Friendly Costa Ricans Give Advice for Travelling to Costa Rica | Day 6

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The New Travel : *Hey friends, I have an IMPORTANT REQUEST!* Mallid and his father Cirilo invited me to go in the morning to see how they pick their fruit. I'd like to take this opportunity to learn more about Costa Rica. Do you have any question you would like answered? Leave a comment :)

Simone M Porter : You totally drew that experience to yourself! Imagine if you didn't turn around to engage with them again. What a loss that would have been. Pretty soon you'll have yet another unforgetable experience. Once again, great video!

Livin That Life : Indeed these are the gems moments of travel. Bc of seeing this I'm gunna make an extra effort to get more locals on camera, and speak more slowly and concisely, in my upcoming China vlogs 😎🙏🤙

Mitchell Barnow : I have a big smile on my face now! Thank you, Dan

Remy LASSET : Hola Dan! And thanks for sharing this enjoyable meeting! Maybe when you meet them again, you can ask them how they would define the meaning of "Pura vida" and how come that in Costa Rica it's the most common way to say either hello and goodbye. I think it really shows something of that country and these people.

DiscoverWithDima : Awesome Dan, love these kinds of interactions amongst the locals. Hope to see more--It's very educational and enlightening! Btw that fruit looked delish, I just have never heard of it lol

Nick brooks : Hi I I’m Costa Rican living in Vancouver Canada now! But I wanted to thank you for being so positive and spread happiness to all your viewers! U made my Saturday :)! U had to be Canadian!!!

Rebeca Villalobos : what a sweet men

Tommy Cotten : Dan, Can you tell me what town/city this was in? The gentleman with the maroon cap is obviously a big MSU Bulldog fan. It may not be possible, but I would like to make contact with him.

Mauricio Navarro : "How great is Costa Rica". I agree! Costa Rica is so great as its people is... Thanks for visit and show our littel country to others. Pura vida!

SigmaTV : A more common name we use in Costa Rica for the lychee is "mamón chino" which literally means Chinese sucker, don't ask me why because I don't know.

Frank Sánchez : If you ask what Pura Vida is? This is right here, be happy, be peaceful, work hard but always with a smile. Thats Pura Vida.

Luna Azul : Que agradable peesonas

Mike Klar : Hi hard to become full citizen of Costa  from Vancouver too btw

Mitchell Barnow : How was your time at the farm, picking lychee fruit?