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    • We think those were spider monkeys. The next morning I jogged past the same area and heard, but couldn't see, a howler monkey down the slope. We engaged in some call and response but I think he figured out it was FAKE howling

    • Okay, the ziplining was kinda touristy but so much fun. They even let you go upside down or fly on your stomach like superman. I held my iPhone and recorded POV footage as I pretended I was Christopher Reeve.

      This is Vin looking cooler than he did wearing his American tourist hat.

    • Great photos, Robert. Now I'm missing Costa Rica all over again. Love your tagline: Photographer, life enthusiast. I have a hoodie that says "Photography is a love affair with life."

    • Dude....my zest for life pales with your energy output partially capsulated spawning ADVRIDER. You have that unique gift to perpetuate inspiration. I remember getting a couple of photos on the home page rotation and that provided even more extra inspiration. Very few of "YOU" out there on this planet earth but thanks for all that you do!

    • Costa Rica is an amazing place. Very safe with lots of variety. My last visit was two-up with my wife during rainy season - she was quite the trooper with our daily drenchings. Our transportation, accommodations, and photography skills weren't quite on par with yours so I'll spare you the pictures. Maybe one shot showing our photography skills and equipment. 😁

      If you go back, take the ferry to Montezuma. The scenery on the ferry ride is breathtaking and Montezuma has a laid back flavor that's hard to beat. You won't find 5-star hotels or fine dining there though. It's geared more towards college age slackers but is still a hoot for us boring middle aged tourists.