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Photos: Go Skateboarding Day in Costa Rica

Friday was worldwide Go Skateboarding Day, and skateboarders in Costa Rica were happy to oblige.

Can it still be agua de sapo if El Portón Rojo mixes it with rum?

I sat down to eat pizza at El Portón Rojo (200 meters east and 75 south from Arenas store, at Los Yoses) and ordered my usual pizza for two —prosciutto, arugula, and parmesan cheese— but instead of the usual beer, I asked for a drink that seemed familiar: the sapo bautizado.

Espresso gets NSFW treatment in Franco’s ‘carajillo’ cocktail

A drink that leaves you buzzed in every sense.

Off the eaten path: Coconut

Prepare to eat slowly and very, very well.

Off the eaten path: Ban Mee

You might not expect to find an authentic Vietnamese restaurant tucked away on Calle 38 in Paseo Colon, near the heart of San Jose. But there it is, an unassuming 45-seat restaurant with three parking spots and a small red, yellow, and black sign that reads: Ban Mee.

Peace vigils for Nicaragua continue in Costa Rica

Another vigil was held over the weekend in San José.

PHOTOS: The final days of Costa Rica’s International Arts Festival

A look at the close of this year's International Arts Festival in Costa Rica.

After vibrant first weekend, International Arts Fest continues through April 15

The government-sponsored festival will continue through Sunday, April 15.

PHOTOS: Transitarte brings art, music to sunny San José streets

Take in some of the sights from this year's Transitarte in Parques Morazán, España and Nacional.

PHOTOS: International Women’s Day March in San José, Costa Rica

"I was really impressed for the commitment. It's not a joyful day. It's a struggle," said photographer and participant Roberto Delgado Webb.

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