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Orchid Trees: The Hardy and Beautiful Addition to Your Home Garden

If you are a fan of orchids, then you will love orchid trees. Where orchids only flower once a year, the trees flower most...

Cane Cutting in Costa Rica: Harsh Reality for Nicaraguan Laborers

Eighty machete-wielding cane cutters have swiped at the charred stalks in Grecia, in the Central Valley, since late January. After burning the undergrowth to...

Costa Rica’s Juan Santamaría: Exalted National Hero or Man of Legend

Juan Santamaría. You’ve flown into his airport, driven past his park and likely encountered dozens of statues bearing his likeness, but how much do...

Items Scarce on Coffee Afternoon Menu

CAFÉ-ATELIER El Torreón, previously known as El Rincón de La Calle Real, was a small restaurant famous for its delightful setting. The name and...

Rural Coffee Co-op Focuses on ‘The Future’

EL PORVENIR DE POSOLTEGA, Nicaragua – Once divided by the destructive politics of war, residents of this rural mountaintop community in the northwest department...

Surfers in Costa Rica Catch a Break on the Northern Pacific Coast

The waves of Guanacaste are world famous. The breaks from top to bottom of this northwestern province have been chronicled in surf magazines since...

Fleeting Romances and Sincere Bonds: The Backpacker’s World of Seduction

In the world of backpacking and long-term travel, the experiences and connections made along the way are as diverse as they are profound. From...

Researcher: Give Coffee A Break

COFFEE can be good for 5-year-old kids; a cup of steaming java reduces the risk of Parkinson’s disease, gallstones and colon cancer; the beverage...

Tico Coffee Strives for Geographic Label

A new plan jointly funded by the Spanish International Cooperation Agency and the Costa Rican Coffee Institute (ICAFE) aims to establish clear denominations of...

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