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I personally adore the balance of poise and swiftness of the hummers! When they buzz around your ears around the feeders they make a lot of noise around and as you can see when they sit around they prove to be as elegant as a Resplendent Quetzal. .
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Algunas postales de playa Quesera... Un lugar que hacía rato quería conocer y al fin pude cumplir el objetivo. Acá va mi reseña:
1. Llegada: Más fácil de lo que creía, después de tomar el Ferry a Paquera se debe manejar alrededor de 40 minutos hasta el refugio de vida silvestre Curu (que de paso es hermoso). Una vez en el refugio se puede tomar una lancha hasta Quesera ($15 ida y vuelta) o bien llegar a pie. Para llegar caminando se debe recorrer un sendero durante hora y media aproximadamente (yo obvio llegué en lancha jaja porque aunque amo caminar quería aprovechar más el día). Para la lancha hay varios horarios, nosotros la tomamos a eso de las 8:30 y nos recogieron de vuelta a las 12:30. El viaje en lancha es de 5 minutos.
2. Primera impresión: ¡Que pequeñita se ve! Uno imagina una playa extensa como muchas en el pacífico, pero no. Quesera es un rinconcito de arena blanca y agua turquesa aislado del mundo.
Siproeta stelenes is a neotropical brush-footed butterfly. The malachite has large wings that are black and brilliant green or yellow-green on the upperside and light brown and olive green on the underside. It is named for the mineral malachite, which is similar in color to the bright green on the butterfly's wings.
Most rivers are brown, green or clear, but Río Celeste is weirdly blue — in places blue like the sky, in places blue like the bluest blue in a box of crayons. Or in our case blue like the shirt of misterbucketlist!
Most rivers are brown, green or clear, but Río Celeste is weirdly blue — in places blue like the sky, in places blue like the bluest blue in a box of crayons.
Suspended particles in one river called alumino-silicates collide with another river, laying down a visible line of white sediment at the bottom of the confluence. But just downstream, these same sediments float into the current at just the right size and with just the right chemical properties to reflect the spectrum of the sun in only blue — giving this river its spectacular color.
Be forewarned that the river may be muddy and brown when you arrive. The best time of year to see Río Celeste actually celeste is December through April, the so-called dry season, but be advised that it rains here cuando Dios quiere, and the river may be blue or brown at any time.
🍃Death is not the biggest fear we have; our biggest fear is taking the risk to be alive...🍃 These hanging bridges go as high as 148 feet & we crossed them! The adrenaline was out of this world but once you crossed the 1st one, the other 5 were easy! FEAR of what?!!! #PuraVida •
Waterfalls are Nature’s Waterslide 💦
There’s something so calming and magical about a waterfall. This is the La Fortuna Waterfall and no visit to the Arenal area is complete without seeing this beautiful waterfall!
The waterfall is just 10 minutes from the city center and costs $18 per person to visit. It wasn’t terribly crowded when we went, but if you want to avoid the crowds go when they open at 7am.
TIPS: If you plan on swimming bring water shoes! The rocks are sharper leading down to the water and your feet will thank you for it.
My Costa Rica one week itinerary is linked in bio!