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When Bocas del Toro, Panama was part of Costa Rica

Look closely at this mid-1800s map of Costa Rica, and you might spot some major differences. 

Roosevelt’s Costa Rica fishing trip to Isla del Coco

Did you know that U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt visited Costa Rica's Isla del Coco? Thanks to Larry Chastain we were able to get and digitize...

Remembering John F. Kennedy’s speech at UCR in Costa Rica

Kennedy became the first sitting U.S. President to make an appearance in Costa Rica. 

Costa Rica Thanksgiving recipes with a Tico Twist

Thanksgiving, or acción de gracias in Spanish, is an all-American tradition that has made its way into the heart of Costa Rica. A large...

The birth of the Pan-American Highway in Costa Rica

I've always believed that the direction of my life was set by the birth of the Pan-American Highway (a.k.a. Inter-American Highway).

San José, Costa Rica: One of the first cities with electricity

In 1884, San José, Costa Rica, became one of the first cities in the world to be illuminated with electric lighting.

TBT: Costa Rica’s most famous crocodile

Nearly 10 years ago, Pocho the crocodile died of natural causes in Siquirres, Costa Rica.

TBT: Costa Rica at the turn of the decade (2010-19)

I know that sometimes I look back. But it's to know from where I come from.

TBT: Costa Rica’s National Stadium

The 35,000-seat stadium replaced its predecessor of the same name and location.

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