Rincon De La Viega National Park (Drive Day 86 minus 14 years)

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0924b cr vol mud bubbleCosta Rica’s passion for national parks is a major perk for weary road trippers. The campground at Rincon is empty and for a minute it’s hard to fathom why we’re the only ones here. There are warm geothermal waterfalls and bubbling pools of mud, called fuminoles. Paradise. Until the rain starts. And doesn’t stop. By nightfall I’m cold for the first time in almost 3 months.

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Follow this bonus-material blog and ride along on a one-year road trip that inspired the memoir The Drive: Searching for Lost Memories on the Pan American Highway. On sale now. Get yours through the buy-the-book links at the bottom of the landing page on my teresabrucebooks.com website or here or here. Planning a road trip? Buy the audiobook here. Like The Drive’s Facebook page and tweet back at me @writerteresa.

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