Bus stops are always a fun places to watch humanity. A San José, Costa Rica bus stop is no different. While waiting for a bus from San José to Puerto Jimeniz to hike in the Corcovado National Park, I snapped this shot of an interesting local reading the newspaper.
San José to Puerto Jimeniz is a ten hour trip traveling through over 350 kms of the country. This trip consists of half the country as the capital is centrally located. After watching half of the countryside pass by I can attest this country has no Iowa, Kansas, or Indiana regions as the whole bus ride I was staring open mouthed in awe at the beauty of the scenery.
It would only get better when I stepped on a small plane which would take me into the wild lands of Corcovado National Park. National Geographic calls this place the most biologically intense place on the planet.
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