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The True Meaning Of Pura Vida

Featured Author: Andrea MacEachern (visit the Another Day Of Grace Blog)

I opened my inbox one day to find an email with a peculiar subject line. 1,428 more words

Costa Rica

History, Archaeology And Excavation: Costa Rica’s Guayabo National Monument

By no means am I a historian, an archaeologist, or an excavationist, but I certainly respect the work of each and how important it is to our understanding of the past. 1,100 more words

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Costa Rica’s Juan Santamaria Day! Brave Martyr or Brazen Myth?

Juan Santamaría, an impoverished drummer boy, born of a single mother from the town of Alajuela, is easily the most famous martyr in Costa Rican history, and the only individual to have a National Holiday (April 11) declared in his honor. 1,296 more words

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Why Costa Rica is Great For Adults and Kids! Kiri Tapanti Trout Fishing!

Hello Lovelies,

I thought I’d share a wonderful little place our entire family enjoyed when we were in Costa Rica.

If you haven’t been to Costa Rica before then you are in for a real treat. 709 more words


Mercado Central

A must see in Costa Rica is el Mercado Central (Central Market). This isnt your regular tourist attraction, this is as authentic as you get. There are countless vendors selling everything from home goods to hair ornaments as well as authentic restaurants where you can taste real Costa Rican food. 145 more words


Flying High With SkyTrek Arenal

Featured Author: Ashima Scripp (visit the Taking In The View Blog)

Ziplining is all the rage in Costa Rica with lines set up at all the major tourist donations in the country. 710 more words

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Eating My Way Across Costa Rica

You can’t come to Latin America and not eat guacamole. It’s practically against the law.

Breakfast: Arroz con frijoles, fried plantains, fresh watermelon and, of course, PB toast. 384 more words

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