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Some 4 km below the Irazú parking we passed by a private volcanology museum. We wanted to see it, but it was closed. However in the garden was a feeding bottle attracting humingbirds. So here are a...
South from Cartago, on the way to Camino Real, there are plenty of pineapple plantations. Just get out from the road and take your time to walk through the plantations.
Not necessary to say, fruits...
South from Cartago, the Interamericana starts to climb the mountains, till the highest point, Cerro de la muerte.
If you take the small road on the right (it's well indicated), after 2 km there is a...
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foggy volcanos & a sunny town...
the ruins of the old cathedral and...
Cartago and the Volcán Irazú
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We only passed through Cartago a few times, when visiting Guayabo, Volcán Irazú and the Orosi valley. Well, we also had a decent meal in a restaurant facing the Basílica. Hence this photo.
This church was ruined by the 1910 earthquake and the inside is now converted into a lovely garden. Unfurtunatly we couldn't enter the garden as it was closed the day we visited.
Cute Town and Awsome Volcano
The Irazu Volcano is located only 24 miles from San Jose. It has an elevation of 11,260 so is cool all the time and in a cloud forrest. It is well worth the trip for San Jose it is a really cool...
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