My post on San Jose is going to be a short one even though we have spent 2 nights there. Frankly speaking, San Jose seemed to be the most depressing place in Costa Rica, the… [continue reading]
Monteverde Costa Rica was our last adventurous stop before heading out to San Jose and flying back home after a 20 day trip in Central America. Now it was the time for some adventurous things… [continue reading]
Jaco, quoted to be the most visited coastal destination in Costa Rica, certainly feels touristy. You can find anything you want or need in here: plenty of souvenir shops, tattoo salons, surf shops, cafes, restaurants… [continue reading]
Since our traveling plans were destroyed by Costa Rica border control, we had only one night stay in Uvita, which turned out to be an exclusively beautiful place. It is one of the underrated places… [continue reading]
After spending more than a week in Panama, the next point in our 20 day Panama – Costa Rica trip was supposed to be on the Costa Rican side. Now the task was in crossing… [continue reading]
The main reason why we went to Boquete in the first place is to hike the highest peak in the country – Volcano Baru which is 3.474 meters high above the sea level. Yeah!
It took us around 8 hours to get to Boquete from Panama City. To learn more about technicalities of the trip you can read my post on Central America travel route.
Yes, it is possible to see Central America in 20 days! During this time you should be able to visit the main things in Costa Rica and Panama and not only in a rush travel-through,… [continue reading]
Oh, where do I begin my tale of the life-changing experience that San Blas islands tour granted me with? You have probably seen those desktop background pictures showing a ‘paradise-on-earth’ beautiful places where everyone wants… [continue reading]
Here it comes, my first post. I am going to start with a place that actually inspired me to start writing – Pretty Panama. This was my first time in Americas and, to be honest,… [continue reading]