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The Little Differences of living in Costa Rica as an Expat

Every place where we live around the world has its own culture and lifestyle that make it a unique place to live. When we...

Costa Rica Expat Living: My Ode to the Misunderstood Papaya

It grows in your front yard. It smells a little like vomit. It’s a natural laxative. It’s papaya! I first started taking gardening seriously in...

Costa Rica Wildlife: Meet the Common House Gecko

They’re behind your clock. They’re in your curtains. They’re laying eggs in your knickknacks. They’re your constant housemates, so we might as well learn...

Costa Rica Wildlife: The Ant Acacia’s Other Animal Interactions

The ant acacia is a small, thorny tree found in different parts of Costa Rica. It is famous, not for its impressive thorns or...

Advice for Learning Spanish in Costa Rica

I moved to Costa Rica with zero knowledge of the Spanish language. I like to joke that I knew two words, cerveza and gracias,...

Costa Rica Wildlife: Meet the Green Iguana

Let’s do a mental exercise. First, picture Costa Rica in your mind’s eye. Now, think about its biodiverse, tropical forests and beaches. Now I...

Cost Rica Wildlife – Rainy Season Home Invasions

I haven’t reported it to the local authorities yet, but now that the seasonal rains have commenced, my little home is under constant assault....

Costa Rica Wildlife: Meet the Gray-necked Wood-Rail

Today we meet the gray-necked wood-rail (Aramides cajanea). Or do we? Maybe we’re meeting the gray-cowled wood-rail? Or perhaps the russet-naped wood-rail? Who knew...

Costa Rica Wildlife: Camera Trapping Snakes

Costa Rica’s massive biodiversity certainly extends to snakes. There are 141 species slithering, swimming, and burrowing through the country’s varied habitats. Considering the fact...

Costa Rica Wildlife – The Tapir Swimming Pool

Water is the source of life. I need it. You need it. The plants and animals of Costa Rica’s lush landscapes need it. When tasked...

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