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The Most Successful U.S. Fast-food In Costa Rica

QSR Magazine just released its annual ranking of the top fast-food chains in the...

Pets Welcome Here: Pet Friendly Restuarants in San Jose

(QCOSTARICA) - What's better than taking your four-legged family member to a restaurant with...

Camote (Sweet Potato): A Super Food!

Camote or sweet potato is one of the oldest vegetables known to man and...

Francisca Lachapel, A Beauty Queen That Is Different

COSTA RICA EXTRA - She thinner than the average Miss. Attractive, even with thick...

The Costa Rica Colon Among The 7 Coolest Currencies In The World

All travelers love exchanging money. Whether you do it at the bank before a...

Have a Beer While Driving in Costa Rica!

Driving overseas can be confusing enough without dealing with strange laws, like if converting...

Food Trucks In Costa Rica

Four years ago food trucks started in the Costa Rican market with the aim...

The Mercado Central; A Slice of Costa Rican Life

North American visitors often ask this question: “I am visiting Costa Rica, and I...

Bizarre traffic laws of Costa Rica and around the world

Rico's TICO BULL - Why did the chicken cross the road? Because it was...

Tarcoles Ferry, Before The Famous “Crocodile Bridge”

Historical photos of Rio Tarcoles....today, its known as the famous "crocodile bridge". But here...

CABUYA: A laid-back Pacific beach town and a curious island of the dead

Cabuya is a small town (and an island — Isla Cabuya) on the beach...

What bus service was like long ago in Costa Rica (Photos)

Buses are a cheap and a reliable way of getting around Costa Rica. San...

Can Sports Reduce Violence Toward Women?

(Olive Branch) Women who practice a sport claim that sports give them better health...

Casual Dating Sites Open Up Possibilities

Sometimes you’re not looking for the Right One, but rather the One Right Now....

Tamales, A Christmas Tradition in Costa Rica

COSTA RICA EXTRA - For almost all Costa Rican families a Christmas season without...

10 Deadliest Animals in Costa Rica

(QCOSTARICA) Costa Rica is beautiful and serene, but there is a dark side. With...

Women Fight Child Prostitution in Costa Rica

QCOSTARICA — Tarcoles Bridge in Costa Rica is famous for the crocodiles that sunbathe...

In Pictures: Sex in Nature

Did you know that Phasmids (stick insects) in Florida remain attached for five months...

The Birds of Sierpe

This is a “snake” that birds love. Birds and snakes are generally not a...

7 Very Cool “Miradores” in Costa Rica

They say that everything looks better from above, maybe that's why many love "miradores"...

The Drive To Monteverde

Last month, on February 8 (2019) to be precise, I had the occasion to...

New San Jose Artisan Market: More Space, More Choices

The old artisan market in San Jose, on Calle 13bis just west of the...

People who live to 100 tend to eat lots of beans

Dan Buettner grew up in Minnesota during the 1960s, where he was fed a...

Tico Is The Oldest Man In The World!

Born in Costa Rica on March 10, 1900, José Delgado Corrales, better known as...

Interview: Costa Rica’s Jade Museum

The Jade Museum in San José, Costa Rica houses the world’s largest collection of...

The tradition of natural fiber in Costa Rica

The 2018 Costa Rican National Prize for the Patrimony of Intangible Culture (Premio Nacional...

An Anaconda in Guanacaste? Not Quite!

By Coco Connect -Over the last few days various Costa Rica news outlets have...

“Boterismo” Comes To Costa Rica

For 3 months, the exhibition "Viacrucis: the passion of Christ", by Fernando Botero, will...

5 Things We Know About the People Who Live Longest: Lessons from Nicoya, Costa Rica

The average lifespan in the U.S. is about 78 years, and for the first...

How Costa Rica Got Its Name

Every name of every country has a story behind it, but if you look...

Conservation charity honors campaign to save Costa Rica’s hammerhead sharks from illegal fishing

A conservationist striving to protect hammerhead sharks in Costa Rica has been honored with...

Karina Bolaños Former Deputy Minister of Culture and Youth (Video and Photos)

Costa Rica's Deputy minister of Culture and Youth Karina Bolaños has achieved international fame...

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