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