Just returned from almost 3-weeks in Costa Rica. We drove a solid chunk of the country, then my wife and kiddo flew home while I stayed on to help co-create the kick-off retreat for this year’s Good Life Project Immersion program.
Everywhere you go in Costa Rica, people say “pura vida.” It’s a greeting, a wish, a punctuation mark, a state of mind. It translates literally to “pure life,” but it’s intention is more “relax, enjoy life, live well, my friend.” That pretty much sums up the Costa Rican approach to life where 1o minutes could really mean 30 and 10 kilometers is “sometime today.” And, it’s all good. Major mindset reset from the NYC approach to and pace of life.
I had all these things I’d planned to share about the adventure. How stunning the country is, how “occasional” the roads are, how warm the people are. But this time, I decided to try to capture and share much of the journey not in words, but in images.
So, here’s my second “Through My Eyes” visual gallery. The images are minimally processed or edited, if at all. It’s a place where what nature gives is enough untouched…
Pura vida, friends!
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