DrFumblefinger enjoyed watching this pair paddling a canoe down a canal near Tortuguero National Park in Costa Rica.
DrFumblefinger shares some of the sights he encountered while cruising the canals near Costa Rica's northeastern coast.
Early one morning, just after dawn, DrFumblefinger enjoyed the views of the still water reflecting the jungle foliage.
DrFumblefinger tours a coffee plantation in eastern Costa Rica, part of a cooperative of local coffee growers.
DrFumblefinger visits the first all metal building constructed in Costa Rica. Built about 125 years ago from metal plates constructed in Europe, the structure was and remains in use as a school.
DrFumblefinger shares photos of a work of art he saw in a park in Costa Rica's capitol city.
DrFumblefinger was lucky enough to spot this motmot while hiking in Arenal Volcano National Park.
Sylvia did a side hike to a beautiful canyon near the Mi Cafecito coffee processing plant in Costa Rica
DrFumblefinger came across this unusual, mummified moth demonstrating an overgrowth of the white fungus that killed it.
DrFumblefinger admires this old bank building which he spotted while exploring old San Jose. The company has become successful and today is Costa Rica's largest bank, but this structure points to humble origins.
DrFumblefinger shares an encounter with a coatimundi on the rim of a dormant volcano in Costa Rica.
Gumbo was visiting the Basilica of Our Lady of the Angels in the city of, Cartago. It is Costa Rica's most important church and the site of pilgrimage each August.
DrFumblefinger spotted this bird on a jungle walk on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. He admired how it blended in beautifully with its surroundings.
DrFumblefinger finds an unusual piece of public art while rambling around San Jose.
Would you have guessed that this highly unusual and well camouflaged insect was a praying mantis? If so, you're smarter than me.