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A Little About Where it all Started

Welcome to Nifty Nature Fix! My story starts with being raised to a Costa Rican mother and a Canadian father. I moved to Costa Rica when I was young and we lived a simple non-materialistic life. Something resonated with me that living life on a budget while being sustainable was the way I wanted to continue living. I later became a geotechnical engineer, and was driven to that career by the pure power of the earth and the soil we stand on. I then wanted to incorporate nature and soil not only into my day job but also into my daily life.

I now live in Edmonton with my boyfriend and cat where we grow most of our produce organically in the summer and farmers market hunt in the winters!  I love having the chance to share my passions and wonderings with my lovely readers. Explore my site, and enjoy.

 

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Catarata Del Toro - Off the Beaten Path

Every time I go back to Costa Rica I try to check out some new places I've never been to. This last trip I did some research and found out about the Catarata del Toro (Del Toro waterfall) which looked pretty damn awesome to me. It also worked out because it ended up being somewhat on route from Arenal to my moms house in Grecia. We left La Fortuna in the morning to set off on our next adventure. Mike drove while I navigated, which at times was a bit stressful but we adapted the "Pura Vida" mentality and took things in stride. The directions to the waterfall took us on this skinny and winding mountainous road which was a tad scary at times but our little rental somehow made it and we arrived

The Must See Rio Celeste Waterfall

If you're thinking about visiting Costa Rica I definitely recommend fitting this waterfall into your itinerary, you won't be disappointed. Even if you're not an avid hiker, it is accessible to all kinds of physical levels. I saw some elderly people along the walks so trust me, you can do it. RIO CELESTE WATERFALL The closest town is called Bijagua, it's quite remote and doesn't see as many tourists. We stopped in at a local soda (costa rican mom & pop restaurant) and were not dissapointed. From this town to the entrance of the Park is about a 15-20 minute drive. The main entrance to get to the waterfall is from the Tenorio Volcano National Park. From there the hike is about a half hour to ge

 
 
 

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