It’s easy to be an eco tourist in northern Costa Rica

One of the—scratch that—the paradox of modern North American family travel is coming to terms with your aging, increasingly lazy parental self.

I refer to that lingering, though nearly extinguished drive for adventure, for great stories that once charted your every jaunt. The one that, today, is locked in battle with the more recent desire to move very little and do so knowing that your unsupervised offspring won’t get tetanus, bit or kidnapped.

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