One of our favorite things, from the very first vacation adventures, was to catch every sunset we could… Continue reading In the Beginning Was a Sunset..
It’s about the magic of revelation, about the anticpation of greatness tinged with the fear of failure. There is magic in growing up and learning what we are capable of even in the face of insurmountable odds. Continue reading If I Took a Train….
One of our favorite excursions was our early morning visit to Villa Vanilla Spice Farm, located just outside of Quepos. Our tour bus picked us up at Byblos Hotel in Manuel Antonio for the early tour which was great because … Continue reading Spice Up Your Vacation at Villa Vanilla!
Did I mention we go to BarbaRoja a lot? Yep, I thought so. Well, we were there last night for another lovely sunset but were having fun with friends and enjoying the music of Robbie Clark, so I did not snap as many photos of the setting sun as I normally would have. I just wanted to post a bit of our fun and let you get a peek at Robbie and the band. Good times. Never a dull view.. PS Sorry no photo of the burger. It was devoured pretty quickly after it arrived. Oops. Next time. 🙂 Continue reading Encore BarbaRoja!
Hola! We have made several trips to Costa Rica and have to say that no trip would have been complete without a stay at La Posada. Mike, Jonathan, Estaban and the entire staff there do everything they can to make your stay comfortable and warm. From the breakfast served out on the patio to their themed food nights, everything is done with a homey feel and style that makes you think you are with family. They have, in fact, become like family to us. Whether staying in the bungalows as we did, or in the larger Casa or Villa, every … Continue reading Welcome to La Posada!
This view is a standard at Villas El Parque and another great restaurant in Manuel Antonio called Agua Azul. Casual dining, great variety and very accommodating staff make for a fun evening and a great way to catch a sunset in Manuel Antonio. You can check out their menu at http://www.cafeaguaazul.com On our last arrival to Costa Rica we missed a turn and ended up on our way to Caldera, landing us in a very pretty bay area park that was inhabited by street vendors selling scrumptious chicharones, chicken on a stick and other little “goodies”. I wanted the chicharones … Continue reading Photographer’s Paradise