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Marlene & David, fresh milk from the Costa Rican mountains

Meeting on the Irazu volcano’s hills

Most of the great moments of our trip are the ones we didn’t plan, the little accidents that actually turned into key moments that we won’t forget. 1,202 more words

Non Classé

Un desayuno apetitoso: avena ¿lo puedes creer?

Es cierto que para muchos la avena es un plato soso que no te hace saltar de la cama a comerlo, sin embargo, este humilde cereal ha progresado mucho en los últimos años (you’ve come a long way, baby) y no tengo que extenderme en sus beneficios para la salud. 354 more words

Singluten

What is your (Costa Rican) Flavor? By Kaila Noland

One of the amazing things about being in Costa Rica is that there is plenty of ice cream. Yes, I seriously just said ice cream. When you are abroad in a place that doesn’t have the food you are typically used to, the things that remind you of home and that you can connect with both cultures becomes pretty important. 304 more words

Pura Vida

Wine Connoisseur-ish

I am a huge red wine fan, so much so that I actually missed it a lot while we were in Costa Rica all last year. 451 more words

Dear Diary...

Juan Daniel Soto Curdo

Birthday: June 8, 2003
New Millennium

His parents are Alex and Rebecca, his mother doesn’t work but his father sells items he collects as a job. 26 more words

Sponsored Children

Carlos Manuel Soto Curdo

Birthday: June 8, 2003
New Millennium

His parents are Alex and Rebecca, his mother doesn’t work but his father sells things he collects as a job. 19 more words

Sponsored Children