Gold lobsters from the Museo de Oro
At Barva’s Parque Central
The hill at Parque de la Paz. One of my outdoor running routes is around (but not up!) this hill, although people do come here to do hill sprints! The path itself is about a half a mile and does have a slope to it as well, as you can see.
The Basilica in Cartago comes into sight after over 20 km of walking!
I visited a more upscale neighborhood that included some more modern houses. This neighborhood reminded me a bit of southern California.
We toured some more of the downtown parks today and took some photos
Translation- In this neighborhood we don’t have a single extra kid- drive carefully!
A wild sloth, or “kukula”, as the locals called it, was just a few feet from the cabin where we stayed!
A baby sloth at the sloth sanctuary
Driving through the Parque Braulio Carrillo- no, I did not take the photo, I was driving!
I don’t post a lot about it here, but a lot of my time is spent at “work” in some form or another to facilitate the program. This is a meeting I attended today. This photo features the universal “sit in the back and play with my smartphone” guy.
Volcan Poás, clearly still an active volcano
One of the hedges at Zarcero