Let me tell you a story. There was once a girl who lived in Dallas and LOVED salad. Almost any kind of salad, but her favorites were caesar salad (with or without chicken) or a fried or grilled chicken salad (with ranch dressing, cheddar cheese and croutons). OK, so maybe these salads weren’t the healthiest of salads, but still – it made this girl feel good and healthy when she got to eat a salad for a meal. At least she was getting some vegetables, and let’s be serious – any kind of salad is better than a burger or pizza.
Reserva Forestal Grecia Bosque del Niño (Grecia Forest Reserve of the Children) is right here in Grecia. It’s a nice little getaway from the city life. When we were there – we were the only ones there!
There’s a huge field for soccer or playing catch, and behind it is a large covered area with several picnic tables and grills. The bathrooms are located behind the covered area.
Do you like waterfalls? Well, they seem to be pretty plentiful here in Costa Rica. Los Chorros is a little gem right outside of Grecia. Easy to get to for a low-keyed and fun-filled day of natural beauty.
Los Chorros is about a 15 minute drive from Central Grecia, and just 30 minutes from the International Airport (SJO) in Alajuela. It’s between the two small towns of Grecia and Tacares (see map at end of post).
Hello friends and welcome back to Part II of my crema dulce blog. If you missed it yesterday, click here for Part I on the many uses of crema dulce in Costa Rica.
Now, for Part II – here are my crema dulce recipes for you! Have fun, and let me know if you try any of them.