All the countries he visits become his home.
When you live in the United States, you’re constantly bombarded by politics... In Costa Rica I found a time and space where I could really just sit and be."
"We're lucky to live here," says Emmanuel Javogue of the Tamarindo Art Foundation.
Sand, a calm ocean, palm trees, occasional crocodiles, and a vibrant community of Costa Ricans and expats: you'll find all that in the Costa...
"Between holding fishing tournaments in different locations and traveling a lot on my own, I find there is an awful lot to like about almost all of Costa Rica. For retirement I thought about looking somewhere up near Playas de Coco."
On this Independence Day, The Tico TImes is proud to share the stories of five new Costa Ricans.
Víctor Méndez tells the story of his great-grandfather, José Barguil, who came to Costa Rica from Syria in 1930.
The Tico Times sits down with Lama Thubten Wangchen, a special representative of the Dalai Lama to Europe, during his visit to Costa Rica.
Allen Dickinson retired to Costa Rica 10 years ago. Now with a Tica wife and a job as the editor of ARCR's El Residente magazine, he says the country has brought a lot of surprises his way.
In his clothing business in San Salvador, José Fredy Landaverde accepts bitcoin transactions as required by law in his country, but as soon as...
Guatemala temporarily banned the harvesting of mollusks in the Pacific coast from Friday due to a red tide that has caused the death of...
The practices of some tour guides who feed the crocodiles in the Tarcoles River are putting the tourists at risk, as they are invited...