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Things to Do in Durham this Weekend (Jun 1-4)

2023.06.01 21:00 DiscoverDurham Things to Do in Durham this Weekend (Jun 1-4)

Check out our full Durham events calendar.
If you'd like to add an event to our calendar, submit an event here. Please check with the event organizers to see if events change due to weather. Have a great weekend!

June Featured Events

53rd Annual Bimbé Cultural Arts Festival at Rock Quarry Park
1776 at DPAC
PLAYlist Concert Series: Raíces, Rutas, y Ritmos at Durham Central Park

Venue Weekend Schedules

Events at The Carolina Theatre
Events at The Pinhook
Events at Motorco Music hall
Events at The Fruit
Live Music at Blue Note Grill
Events at Moon Dog Meadery
Live Music at Sharp 9 Gallery
Events at Arcana
Events at Rubies on Five Points
Events at Durty Bull Brewing Company
Live Comedy at Mettlesome
Events at Boxyard RTP
Events at Glass Jug Beer Lab in RTP
Events at Glass Jug Beer Lab in Downtown Durham

Local Sports

Durham Bulls Home Stand at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park
Running of the Bulls 8K at Historic Durham Athletic Park

Thursday, Jun 1

Thirsty Thursdays at Dashi
Vinyl Night with DJ Deckades at Gizmo Brew Works
Boulders & Brews Meetup at Triangle Rock Club - Durham
Trivia Night w/Big Slow Tom at Clouds Brewing Brightleaf Square

Friday, Jun 2

Tasting at Ten at Counter Culture Coffee
Garden Printing: Cyanotypes and Hammered Flower Prints on Fabric at Duke Campus Farm

Saturday, Jun 3

Durham Farmers’ Market at Durham Central Park
South Durham Farmers' Market at Greenwood Commons Shopping Center
parkrun Durham at Southern Boundaries Park
Hayti Walking History Tour at Hayti Heritage Center
Nasher Community Celebration at the Nasher Museum of Art
MAKRS Pop-up at Durham Central Park
Crafternoons at Gizmo Brew Works
Beaver Queen Pageant — Once Upon a Wetland... at Duke Park

Sunday, Jun 4

Al Strong Presents Jazz Brunch at Alley Twenty Six
Art-n-Soul Market at Mystic Farm & Distillery
Public Tour at Duke Chapel
Trivia at Navigator Beverage Co.

Running Art Exhibits

upstART Gallery: A Jim Lee Project at Pop Box Gallery
Exhibit at 21c Museum Hotel
“Extra-Spectral” at the Durham Art Guild Truist Gallery
Donna Stubbs, Featured Artist at 5 Points Gallery
Chieko Murasugi & Renzo Ortega at Craven Allen Gallery
Spirit in the Land at the Nasher
Andy Warhol: You Look Good in Pictures at the Nasher
Art of Peru at the Nasher
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2023.06.01 20:37 Financial_Sundae_813 Rental car

Could someone with experience please walk me through the best way to go about getting a rental car in Costa Rica? I know there’s a million questions in here about it but I am still confused…
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2023.06.01 18:24 rugbyfool89 AITA for taking 2 seashells from a beach?

My wife, my son (12), my mom, and me are all on vacation in the Dominican Republic.
We all went to this beach excursion thing and my son and I decided to look for seashells. We each found a couple of small (< 3” x 3” x 2”) seashells that we really liked and wanted to take home.
For a little bit of context, we all previously went to Costa Rica where they had a bunch of signage and the like about not removing anything that is natural. I took back a small rock and my wife wasn’t pleased to say the least. Haven’t seen any signage or the like here in the DR but a similar assumption could be made I suppose.
Back to a few days ago. Once my wife caught wind of the seashells we had brought back to the chairs to take home. She voiced her displeasure. I will try to summarize the conversation as best as I can.
W: “why are you taking those? That’s very disrespectful and you’re producing a negative impact on the environment”
Me: “although I can’t argue there is a negative impact it is IMO extremely negligible”
W: “well if everyone (tourists) has that mindset then can’t you see how that is a problem?”
Me: “well yeah I guess but I doubt all the tourists or even a significant number care to take anything as most seem to be preoccupied with taking pictures or just lounging around”
W: “so you don’t think it’s a problem?”
Me: “no…you’re acting like I’m pillaging the land for resources or something”
W: “you basically are”
Me: “no I’m not… if they sell jars of sand and seashells back in stores all over Florida i don’t see how this is like necessarily a bad thing even though it’s a different country”
W: “you don’t think that’s regulated?”
Me: “uhhh I highly doubt it”
This went back and forth for a little while with variations on the same responses. Until it eventually devolved because into me saying she was trying to be morally superior about the argument and ridiculous because it’s TWO seashells.
She then went onto basically say that I wasn’t respecting her thoughts and ideals because I said it was a ridiculous argument…thereby implying she herself is ridiculous I guess.
I should add that at this point she was probably 3-4 drinks down and doesn’t have a good track record with holding her liquor. She by no means is an alcoholic at all but the previous sentence holds true.
She kind of got fed up I guess and said she wanted a divorce and that she was going to book a trip back home tomorrow. This was a few days ago and she hasn’t booked a trip back but and we haven’t spoke and has pretty much turned the second half of this vacation into being terrible for obvious reasons.
I know her standpoint beyond the actual argument is going to be that I don’t respect her ideals and that I called her ridiculous.
So Reddit, AITA for taking two seashells and/or “calling her ridiculous”?
I foresee ESH in the comments but id like to hear thoughts.
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2023.06.01 16:20 Ok-Bathroom9563 The Bikinis/Swimsuits I Wore On My Costa Rica Vacation

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2023.06.01 06:50 nosaraestatesreviews Nosara Estates Reviews And Complaints 2023 Beach Vacations Tips We're Recommending for Everyone

Nosara Estates Reviews And Complaints 2023 Beach Vacations Tips We're Recommending for Everyone
Welcome to Nosara Estates, a luxurious residential community nestled in the pristine beauty of Nosara, Costa Rica. Nosara Estates offers a remarkable blend of tranquility, natural wonders, and modern comforts, making it an ideal destination for those seeking an extraordinary lifestyle.

Nosara Estates Reviews And Complaints 2023 Beach Vacations Tips We're Recommending for Everyone
Situated on the stunning Pacific coast of Costa Rica, Nosara Estates is surrounded by lush tropical rainforests, breathtaking beaches, and an abundance of wildlife. The community embraces sustainable living and conservation, ensuring that residents can enjoy the beauty of nature while minimizing their ecological footprint.
At Nosara Estates, you will find a range of exquisite properties designed to cater to diverse preferences and lifestyles. Whether you seek a spacious oceanfront villa with panoramic views, an elegant jungle retreat engulfed in serenity, or a contemporary condominium with all the modern amenities, this exclusive community has it all.
The development of Nosara Estates also prioritizes the creation of a thriving social atmosphere. Residents have access to world-class amenities, including a state-of-the-art fitness center, spa facilities, gourmet dining options, and beautifully landscaped gardens. Additionally, the community offers a range of recreational activities, such as surfing, yoga, hiking, and horseback riding, ensuring there is never a dull moment.
Nosara Estates represents a harmonious fusion of natural beauty, luxury, and a commitment to sustainable living. Whether you are seeking a permanent residence, a vacation home, or a sound investment opportunity, this exceptional community provides an unparalleled lifestyle that will exceed your expectations. Embrace the tranquility and embrace the remarkable experience that Nosara Estates has to offer.
A beach vacation is often considered one of the best types of vacations for several reasons:
  1. Relaxation: Beaches are naturally soothing and serene environments. The sound of the waves, the feel of the sand, and the gentle ocean breeze create a tranquil atmosphere that promotes relaxation. The calming effects of the beach can help reduce stress and rejuvenate the mind and body.
  2. Scenic Beauty: Beaches offer breathtaking natural beauty. The vast expanse of the ocean, the shimmering water, and the stunning sunsets provide picturesque views that are both awe-inspiring and refreshing. Whether you prefer a tropical paradise, a rugged coastline, or a serene beach town, there are numerous options to choose from.
  3. Variety of Activities: Beach vacations offer a wide range of activities to suit different interests and preferences. You can relax on the beach, go swimming, sunbathe, build sandcastles, or simply enjoy a leisurely stroll along the shoreline. Additionally, there are opportunities for water sports such as snorkeling, surfing, kayaking, and jet skiing. Many beaches also offer beachside amenities like beach volleyball, beach bars, and restaurants, making it a versatile destination for fun and entertainment.
  4. Health Benefits: Spending time at the beach can have numerous health benefits. The sun provides vitamin D, which is essential for maintaining strong bones and a healthy immune system. The sand offers a natural exfoliant for your feet, and walking barefoot on the beach can help improve balance and strengthen foot muscles. The ocean water is also known for its therapeutic properties, as swimming or floating in it can promote relaxation, improve circulation, and soothe skin conditions.
  5. Family-Friendly: Beach vacations are often a popular choice for families. Children can enjoy building sandcastles, playing in the water, and exploring the beach, while parents can relax and unwind. Many beach destinations also offer family-friendly accommodations and amenities, making it convenient for families to have an enjoyable vacation together.
While the preference for a beach vacation ultimately depends on individual tastes and preferences, the combination of relaxation, scenic beauty, activities, health benefits, and family-friendly options make beach vacations a popular choice for many people seeking a memorable and rejuvenating getaway. Today Nosara Estates is trending worldwide due to top class beach homes available for easy ownership as well as on rent.
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2023.06.01 03:40 bananabrownie OC nurse suffers severe spinal cord injury during freak accident while on vacation in Costa Rica

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2023.05.31 17:00 vistagolfo Get your chance to make your dream for real

We include everything you need for vacation: accommodation, food, and exciting adventures. Canopy tours, rope courses, zip lining. Just book one of our Costa Rica adventure tours packages, and let us handle the rest. Embark on the adventure of a lifetime with Adventure Park and Hotel Vista Golfo!
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2023.05.31 04:47 wim_wan Find discounts on Costa Rica tours

Find discounts on Costa Rica tours, including bus tours, helicopter rides, attraction tickets, hotels and more. Enjoy big savings on your next vacation!
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2023.05.31 00:23 Objective_Summer_731 Please help

My family is in Costa Rica for a vacation. We are near Liberia at Planet Hollywood. My dad fell and hurt his knee. The resort does not have crutches or knee brace. How can I get these medical items for him?
My dad works so hard and this is only the first day of our family trip and I’m so sad that he hurt himself. Please help.
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2023.05.29 18:22 cafeyvino4 Recs Needed: USA or Caribbean Resort Getaway

I’ll preface this by stating that I just discovered this subreddit last night. I need recs desperately! Long story short, our vacation plans to Mackinac Island with my in laws have been cancelled last minute. Husband and I are traveling for the first time with our 10 month old on June 16. I know! 😭 Blame my father in law. We want to go somewhere low stress, focused on leisure and relaxation. This is completely different from our usual vacations as a couple, which are typically crammed with adventure and unique experiences.
We are new parents and just want to keep it slow and contained. We fly out of South Texas, (connect to Houston usually) ideally looking for something within a 4 hour flight length. Husband was looking at Playa Del Carmen Banyan Myakoba but reading that the seaweed situation is awful right now. Does anyone have any recs for a last minute trip to Caribbean or USA state (no east coast, Florida, Alaska, or Hawaii).
Most recent trips before baby was born include stays at: Andronis in Santorini, Hotel Grand Bretagne in Athens, Hotel Emma in San Antonio, Auberge San Antoine in Old Quebec, Rosewood Myakoba, Carlisle in NYC, Nayara Springs in Costa Rica.
Obviously, we’ve never had to consider family-friendly lodging but it is a must now!
Thank you so much in advance!!!
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2023.05.29 11:22 The_midnight_dude Playa Hermorsa Guanacaste?

Hi All, my wife and family (boys 7+9) are heading to Costa Rica in 3 weeks. We are bouncing around to several spots but are doing 5 days in Playa Hermorsa and I’m wondering if we should split that time with another location? I’m of two minds, we were recommended it as a less touristy beach location which is great but we are only good for one lazy beach day before we want to see and do other things. Has anyone else been there and if so, what are your thoughts? Thanks in advance!
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2023.05.28 19:34 Bluesmeyday My Mey Dreams

Every Fantasy Is Now Reality, Mey’s Dream List.
You are now human potential realized. ✨
I am the Empress an activated goddess☀️.
Do everything I’ve ever been afraid to do.
I will have EVERYTHING I’ve ever wanted for.
The danger and risk add to the excitement. 😏
By taking a big risk, you are opening yourself up to big rewards. ☁️9️⃣
College ~ Marketing, business management, graphic design, fashion, studio art for swimwear line, luxury lingerie line, rave line (brand identity?) Wub Sluts for rave wear💸👙🩲
Apartment and my cat. 🏡🐈 Cat ~will affect rental but my cat is with my family and in need of medical care, medications, training, etc. (and I miss him)
Yoga and yoga instructor certification🧘‍♀️
Learn massage therapy (back ups and I wanna)💆
Dental work ~ whitening, braces, fillings replaced and other maintenance, Night guard🦷🪥
Medical and birth control 💊🩺
Find and pay off all dept ~ medical, credit card, student loans 💳💸
Private therapist
Honda crv sport touring hybrid or any suv tbh I walk in the dark, I will maintain this, Car Insurance 🚙🏁
Amazon list 🛒
SSENSE list 🛍️
Real jewelry 💍
Computers 💻
Spa days 🧖‍♀️
Facial extraction 🧼
Laser skin tightening
Waxing and some laser hair removal
Massage for me 💆
Manicures and pedicures 💅
Tattoos < some of the best artist*
- Tribal sun tramp stamp ☀️ - Blue bell & carnation with a ribbon~black line art on arm location - Mini headbanger boob dino 🦕 < - Glass Animals Zaba logo on my right ankle - Ocean themed tattoo on inner left ankle 🌊 - Small inner ear tattoo to cover scar on cartilage ⭐️ - Small butt tattoo tbd!!!! 
- Belly button - Upper lobe my right - Helix my right 
Gym ~ swim again 🏋️‍♀️
Surf 🏄‍♀️
Every skateboard ~ learn how to longboard dance
Make jewelry ~ studio art 💍 🖼️
Music theory and production 🎶 🔊
dj^ start slow and learn how to read music again
Music Equipment
Study English ~ poetry produce songs with original lyrics 📝
Sing (vocal & dance) 🎤 💃
Pick up French again 🇫🇷
Update license and address information
Register to vote 🗳️
Passport 🛂
Red rocks trip
Electric Zoo
Costa Rica
Envision Music Festival
Australia and my bestie 🫶🙏🏼
Secret Dreams
Tomorrow World
Meet Stevie Nicks
Meet GRiZ
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2023.05.28 17:01 vistagolfo Self-promotion Thread

There are so many adventures to do in Costa Rica! Don’t know which one to take on? Adventure Park & Hotel Vista Golfo is happy to offer you various vacation packages that include comfortable accommodation, delicious local cuisine, and the best Costa Rica adventure trips: canopy tours, rope courses, horseback riding tours, Cloud forest tours, excursion to Puntarenas, zip lining and a lot more. Experience the breathtaking beauty of Costa Rican wild nature, engage in fascinating outdoor activities, and spend some quality time with your family, friends or colleagues participating together in fun team building activities that will help you unwind and bring you closer together. Get fascinated by the splendor of local ecosystems, tickle your nerves, and push yourself to the next level to make sure your vacation is truly unforgettable. All you need to do is book one of our tours. We will take care of the rest. Embark on one of the Costa Rica adventure tours and experience the flood of overwhelming emotions!
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2023.05.28 15:32 nocando89 4 weeks in Mexico

Hey y'all, so my gf and I (early thirties) have a trip planned which well start off with 4 weeks in Mexico. Our flight is mid June to cancun, we'll stay for roughly 4 weeks and then move on to Costa Rica, ideally the flight would be from Mexico city.
We actually don't want to spend any time in Cancun, but don't know whether we should head down to Tulum, Bacalar, Calakmul, Campeche and then up to Mérida or further west.
Or should we rather do (maybe Holbox?), Chichén-Itzá, Mérida, and then down, or skip a lot andove to some other places. Is it even worth to go to the coast with all the sargassum at the moment?
We don't speak Spanish, are learning a little bit at the moment, are also contemplate doing a 1 week intensive course somewhere.
We're super open for suggestions, flexible and budget should not be a problem.
Other things that we have on our list, but don't insist on are: Yaxchilán Palenque San Cristóbal Oaxaca (maybe Puerto angel?) Mexico City
Is this feasible, would you have some additional recommendations, rather skip something? Any suggestions for mode of transportations, I read car rental meh could be tricky with the police, should we go only withl ADA busses, which distances would you rather over by domestic flights? Any must have booked accommodations?
it's out first long trip (we'll travel for a total of 10 months) and we're super inexperienced and very bad at planning ahead. We enjoy trips in nature but are not like super sporty people. We also like parties, but also the calm and are not super much in super crowded super touristy places.
Really, any help appreciated, I hope the post was not too messy, thanks in advance for any help!
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2023.05.28 14:27 Pitiful_Assumption35 Hazards and lost person behavior in the Talamanca region

Analysis of Search Incidents and Lost Person Behavior in Yosemite National Park
Referenced from Lost Person Behavior by Jared Doke.
Yosemite National Park is an American national park in the state of California.
Crampton (1988) described a continuum of being lost with two distinct degrees of lostness.
The 1st, and arguably the most serious, is defined as “unknown lost”.
This occurs when a person believed that they knew where they were, when in fact they didn't.
This could happen to a hiker if they arrived at a diverging trail and took one path, but misidentified the one they should have otherwise taken.
The hiker may continue on in a denial process, fitting the terrain to their expectations, rejecting any discrepancies.
Eventually, they will have realized the mistake they had made, and only then can they take action to correct their errors.
Lost people generally have two goals: to try to find their way or to try to be found (Cornell and Heth 1999).
Yosemite National Park is unlike any other place on earth. It has its own distinct geology,
One must first understand the environment, hazards, and underlying processes that influence a lost hikers' decisions.
The geology, geomorphology, climate, weather, hydrology, vegetation, fauna, history, park visitation, and potential hazards are all relevent here.
The data indicates that people don't get lost at random locations, rather they get lost after they arrive at pre-known locations.
In Yosemite Valley these “hot spot” areas exist at the Yosemite Valley rim, Glacier Point, Sentinel Dome, the Badger Pass Ski area as well as a few trailheads.
Conversely, lost hikers are also found at pre-known locations as well.
The same significant “hot spot” areas.
On the Pianista trail, River 1/508 would be an example of a well known location.
Where a diverging trail exists, is after crossing river 2, there is an open paddock.
In Yosemite Valley, 45% of hikers, whilst present on the trail, had identified themselves as being lost or agreed that they didn't know where they were.
This figure should probably be higher, but hikers are often too embarrased to admit to being lost.
Main Contributing Factor n %
Lost Trail Accidentally 16.9%
Failed to research the trail and identify a planned route 11.7%
Miscalculation of time or distance of trail 9.4%
Darkness 7.0%
Left Trail Intentionally 5.6%
Insufficient Information/Error in Judgment 5.6%
Snow on Ground 5.2%
Wrong Trail Taken 4.7%
Fatigue/Physical Condition 4.2%
Steep Terrain 2.8%
Emotionally Upset 2.4%
Ground Level Fall 1.9%
For the most part, the lost incidents had a favorable outcome.
Of the 213 incidents, 68% resulted in the lost person/group being found uninjured and 23% were resolved by self-rescue.
10 incidents concluded with the subject being found injured, 9 subjects were found deceased, and 2 were found with medical problems.
Types of lost mitigation strategies used
In Yosemite, lost hikers who were in an active state of lostness typically attempted to follow a linear feature, in order to reorient themselves, or to become found.
Route Traveling 41.9%
Staying Put 25.7%
Backtracking 16.2%
Random Traveling 5.4%
View Enhancing 4.1%
Route Sampling 2.7%
Direction Traveling 2.7%
Doing Nothing 1.4%
The goal of Yosemite's PSAR program is to “help visitors avoid the need to be rescued by providing education about the hazards of hiking, and the time and equipment necessary to complete a planned hike
One of the most promising aspects of this report was the realization that watersheds may be used to predict the found locations for lost subjects.
A watershed is an area of land that drains all the streams and rainfall to a common outlet such as the outflow of a reservoir, mouth of a bay, or any point along a stream channel.
Watersheds are often used to draw search segments because ridges and streams provide natural borders for searchers in the field.
Kris and Lisanne very much underestimated their hike. It wasn't a pleasant afternoon trip, it was described as a walk in the park.
Alot of people posted to forums after this incident, and it's interesting to read the most revevent statements from 2014 that were the most accurate and well thought out:
"I've studied this case a great deal, and I think it's very possible that Kris and Lisanne didn't know that once you reach the summit, you're supposed to turn around and go down the way you came up. The El Pianista trail does not end at the summit"
"I believe they thought you're supposed to follow the trail down the other side of the mountain, and they probably also thought that it would take about as long to get down that side as it took them to get up the other side - about three hours."
"They might not have even been truly lost when they made their first 9-11 calls; they may have gotten lost only later in the evening, by travelling desperately in low light and darkness in an attempt to avoid spending the night in the jungle, perhaps leaving the trail to take "shortcuts."?"
"It is important to note that there are many paths made by the indigenous Ngobe tribes people, leading away from the official path, even locals and tour guides get regularly lost there and there are no signs that are indicating which path is the right one."
"These paths are well known for being incredibly dangerous (narrow, steep ascents/descents, slippy mud track and dangerous rope bridges) and are even avoided by the indigenous tribe at all costs."
"At this point it was already unlikely that they would meet another person there, since every local knows that they are otherwise risking their lives, by deviating onto these less traveled pathways."
"Oh, it's VERY possible to get lost on the El Pianista, and I'm speaking from experience! I hiked this same trail and got lost just 3 weeks ago while on vacation - signs at the base next to the restaurant even say it's prohibited to hike unless for scientific purposes. You have to cross two streams, and halfway up the trail it becomes practically nonexistent - once I got to the top, about a 3 hour hike without seeing one person, I lost track of the trail and lost my mind within seconds, and began running downhill completely lost - All the vegetation made it impossible to walk at times, I had to climb, crawl and scoot downhill for Two hours before I eventually wandered into someone's property and yelled for help."
"People do get lost. Sometimes fog can blanket the area and there's no visibility. A heavy rain can wash out trails. There can be confusion with game trails, because they are pathways that give the hiker the false impression that they are navicable."
Off The Beaten Path – Cerro de la Muerta
Consisting of steep, narrow curves and countless potholes, the mountain roads would be somewhat less hazardous if not fully submersed in fog. Due to its altitude, Cerro de la Muerte temperatures rise and fall to both day and night extremes.
Before Costa Rica had a lot of roads, people braved the treacherous mountain trails barefoot, on treks lasting three or four days, to secure supplies for their homes and livestock.
For many, Cerro de la Muerte was the worst part of a journey, many people didn't survive it.
With temperatures often below freezing, many travelers died of hypothermia along the trail or got sick and died of pneumonia later on, assuming they survived the frequent landslides and didn’t fall off any of the cliffs etc.
Sunburn danger here is higher than normal, owing to the thin clear air.
The road is usually open all year round, but flash floods, landslides, narrow curves, and steep cliffs make the pass extremely dangerous. There’s a reason this place is called the Mountain of Death.
Higher mountain peaks extend along the Cordillera de Talamanca, the region that the Pianista trail leads into.
Montane streams in the tropics are among the most extreme fluvial environments in the world. A combination of steep slopes, high mean annual rainfall, and intense tropical storms generate an energetic and powerful flow regime.
Much of the range and the area around it is included in La Amistad International Park, which also is shared between the two countries.
The highest peaks are present within Costa Rica and Panama.
Much of the Caribbean areas of this range are still unexplored.
Rapid runoff production generates flashy, frequent, short-duration floods and occasional high-magnitude floods associated with hurricanes and other tropical disturbances.
During the peak wet season, strong hydraulic forces are present within the stream channels.
The Changuinola is a river network with well-developed downstream hydraulic geometry.
Many alluvial rivers develop systematic changes in slope, channel geometry, and grain size, from their headwaters to the coast, in response to changes in discharge and sediment yield.
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2023.05.28 02:22 Superb_Buy3007 rent a Catamaran in Spain for a week

Looking for an unforgettable sailing experience in Spain? Look no further than SEARADAR, the concierge service for sailboat captains! We offer personalized selections of high-quality yachts from trusted charter companies, making it easy for you to rent a catamaran and explore some of the most beautiful areas of Spain by sea.
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2023.05.28 01:33 ScathachtheShadowy September: Crazy to Go for the First Time?

Costa Rica is a bucket-list dream vacation of my husband's. I'd like to go this year to celebrate a milestone anniversary, but the only time we can both get away is early September. Is this dumb? We have a decent budget and would like to do La Fortuna and then the beach, maybe Drake Bay? I know the Caribbean side is drier but I figure a big-ticket introduction to CR ought to involve the volcano and the Pacific. And I'd hate to not be able to raft or snorkel because of the weather. Should we just wait and go next spring? Looking at 10-12 days, $10K all in including flights.
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2023.05.28 00:42 Superb_Buy3007 rent a Sailboat in Spain for a week

Are you looking for a unique adventure in Spain? Why not explore the stunning coastlines and crystal clear waters aboard a luxurious sailboat? With SEARADAR, it's easier than ever to rent a high-quality yacht and experience the ultimate sailing vacation.
As a concierge service for sailboat captains, SEARADAR provides personalized selections of high-quality yachts from trusted charter companies. Our support managers will be there to assist you with paperwork, route planning, and any questions or issues that may arise.
When it comes to sailing destinations in Spain, the options are endless. From the beautiful Balearic Islands to the stunning Costa Brava, there are plenty of areas that you can roam on your yacht. Imagine waking up to picturesque views of white sandy beaches, turquoise waters and the sun shining overhead.
If you're planning on renting a sailboat in Spain, the best time to do so is from May to September, when the weather is warm and sunny. During these months, you can enjoy the perfect sailing conditions, with gentle sea breezes and calm waters.
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2023.05.27 23:52 Superb_Buy3007 rent a yacht in Spain for a week

Are you looking for the ultimate sailing experience in Spain? Look no further than SEARADAR, the premier concierge service for sailboat captains. With SEARADAR, you can rent a luxurious yacht for a week and explore the beautiful waters of Spain, while enjoying the highest level of personalized service.
By using SEARADAR, you'll have access to a wide selection of high-quality yachts from trusted charter companies. Our support managers will be there to assist you with paperwork, route planning, and any questions or issues that may arise. Plus, you can contact us via phone, WhatsApp, Instagram, or Facebook for even more convenience.
Spain is a fantastic destination for yacht rentals, with its stunning coastline, crystal-clear waters, and sunny weather. With SEARADAR, you can explore the best areas of the Spanish coast, including the Costa Brava, the Balearic Islands, and the Andalusian coast.
The best time to rent a yacht in Spain is during the summer months, from May to September, when the weather is warm and sunny. However, if you prefer fewer crowds and lower prices, you can also rent a yacht in the shoulder season, from April to October.
At SEARADAR, we offer yacht reservation services at the cheapest and best prices. Just visit our website at to browse our listings and find the perfect yacht for your needs and budget.
So what are you waiting for? Rent a yacht in Spain for a week and experience the ultimate sailing adventure with SEARADAR. Your dream vacation is just a click away!
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2023.05.27 23:20 Plastic_Air_374 Costa Rica - Digital Nomad

Curious - how’s the digital nomad life in Costa Rica? Where do most people stay? I’m looking for something similar to Playa Del Carmen. A walkable city where I can get to all my necessities and the beach within a walk.
I’m hearing Costa Rica can be expensive and have to take long bus rides to get to places?
Any other tropical options for a peaceful getaway?
I was recently laid off, so I prefer a place where my US Dollar can go further. Good internet is a must.
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2023.05.27 23:02 Superb_Buy3007 holidays yacht in Spain

If you are looking for an unforgettable vacation experience, sailing on a yacht in the beautiful waters of Spain is the perfect choice. And with SEARADAR, you can make your dream a reality.
SEARADAR provides a concierge service for sailboat captains, offering personalized selections of high-quality yachts from trusted charter companies. Our support managers are always available to assist you with paperwork, route planning, and any questions or issues that may arise. Plus, with our convenient contact options via phone, WhatsApp, Instagram, or Facebook, you can easily access the best sailing experience all at your fingertips.
When it comes to deciding where to sail in Spain, there are many incredible options. One of the most popular routes is along the Costa Blanca, renowned for its stunning coastline, crystal clear waters, and beautiful beaches. You can anchor in secluded coves, explore charming fishing villages, or simply enjoy the panoramic views from the yacht.
Another great option is to sail to the Balearic Islands, including Ibiza, Mallorca, and Menorca. These islands are known for their vibrant nightlife, world-class beaches, and crystal clear water. Imagine anchoring in the quiet coves and swimming in the crystal clear water, or exploring the charming towns and villages.
The best time to rent a yacht in Spain depends on what you want to do. Summer is the high season, with warm temperatures and plenty of sunshine. But if you prefer a quieter and less crowded experience, spring or fall may be a better choice.
At SEARADAR, we offer yacht reservation services at the cheapest and best prices. We work with the most reputable charter companies to ensure that you get the best value for your money. You can easily book your yacht rental through our website link:
Don't wait any longer to experience the beauty of Spain from a luxurious yacht. Contact SEARADAR today to start planning your dream sailing vacation.
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2023.05.27 21:22 Superb_Buy3007 rent a Gulet in Spain for a week

Are you planning a luxurious and adventurous getaway on a yacht in Spain? Look no further than SEARADAR, the ultimate concierge service for sailboat captains. With SEARADAR, you can choose from a personalized selection of high-quality yachts from trusted charter companies.
One of the best options for a week-long sailing trip in Spain is to rent a Gulet. Gulets are traditional wooden sailing yachts and are perfect for exploring the beautiful Spanish coastline. As you sail along the coast, you'll discover picturesque hidden coves and charming fishing villages that are otherwise inaccessible.
When you book your Gulet with SEARADAR, our support managers will be there to assist you with every aspect of your journey. From paperwork to route planning, and any questions or issues that may arise, our team is ready to ensure that your sailing experience is nothing short of exceptional.
Spain is home to some of the best areas to roam on a yacht. The Balearic Islands, including Majorca, Minorca, and Ibiza, are renowned for their crystal-clear waters, stunning beaches, and vibrant nightlife. The Costa Brava and Costa Dorada are also excellent choices, with their rugged coastline and historic towns.
The best time to rent a yacht in Spain is from May to October, when the weather is warm and sunny, and the water is perfect for swimming and water sports. Whether you're planning a romantic getaway or a fun-filled vacation with family and friends, SEARADAR has got you covered.
At SEARADAR, we offer the cheapest and best prices for yacht rental services. So, what are you waiting for? Contact us via phone, WhatsApp, Instagram, or Facebook and book your Gulet in Spain for an unforgettable week-long sailing adventure. Don't miss out, book now via the link:
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