Mentioned on Steven And Chris Today!

Thanks to my lovely friend Alicia Taggio for giving me a mention on her spot on the Steven and Chris show today (March 5, 2013) on CBC!

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Hanging out in a local Bribri village with some native Costa Ricans teaching me how to make chocolate.

Costa Rica is an awesome destination for people wanting to do something a little different for Spring Break this year! There are so many things to see and do from learning to surf, to trekking through a rainforest, going ziplining, riding Gondolas through the tree tops, getting a tan on the beach or by the pool, eating some delicious food and touring Vanilla farms, learning to make chocolate and of course hanging out with one of Costa Rica’s coolest residents! The sloth!!

To read more about my travels in Costa Rica, check out these posts and stay tuned for more this month! If you have any questions about Costa Rica or my travels please leave a comment or send me an email! cailinoneil (at) travelyourself.ca

Costa Rica As Seen Through Instagram Photos

VideoCosta Rica as seen through the lens of my Samsung

Costa Rica Photo Essay

Vanilla Beans – Daily Food Photo

SLOTHS

The Sloths of Costa Rica

Sloths in Costa Rica

Facts About Sloths! Cute, Adorable and Fascinating!

 

You can also LIKE me on Facebook.com/TravelYourself and follow along on my travels on twitter! @cailinoneil and @travelyourself

If you are nervous about planning your trip to Costa Rica by yourself then I recommend checking out LatitudesAdventure.com who helped me with parts of my trip when I wasn’t sure what to do and I had a great time!

cailin sloths jaguar

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    brittney
    March 10, 2013 at 9:49 pm

    I love your blog!!! I am new on the scene and am so interested in travel, I am working on making it a big part of my life and I have started so small, I hope you check out my blog and thank you for your blog! Its been an inspiration to me!

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