Monday 20 September 2021

Lighter Side Of The News: Costa Ricans React To Ortega’s Claim To Guanacaste

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The social media, in particular Facebook, has been abuzz with the reaction of Costa Ricans to Nicargua’s president claim to Guanacaste.


¡Diay! Map of Central America circa 16th century clearly showing that Nicaragua’s coastline belongs to Costa Rica!


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…waiting for Daniel Ortega


…weather forecast, sunny mornings, with possible rain in the afternoon and problems with Nicaragua in the evening…


If Daniel Ortega claims Guanacaste, it claims the Parque de la Merced! (The Merced park in San José is dubbed “Nica” park, as it is a place of encounter for many Nicaraguans living and working in Costa Rica.


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Ortega (top): “I am going to claim Guanacaste!”
Chinchilla (bottom): “Best I give it to you on concession.”

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