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Tuesday 25 July 2017

Gardening in Costa Rica with Steve – Gardening for Wildlife

From Retire for less in Costa Rica - When we began gardening many years ago, we also started...

What Does It Cost You NOT to Move to Costa Rica?

QCOSTARICA RETIREMENT LIVING - In his article of December 24, 2014 and published on Retire For Less in...

What Does It Cost to Retire in Costa Rica?

QCOSTARICA LIVING from Livingincostarica.com - This is an article that was recently published by Investopedia. I have added...

Common Misconceptions About Living And Retiring in Costa Rica

QCOSTARICA LIVING (FamilyFreedomProject.com) What are some common misconceptions people have when they hear you are retired in Costa...

The 17th Edition of “The New Golden Door to Retirement and Living in Costa Rica” Is Out

Our good friend Christopher Howard has just released his 17th edition of the perennial best-selling guidebook, "The New...

Good news for retirees who use taxis in Costa Rica

Retiring in Costa Rica by  Christopher Howard - Taxis and buses, are very affordable in Costa Rica when...

In Costa Rica retirees won’t have to die of loneliness

I recently read an article about loneliness increasing one’s chances of dying prematurely. Can it actually happen? Apparently, according...

Keeping Busy and Happy in Costa Rica

From Live in Costa Rica blog - As we age we become more and more aware of the...

Building a Dream In Costa Rica

This article is courtesy of InternationalLiving.com, the world's leading authority on how to live, work, invest, travel, and...

Retiring to a Foreign Paradise Offers Pleasures, But Pitfalls As Well

From The Boston Globe / NOSARA, Costa Rica — To get to Joe and Helena Wygal’s home in...

The Positives of Life in the U.S. for Less in Costa Rica

By Jason Holland, International Living Magazine Bruce and Karen Huss’s move to Costa Rica’s Central Pacific coast evolved over...

Costa Rica retirement not always tropical paradise

Bill Peace sees his new home in Playa Herradura, Costa Rica for the first time. He moves in...

How many gringos are there in Costa Rica, what do they do?

By Christopher Howard If you are thinking or living in or retiring in Costa Rica the following should be...

Where to live – West of San José

By Christphoer Howard/Live in Costa Rica Blog I originally started this series a couple of months ago but got...

Jurassic Park for Retirees in Costa Rica

From Live in Costa Rica Blog/QCostarica - From Keeping Busy and Happy in Costa Rica series1 If  you have...

“Since Moving to Costa Rica, Our Days are Relaxed, and not Rushed…”

When Brian and Stephanie Gough went on vacation in Tamarindo, a stunning stretch of palm-fringed shoreline on Costa...

The Association of Residents of Costa Rica

  Living in Costa Rica can be exciting, but also challenging. One organization that hwas been assisting those living...

Chasing The ‘Impossible Dream’ – Nebraska Couple Starting a Resort in Costa Rica

Via Omaha.com/QCostarica Lush green jungle, white sandy beaches, roaring waterfalls – they are sights many people can only dream...

El Aguinaldo is a new concept for retirees

From LiveinCostarica blog/QCostarica It is almost that time of year when employers in Costa Rica have to pay employees...

Most Costa Ricans have it all!

By Chris Howard, Live In Costa Rica Blog/QCostarica When I moved to Costa Rica almost 35 years ago to...

Costa Rica’s Running Scene for Retirees

Many baby boomers are health conscious and into running. The benefits which an individual can get from running...

It is not difficult for Retirees to be vegetarians in Costa Rica

Tuesday 06 November 2012 | QRetirement I have been a vegetarian for almost forty years. I am actually Lacto-ovovegetarian...

Where Retirees Can Find a Good Umbrella and Even Get it Fixed in Costa Rica

Thursday 01 November 2012 | QRetirement | Source: Live in Costa Rica Blog Well, it seems that the rainy...

Top 10 Things You Should Know Before Moving to Costa Rica

Relocating to another country is a significant decision that should be given careful thought. When pondering about such...

Reasons to live or retire in Costa Rica

Have you ever dreamed of the perfect place to live or retire with a great lifestyle? You have...

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On Tuesday, Guanacaste Day is a Costa Rican holiday celebrating Costa Rica's annexation of Guanacaste province in 1824. It is celebrated every July 25th....

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