• Costa Rica Coffee Guide

When the walls come tumbling down…

April 12, 2014

A child on a bicycle passes by the ruins of a house in Nagarote, destroyed in an earthquake. A pair of strong quakes and hundreds of aftershocks hit Nicaragua on Thursday and Friday. The first — a magnitude-6.2 earthquake — killed one person, left 33 injured and damaged more than 800 homes, the government said Friday. The impact caused Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega to declare a state of emergency. The second earthquake registered a magnitude-6.6 but no casualties were reported.

You may be interested

US again advises citizens to ‘avoid all travel to Costa Rica’ due to COVID
Travel & Tourism
2168 views
Travel & Tourism
2168 views

US again advises citizens to ‘avoid all travel to Costa Rica’ due to COVID

Alejandro Zúñiga - April 23, 2021

The latest travel notices published by the State Department in the United States advises citizens to "avoid all travel to…

Central America warns of an active hurricane season
Costa Rica
2786 views
Costa Rica
2786 views

Central America warns of an active hurricane season

The Tico Times - April 23, 2021

A Central American forecasting organization is predicting that 17 tropical storms that may affect the region will form in 2021…

US VP Harris to discuss migration surge with Guatemalan president
Latin America
35 views
Latin America
35 views

US VP Harris to discuss migration surge with Guatemalan president

AFP - April 23, 2021

Vice President Kamala Harris will visit Central America in June and hold virtual talks next week with Guatemalan President Alejandro…