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Mis huevos no son la solucion.

Costa Rica has a well earned and well deserved reputation for commitment to conservation. This tiny country has the largest percentage of its land in protected parks and reserves than any other country in the world.

Several years ago, we were in San Jose, with an unscheduled afternoon. So we decided to spend it at the zoo.

All along the footpaths, were messages about responsible conservation. They were cartoonish and humorous. You didn't need a Spanish/English dictionary to decifer the meaning.

This one was our favorite!


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I like you comment about traveling, at end of live
we only carry our memories.

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