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Why is Coffee Called A Cup of Joe?

If you have been drinking coffee for awhile, then you have probably heard coffee referred to as ‘Joe’ at some point. Have you ever...

How to get by on a shoestring in Costa Rica: The story of Banana Bread Steve

A while back I met Steve, who had lived in Hawaii for many years. He moved to Costa Rica because Hawaii had become very...

The Carao Tree in Costa Rica

Costa Rica’s landscape is a country sprawling in greenery swallowing you up in all of its beautiful variety of trees. One that stands out...

Celebrating Costa Rica’s Independence Day

September is an important cultural month in Costa Rica; it is the month of the nation, celebrating the country’s Independence Day. If you know Costa...

The Bribri Indigenous Culture of Costa Rica

The world knows Costa Rica as a destination of breathtaking landscapes from the haunting cloud forests to the lush jungle rainforests, tropical beaches to...

The not so Tico origins of the Costa Rica Phrase “Pura Vida”

A mexican movie in the late '50s gave Costa Rica its popular catch phrase, daily La Nación reported.

Conservation in Costa Rica: 5 ways you can help to save the planet

With the start of the new year, start making some changes in your lifestyle geared towards helping the planet.

What Are Some Foods Expats Miss Most?

Expats are a special breed. But sometimes, longings for food from back home are too hard to ignore.

Costa Rica archaeologists in awe as Brooklyn Museum returns 1,305 artifacts

An unfinished tombstone, a large ceramic vase painted with beeswax, human representations and ancient tools to process corn are artifacts of a collection of...

A Costa Rica gardener’s guide for the early Green Season

HOME GARDENING: June weather is ideal for growing produce in every bioregion of Costa Rica.
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