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Costa Rican Man Killed in Crocodile Attack in Santa Cruz River

A tragic crocodile attack took the life of a young man this weekend in the northwest province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica. 29-year-old Jesus Alberto...

El Salvador’s Ruling Party Endorses Bukele for Re-election

El Salvador's ruling party on Sunday endorsed President Nayib Bukele for re-election next year, despite concerns about the legality of a second consecutive term. The...

Police Operation in Limón Leads to Arrests and Weapons Seizures

A recent police operation in Limón, Costa Rica, has resulted in significant achievements in combating crime and enhancing public safety. With coordinated efforts and...

How To Make Homemade Ginger Beer in Costa Rica

Over the last several years of testing out tropical food species at Costa Rica's Rancho Mastatal, we found that some plants that grow well...

Twitter to Introduce Audio and Video Chats, Says Elon Musk

Exciting news for Twitter users! Elon Musk, the owner of Twitter, took to the platform on Tuesday to unveil a forthcoming feature that will...

Learning to Eat in Costa Rica: Adventures in Tropical Fruits

The more time I spend in Costa Rica, the more I use these strange ingredients to my advantage. We would never have attempted lentil burgers or Thai green curry had bags of legumes and cans of coconut milk not been so plentiful. We are no longer distracted by the frozen vegetables and heat-and-serve dinner kits we once bought from Trader Joe’s.

Pavones: The Ultimate Surfing Destination in Costa Rica

You can find one of the longest left-hand waves in the world at Pavones.

Processions and Superstition Mark Easter Week in Costa Rica

Semana Santa or Easter Holy Week is one of the most important events for Costa Rican Catholics, and many centuries old traditions and beliefs...

California Pizza Kitchen opens eatery at Juan Santamaria Airport in Costa Rica

U.S. restaurant brand California Pizza Kitchen (CPK) opened a new restaurant at the Juan Santamaría International Airport. Get ready travelers! If the $13 dollar hot...

Costa Rica Culture: A Story about the Day of the Devils

The shadows were lengthening when I turned a corner and saw them: A long procession of figures, dressed in togas made of leaves, their faces covered in masks. Scores of people marched down the road, arms linked over shoulder, forming ranks of beastly warriors.

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