NANFA-L-- Re: nanfa-l-digest V1 #91

Subject: NANFA-L-- Re: nanfa-l-digest V1 #91
From: Traci Greve (
Date: Sun Nov 14 2004 - 11:51:58 CST

I went down to Costa Rica a few years ago. It
definitly was an adventure! We stayed a few days on
Drake Bay-in-a Wilderness resort. It took a small
plane, a truck and a boat just to get to the place!
They took us on daily outings to snorkel the reefs and
into the rainforest. (great snorkeling) Other places I
would reccomend are Monte Verde, and the Skywalk. The
Skywalk is a series of bridges through the canopy of
the rainforest. We got a personal guide because we
went during the rainy season. (which is really the
most beautiful season) One thing I found very
depressing was the deforestation. I had heard of them
cutting down the rainforest, but to see mountains as
far as you could see totally devoid of trees was



  personally i would like to hear of an adventure down
in those neck of
the jungle. what a experience that would be.
  heck... maybe some of our esteemed members would
take us there w/ =
current vivid recollections.
  aint too far south of our na border to be of
interest to yankees.

   i should have raised my hand!

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