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When I was just 13-years-old, I got my first job working at an Italian Restaurant right down the street from our home in cute little downtown Delafield, Wisconsin.

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Peace Corps

No Time For Perfect Places

The paved road nearly reaches the destination, but ‘nearly’ never does. The road south from Liberia is littered with large overloaded sugar cane trucks rumbling and swaying their way to the refineries, leaving a trail of slithering sugar cane stalks in their wake. 1,094 more words

Quick and Healthy Costa Rican Inspired Meal

I can’t get enough of gallo pintoCosta Rica’s most famous dish for breakfast. I fell inlove with it the first time I tasted it and so I made my own version with Quinoa. 155 more words

Food

PB Travels... La Fortuna

The next stop for me is La Fortuna, home of the Arenal Volcano. This is a volcano that last erupted in 1968 – so it is still considered to be an active volcano. 1,393 more words

Costa Rica

Boyfriend Promises ‘Grand Slam’ Valentine's Date at Denny's

Tico plans romantic date at overpriced roadside diner

ALAJUELA — Lenin Vega Lopez has big plans this Valentine’s Day to treat his girlfriend to a romantic brunch at Denny’s all-American diner. 197 more words

Costa Rica

Gallo Pinto Recipe

One of the staple dishes of Costa Rica is called Gallo Pinto. This dish can be served for breakfast, lunch, or dinner and is either accompanied by fried plantain, over medium eggs, and a nice cup of coffee (breakfast style). 111 more words

Costa Rica

Adventure Playground: Nicaragua

I think of Nicaragua as a huge playground. There’s so much fun and adventures to be had in this spectacular country. I felt like a child full of excitement to explore and be amazed. 760 more words

Travel