After a long break from canyoneering, we made our spring debut by running San Antonio Falls. With the pleasures of a sunny day and ice-cold waterfalls pounding our heads, we couldn’t have asked for a better start to the season…although we were both admittedly out of shape.
Enjoy the video!
Running San Antonio Canyon
**Disclaimer: Canyoneering comes with serious risks and should only be done if you have proper training or an experienced leader. The information above is not to be used to attempt the canyon and is purposely vague. For proper guidance, check with your local canyoneering experts.
Taking a short break from our respective industries, we jetted down to Costa Rica for a long weekend. Not a lot of wandering from place to place, as our time was limited. We flew into the capital city, San José, and then took a bus to Puerto Viejo, where we stayed in a cheap (read no-frills) hostel for a few days. While in Puerto Viejo, there was a lot of unseasonal rain. We spent our days walking up and down the coast, watching for sloths and other wildlife in the trees, swimming in the ocean, and eating chocolate and seafood.
Some footage of a swim at Playa Negra.