This Costa Rican Life: Episode 3

For reference, this sloth is the size of an American football.

Note: Camille does not approve of use of this image. I, however, do.




32 thoughts on “This Costa Rican Life: Episode 3

  1. Michelle in N. Cal

    Gorgeous photos! You girls both look so healthy and fit! PS – I might be jealous of that scenery and food but I can’t say I am jealous of being so close to that snake! eek.

  2. kristen @ verbs and vignettes

    is that sloth not smiling the happiest smile ever…? also, i am ridiculously jealous of your life in costa rica, for really, mainly, the food. i definitely just saved your paragraph explaining your lunchtime salad as my grocery list for next week. ;-)

  3. Danielle

    I have to tell you that I have been reading your blog for a few months now, and this is actually my first time commenting I believe (coming out of my shell ;)) You are both gorgeous, and it looks like you’re having a life-changing trip.

    Those spider pictures, though, while pretty…kinda scare the bejesus out of me! lol. Just picturing myself there…I’d have been freaking out ;)

  4. Shay Re

    What beautiful pictures of you beautiful ladies. I am so happy to have found your blog. Its grounding, heartwarming, and inspirational. Thank you for sharing your adventures with us.

  5. Maryellen Loiacono

    get the hell back into the house and lock the doors and windows, and then wrap the house in a massive net.


  6. Regina

    You girls look so beautiful, and like you are having the time of your lives their in Costa Rica.
    I am jealous of how pretty you look even after hiking through the jungle. My husband and I are in Thailand (extreme humidity) and I am disgusted by every picture taken after the slightest bit of activity…red face, sweaty sheen and frizzy hair…argh

    Whats your secret?

  7. johnny

    You two are just too darn gorgous!! Love the local wild life, I’m sure they were admiring you as much as you them!! :)

  8. Becky

    Do be careful of that gorgeous yellow snake. It looks very viper-y, kill you dead-ish. Gorgeous, deadly snakes aside, it looks like paradise!

  9. BIrd

    What lovely ladies! You look like you’re having the time of your lives. I’m quite envious!

    I love all the wildlife photos! Even the creepy crawlies ;-) And I’m really surprised at how small that sloth is. Without your reference I was thinking more like chimp size…

    Looking forward to your next update :-)

  10. Trish

    Love, love, love the photos! Looks like your enjoying your adventure to it’s fullest. So jealous of your sun kissed coloring!! :)

    Be safe and make memories!

  11. Jaya

    Hey Andie!!!

    I love love love your blog!! Made the guac the other day….amazing!!! I was wondering, how did you tone up once you lost all the weight?? You look amazing!! I’d love to have no stretch marks, etc!!!

  12. mariana, costa rica

    i’m so glad you two are having a good time in limon!! very nice pictures!

    1. Michell

      :Not like other ancient curlutes, foods was normally plentiful in ancient Egypt. The Egyptians relied on the yearly flooding of the Nile to produce fertile lands that yielded crops that fed the masses. Scenes of animal husbandry and butchery, were a fixture on the walls of Egyptian tombs. No much less unusual, are scenes of fishing and fishermen along with images and hieroglyphs about the preparation of fish for eating, and pictures of birds and foul staying plucked and preserved.


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