• 10 favorite images of Costa Rica
    Posted by at November 6th
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    Of all things to see in Costa Rica, we’ve chosen 10 favorites. These are only ten images out of hundreds we photographed while vacationing in Jaco, Quepos and La Fortuna. These ten photos prompt the most memorable experiences from this beautiful, tropical Central American country. And we can’t wait to go back for more…

    1. Black Ctenosaurexplores the gardens at Casa de Mariposas, Jaco

    2. Infinity pool, gardens and view of Arenal Volcano at Arenal Lodge, La Fortuna

    3. Blue and Yellow Macaws near Arenal Lodge, La Fortuna

    4. Crested Guan outside our suite at Tabacon Grand Spa Thermal Resort, La Fortuna

    5. La Paz Waterfall Gardens

    6. Blue morpho butterfly feasts on bananas at La Paz Waterfall Gardens

    7. American crocodiles bask in the sun at Rio Tarcoles Bridge

    8. Dark sand on Jaco Beach, near Club del Mar Resort

    9.White, fine sand beach at Manuel Antonio National Park near Quepos

    10. Red ginger blossoms at Tabacon Resort

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    Bio: One of Nancy Garrett’s favorite journalism jobs was as writer-editor-photographer for an Arizona travel magazine. She hopes to develop that same sense of passion with her blog, AZGetawayTravel, where she writes about her travel experiences, travel tips, recommended destinations, lodging and restaurants. She also shares travel deals. Destinations and evaluations are based solely on personal preferences. No free lodging, food or other gifts are accepted in association with her entries. Garrett, an Ohio native, moved to Arizona in 1978 and has lived in Mesa, Chandler, Gilbert and Show Low. She attended graduate school at Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. She and her husband have traveled throughout the United States and to Costa Rica, Mexico, Canada and the Bahamas.

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