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Why Caribbean Coast

HOLA !!  Hello from Costa Rica……. You may be asking, “WHY should I consider  the  Caribbean Coast of Costa Rica ??” MANY and varied reasons! More bang for your buck here. This Province of Limon has not been Gringoized, so the cost of goods and services are  reasonable. Acres of pristine land available for a fraction of the price on the Pacific coast. Growth is occurring, at a steady rate in business, education, and quality of life The New Port of Moin is progressing towards finished and will create many jobs and opportunity here. NATURE is abundant. We stay GREEN here[…]

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Traffic Pura Vida

One of the many JOYS of living in Costa Rica is the undeniable task of diving from point A to point B. As a USA driver of over 40 years, I came to Costa Rica 5 years ago, and said “NOPE” can’t do it. Merging traffic with no particular lane, pedestrians in the dark of night, bicycles, and motorcycles weaving hither and yon. To say the roads are a free for all is simply too kind. Fearful of maiming an innocent person, I handed over the keys to Caryn, who has a keen eye and a third sense of whats[…]

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August in Costa Rica

Well, the rainy season has let up here on the Caribe, so the sun starts at daybreak with puffy clouds immersed in vibrant skies. The rainy season has sparked a good bit of growth on the trees and flower beds. All seem happy. Green Macaws are still swooping into the forest about 4:30 pm every day. A joyful sound their squawk. Nowhere on Earth can you find this diversity. We are blessed.

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Costa Rican Culture

“Pura Vida” “Pura Vida” is the most recognizable phrase for the Costa Ricans. It reflects the local way of life. It is the most common greeting of people on the streets and in the markets. “Pura Vida”, means pure life, or good life. A common response to “How are you?” would be “Pura Vida”. Cuisine Costa Rican cuisine is a blend of Native American, Spanish, African and many other diverse origins. Dishes such as the tamale and many others made of corn are the most representative of its indigenous inhabitants, and similar to other neighboring Mesoamerican countries. Spaniards brought new ingredients to the country from other[…]

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