Tuesday, October 15

THE IRAZU VOLCANO IS ALWAYS CLOUDY






On Sunday morning, one of Paris's friends very kindly offered to take Katie and I to a volcano on Sunday since Paris had to work. We decided on the Irazu Volcano because it was close to the Sanatorio which is something I thought Katie really would like (and she did). Now, my last trip to Irazu was not completely successful as it was freezing cold and completely cloudy so that we couldn't see anything. This time, we went earlier in the day but we were still victims to a really cloudy day and did not see much of the crater. We were, however completely prepared for the cold and spent a little bit more time walking around. 

Even though it was a bummer we couldn't see anything, I think Katie was excited to be on a volcano for the first time. Paris's friend was surprised to learn that the only volcanoes in the USA are located in Hawaii which neither of us had been to before. It was also really interesting to us that most of the people visiting this volcano were Costa Ricans rather than tourists. He told us it is a fun, cheap day trip for ticos, who usually bring a picnic lunch or some snacks to enjoy.

3 comments:

Susannah said...

Wow, what an awesome place to visit!!! I think volcanos are absolutely amazing. It really is too bad that everything was clouded over.

Treasure Tromp said...

so awesome! oh I love a good volcano!

siddathornton said...

this is so cool - the clouds make the scenes so dreamy.