The Tico Times Weekly Digest: Dec. 10, 2018

December 11, 2018

 

This edition of the Tico Times Weekly Digest is brought to you by Kaya’s Hotel and Brewery, located on the beach in Puerto Viejo.

Linked below are all the stories covered in the video.

This week in Costa Rica (Dec. 10, 2018):

Body of tourist Carla Stefaniak identified, suspect detained

Costa Rican hotel owners demand increased security following tourist’s murder

Costa Rican Congress, President Alvarado approve controversial tax reform

Dreamlike, diverse and grappling with change – Our Santa Teresa deep dive

Santa Teresa Deep Dive – How to Surf in Santa Teresa

Santa Teresa Deep Dive – Surfing in one of Costa Rica’s best beaches

Santa Teresa Deep Dive – The Bakery

Santa Teresa Deep Dive – Keeping an eye on wastewater

Costa Rican superstar Gloriana Villalobos wins NCAA title

Costa Rica to purchase eight new trains from Chinese company

Off the Eaten Path – Al Masri Cocina Egipcia

 

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