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Voting in Costa Rica and the Upcoming Election

As you travel along the roads of Costa Rica you are quickly reminded of the upcoming election. Whether it be a dirt road through...

How to: Driver’s Licenses in Costa Rica

The Tico Times has experience with some of the less publicized aspects of living in Costa Rica: the laws, the social intricacies and the cultural norms beyond learning to say, “Pura Vida, mae.”

Learning Spanish In Costa Rica for Expats and Tourists

You can't call yourself fluent in Costa Rican Spanish unless you understand its slang. 

A Multitasking Costa Rica Garden: Setting up Aquaponics at Home

Is aquaponics in Costa Rica a highly efficient fish-plant ecosystem, too complex for the home gardener? Not so, says Ed Bernhardt. .

Costa Rica’s Sidewalks: Hidden Minefields and a real danger

When one thinks of minefields, the first thing that comes to mind are the world’s worn-torn zregions where armed conflicts have taken place. Nobody...

Costa Rica’s Historic Central Market in San Jose

In the center of Costa Rica, you will find its capital, San Jose which is also the largest city in this biodiverse country.  San...

Expat Life: My Long Journey to Costa Rica

When I tell people that I have lived in Costa Rica for 42 years, they inevitably ask me, “What brought you here in the...

16 Reasons Why You Should Move to Costa Rica

A few weeks ago I wrote an article about who should not move to Costa Rica. I received a lot of interesting responses from...

30 reasons why you shouldn’t move to Costa Rica

Over the years, I have had the opportunity to observe firsthand thousands of foreigners who have relocated to Costa Rica. Many fulfill their of...
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