You don’t go to Costa Rica to learn a few fashion tips from the locals. It’s mostly grab bag clothing, generic, and unremarkable on the street fashion scene. You do go to Costa Rica though to see the wild life. And in just six days we saw so much more than I ever thought possible. I hope you enjoy my photos. I certainly enjoyed making them.
The next photo was the find of our trip. The scarlet Macaw is a well known pet in the USA, but to actually see it in the wild of Costa Rica is rare. We stepped out of the bus and all the guides were a titter because they could hear macaws close by having a fit. Their noise is unmistakable. It was easy to find them. There were three up in the tree. Two of them were just having a lover’s quarrel. They mate for life. I was enthralled to find them because they aren’t normally in the area of Limon, but rather in the pacific on the Osa peninsula…exactly where we will take our second trip to Costa Rica. It was a great gift from God that we had the delight and opportunity to see wild scarlet macaws on our trip. Many people live in Costa Rica for a long time without seeing what we saw that morning.