directly next to the park. if your facing the parks main entrance, its to your left. we're going back next july/aug.
very cool typo. yea, i don't think i've ever been ALL the way down that road to the park entrance. we always entered by the beach entrance. make sure to get ahold of me before you come down. i'lll make sure to get you some good stuff.
hey kronika, thanks for stopping by. that's funny...most people don't know that costa rica produces what many consider the best coffee in the world. costa ricans were the ones that gave colombians the beans and taught them how to grow it. there are some great local brands down here. most of the real high esnd stuff is exported though. you can still get it if you visit the farms. all the old school family farms always have gift shops and tours for people. even the cheap coffee sold in the grocery stores is better than most anything you can find in the U.S. i can't tell you how much coffee i send to friends and family. lol. the crazy thing is i've never had a cup of coffee in my life. don't know why. never liked the taste of it. i love the smell though...especially fresh ground coffee. weird...haha. i like the smell of gas too but i'm not gonna drink it either.
A friend of mine was down there a couple of years ago visiting some buddies and grabbed a sack of La Minita Tarrazu. He swears it's the best damn coffee he's ever tasted.
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