Category Archives: Costa Rica

10 Life Lessons You Learn from Cycle Touring

You cannot rush life. In all areas of your life, be it your relationship or your career, you just need to be patient. Which is something that I find incredibly difficult and especially in my very early 20s, I tried … Continue reading

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Our journey is coming to an end: Back to the Caribbean

We sold our bikes in San José with a smile in one eye and a tear in the other. These guys have done such a great job carrying us all the way through Central America. Six countries, over 2800 km … Continue reading

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Costa Rica as you picture it: National Park Manuel Antonio

Manuel Antonio is not super easy to get to when you’re on a bicycle as the climbs make it pretty tough. The six kilometers from Quepos to Manuel Antonio were probably the most difficult ones on the whole trip. Together … Continue reading

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The Gulf of Nicoya: Enjoying Costa Rica in its original state

The Nicoya peninsula is still pretty peaceful with lots of farms, happy Costaricans who wave at us while we’re cycling past and not a lot of tourists. We saw literally one shop with Costarican arts and crafts the whole way … Continue reading

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Costa Rica: The first week

Our final border crossing went just as smooth as all the other ones. We cycled into La Cruz where we spent the first night and were pleasantly surprised by the big portion sizes, the cornershops that you could actually walk … Continue reading

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