Thursday 2 April 2020

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Are You “Perpetual Tourist” In Costa Rica? A Must Read

By now, according to the reports of the Canatur and the immigration service, all...

Is Costa Rica a Caribbean country?

Is Costa Rica a Caribbean country? In a way, yes. It’s mostly a matter...

What is the difference between “robo” and “hurto”?

Both "Robo" (robbery) and "Hurto" (burglary) imply the fact of seizing someone else's property....

New Year’s Resolution for U.S. Citizens living in Costa Rica

(Press release) Did you know that U.S. citizens living in Costa Rica can vote...

A Costly Practice!

Rico's TICO BULL - Vehicle owners who usually pay for Marchamo (annual circulation permit)...

Expats can now learn how to prepare typical Costa Rican cuisine

Many expats become enamored with Costa Rican food and want to learn how to...

U.S. Embassy San Jose Closed Friday and Monday

The Embassy and the Consular Section of the United States in San Jose, Costa...

Is Costa Rica Really the Switzerland of Central America?

Expatsblog.com - It’s a decades old comparison that one still runs across now and...

Decking Landscaping: A DIY Guide

Have you been eyeing your yard as your next big renovation project? Does it...

What is Considered Normal In Costa Rica, But Not Accepted By Foreigners

Rico's TICO BULL - What is considered normal in Costa Rica and other countries...

Low Wages In Costa Rica

EXPAT FOCUS - I am an avid reader of Quora.com. Every day I usually...

25 Countries Where Your Pension Check Goes Furthest: Costa Rica Is 24th

When it’s time to retire, you may find your pension benefits don’t go far....

A New Community Rises in Costa Rica, but Don’t Bring Your Car

LAS CATALINAS, Costa Rica — Would you relinquish your car to live in paradise?...

Parents opposed to vaccinating their children may lose custody

Parents who oppose vaccinating their children may end up in court and even lose...

The cost of groceries Costa Rica vs USA 2019

In this blog, you’ll find the comparison of the cost of groceries Costa Rica...

What does your typical day look like when you are living in Costa Rica?

The question, "What does your typical day look like when you are living in...

Home Invasion, Everyone’s Worst Fear: Reflections of a victim

Home invasion. We were victims of a professional, well-planned home invasion. It is everyone’s...

How expats can maintain a healthy diet in Costa Rica

Home to beautiful beaches, low-cost and high-quality living, and wildlife in abundance, there are...

Winter Driving Mistakes You Don’t Have To Worry About When Living in Costa Rica

Winter weather has the nasty habit of causing unexpected problems on the roads. The...

Too Many “Gringos” View Costa Rica Through Distorted North American Eyes

Christopher Howard's Live in Costa Rica - It is very easy to look at...

If you have to work on December 25 and January 1, you will be paid double

While the central government, autonomous agencies and a number of businesses are in holiday...

My Two Colones

For the most part, people get extremely concerned when they hear the words recession,...

Buying Online From Costa Rica For Products From Abroad. My experience.

(Rico's TICO BULL) Buying online  - internet purchases - may be cheaper as retailers...

A “Clean Well Lighted Place” for a Drink

In my travels, I have been fortunate enough to have enjoyed adult beverages at...

Is living in Costa Rica all it’s made out to be

The question, "Is living in Costa Rica all it’s made out to be" put...

Best Spots for a Date in Costa Rica

Costa Rica’s subequatorial climate is marvelous. Despite that the country's territory is rather small,...

7 Unbreakable Laws of Success For Expats in Costa Rica According to Steve Jobs

I found this article while surfing The Internet - For some reason we don't...

TRUE STORY: “I Moved to Costa Rica to Escape Trump”

"Upon arriving in San José, Costa Rica’s bustling capital, we checked into our hotel...

Finding Good Meat in Costa Rica–a Continuing Endeavor

Right after I graduated from college a boyfriend took me to a restaurant in...

Parallel Worlds – Seeing Red Again

Our world. My wife and I drove to a lunchtime party at Los Sueños,...

Millennial Expats in Costa Rica

I grew up in Canada and never thought for a second that I would...

In ageing Thailand, developers race to supply locals and elderly expats

(Reuters) - At 79, Thai businessman Boon Vasin’s latest $500 million venture is a...

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