One week into my recent trip to Costa Rica, on a day off from surfing classes, myself and some friends thought we’d venture south to the much talked about Manuel Antonio National Park and see if we could spot some sloths and other native creatures. This is what we saw (with the help of our … More Manuel Antonio Nature Reserve: A Photo Essay
Last month, after an incredible 2 weeks of learning to surf at School of the World, I spent 3 weeks backpacking around Costa Rica and Panama, and I absolutely loved it. I totally fell in love with both countries (I have a bit of a soft spot for Costa Rica though, probably because I spent … More A 3 Week Itinerary for Costa Rica & Panama
Yep, it’s another post about Costa Rica… I just spent 5 weeks there, didn’t you know? Ok, ok, yes I’m now a little bit obsessed with this glorious country and think that you should be too. So, just in case you ever take my advice and one day find yourself there, I’ve put together the … More Top 20 Things To Do In Costa Rica
If you follow me on social media, you’ll know that I just spent 5 weeks exploring Costa Rica and Panama, and loved every single minute of it. I think Costa Rica is my new favourite country, and you should all go there right now! There will be plenty of posts in the coming weeks all … More 12 Things I Noticed About Costa Rica
Last week I split my time between two different countries, spending the first few days in Costa Rica, and the second half of the week in Panama, or more precisely, in Bocas del Toro, visiting different islands and enjoying the luxuries of beaches such as this one, where the phrase ‘no filter required’ … More Photo of the Week: No Filter Required
Written by Charly Avern This week we visited the gorgeous beach town of Montezuma, Costa Rica. In the strictest sense it is barely a town; it comprises of a corner of road surrounded by a few cafes, hotels and a convenience store. Hammocks hang on hotel balconies, the locals are some of the friendliest people … More Is There Such Thing As An Unspoilt Beach?
Our stay at School of the World continued in much the same manner as our first week, enjoying the sunshine and the super chilled culture, except this week I was doing surfing and yoga classes instead of double surf. I know… me, doing yoga! It’s always something I’ve never been that keen on, thinking it … More A Costa Rican Adventure (Part 2): Week 2 at School of the World… This Time, I Do Yoga
If you’ve been following me on Instagram and Facebook, you’ve probably realised by now that I’m in Costa Rica at a place called School of the World, on a learning vacation and loving it! It’s been a hectic first week, exploring, eating, enjoying the sunshine (but not loving the humidity) and, most importantly, learning to surf! … More A Costa Rican Adventure (Part 1): Surfing and More at School of the World