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5 Things You Might Not Know About Patacones in Costa Rica

Mmm, patacones. So delicious. So full of surprising facts.

Clubs and organizations in Costa Rica

Contact information for some Costa Rican clubs and organizations.

Shaping Costa Rica’s food culture with tourism

How has travel and tourism affected Costa Rican cuisine, and how can we embrace local ingredients without shutting out the world?

Wormseed: a stomach-soothing parasite remedy in your tropical garden

Home Gardening columnist Ed Bernhardt welcomes a helpful herbal friend back to his tropical garden.

Here’s how you can donate to Hurricane Otto relief in Costa Rica

Donation options for Hurricane Otto relief are piling up after the storm left its mark on Costa Rica.

Strong earthquake off El Salvador felt in Costa Rica

A strong 7.2-magnitude earthquake with an epicenter off El Salvador's Pacific coast was felt in Costa Rica Thursday afternoon.

Otto becomes a Category 2 hurricane, approaches Caribbean coast

On Thursday morning, Hurricane Otto is approaching the Caribbean coast as a Category 2 storm.

What to do as Costa Rica braces for Hurricane Otto

Hurricane Otto is nearing the shores of Costa Rica, so we've collected a list of precautions you should take and donations you can make before and during the storm.

5 things you might not know about patacones

Mmm, patacones. So delicious. So full of surprising facts.

Vehicle insurance costs to go up in November

A spike of almost 30 percent in the number of traffic accidents recorded in Costa Rica during first eight months of this year prompted an increase in the price of the mandatory automobile insurance for 2017.
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