After our blissful adventure at Selva Armonia, Bill and I weren't sure where we were headed but knew the next part of the journey involved a drive into San Isidro de General also known as Perez Zeledon. Off we went in search of La Feria.
It turned out we didn't have to search at all as the facilitators from the previous nights Cacao Ceremony happened to be heading to the feria as well and were looking for a ride.
I've been getting emails about products available in this southern zone feria for awhile now. They have items we don't find easily in our area. The newsletter says they'll ship to me but there is nothing like checking things out personally first.
I swear there was music in my ears when I spotted these whoopie pies. The hallelujah chorus played on in my head as I passed this booth. Then circled back. Not once but twice before the pull was too strong. Bill got the same glazed look on his face when he discovered me drooling over the goodies. Amazingly we walked away with only one whoopie pie (yeah, just one) for Callista, a package of croissants and a blackberry pie. Could you just walk past? All of the goodies were worthy of us stopping at the feria again if we're in the area.
The gluten free brownies above were found at "Colibri Corner" the place we went to the feria to find. Perhaps it was the brownies calling me. Oh my goodness, they were good. I only bought one and saved it. When I did finally eat it I wished I'd bought more! Wonder if they'll send those to me by bus?
It may seem like we bought a bunch of treats, we did but we also stocked up on raw nuts and got fresh fruit for the road. Bill was so hot he just wanted to get on the road again. Didn't matter where, he just wanted to feel the breeze while driving.
Perez Zeledon Feria, officially checked off on the bucket list.