
It’s hard to find a more magical and biodiverse place than Manuel Antonio National Park. It’s Costa Rica’s smallest national park, and one of its
Once you’ve been around Costa Rica, Monteverde comes as a pleasant change of scenery. It’s a cooler temperature, with greenery as far as the eye
La Fortuna waterfall was an immediate highlight during my time in Costa Rica. It strongly reminded me of ʻAkaka Falls State Park on Hawaiʻi Island.
Maggie, the Broke Girl Abroad, is just another Millennial who wanted to make a travel blog because of that one time she studied abroad.
Now a 9-to-5 employee, follow along as she attempts to see the world by balancing her budget, her 40 hour work week, and her precious, precious vacation days.
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