These are more of my un-used pictures from my trip in Costa Rica. Mostly from around Manuel Antonio, Arenal, Monteverde and Corcovado National Park. With more than a quarter of the country's total land comprising of national parks, reserves and refuges, it is no wonder then that this country's greatest national treasure is it's plethora of natural diversity. I was really surprised by how much I loved it. Very secluded, many days we didn't see anyone except at the lovely hotel. Great service and we even had massages. Having been through this pandemic now, I think I could easily live there. It was not uncommon in the morning to have coati's, monkeys, or exotic birds on the deck, and the hotel is mostly all open air, with the ability to be closed up for bad storms. It too, was not uncommon, to see birds and small lizards breeze through. I shared many of those on my insta. Home to some of the most colorful and exotic flora and fauna on earth, and one of the most bio-diverse regions in the world, yet this tiny country is the habitat of some 10,000 species of plants and trees. It's lush and verdant, and steamy. A good place for the avid nature lover. The scenery can't be beat, and you'll see some of the most pristine and secluded jungles that play host to a varied cast of huge insects, mammals, retiles and birds. And Warbucks got a great picture of me from above at one of the many waterfalls, one of my favorite pictures to date. I miss this place. And we had an outdoor shower.