Capturing stories: the tale of the blue-footed booby

Capturing stories: the tale of the blue-footed booby

Capturing stories: the tale of the blue-footed booby October 24, 2018 I am a storyteller in everything I do. I tell stories in my work at the castle, in my books and in my blogs. I love researching and unraveling mysteries and doing so I find stories everywhere. Sometimes I share these stories so others
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Nature in Costa Rica: brightly colored hummingbirds

Nature in Costa Rica: brightly colored hummingbirds

Nature in Costa Rica: brightly colored hummingbirds December 8, 2017 Costa Rica is known for it’s impressive nature. We watched huge turtles laying their eggs on the beach, we were amazed by the large amount of butterflies in all colors you can imagen and we even found a sloth. But most impressive were the brightly
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Pura Vida: palm trees in Costa Rica

Pura Vida: palm trees in Costa Rica

Pura Vida: palm trees in Costa Rica October 15, 2017 Palm trees mean tropical vibes and I immediately get the vision of myself lying in a hammock in sunny beach paradise. I was so lucky to see some amazing palm trees in the Bahamas, Hawaii and Egypt. But it was Costa Rica that surprised me.
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Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve in Costa Rica

Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve in Costa Rica

Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve in Costa Rica October 13, 2017 Costa Rica is a small Central American country, located between Panama and Honduras. Unlike most Central American and South American countries, it has a peaceful history. There never was war and the country even has no army. It’s a peaceful, green oasis. Nature is impressive
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Visiting Tortuguero Rainforest in Costa Rica

Visiting Tortuguero Rainforest in Costa Rica

Visiting Tortuguero Rainforest in Costa Rica September 11, 2017 The beautiful rainforest Tortuguero is located in northeastern Costa Rica. This remote place can only be reached by air or by boat. The boattrip from the mainland to the lodges deep in the rainforest is an adventure on its own, following winding rivers and spotting abundant
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