Jellyfish, A Menace In Beaches Worldwide

Costa Rica. For millions of tourists, the name brings to mind images of great beaches,  impressive landscapes, and amazing biodiversity. The country offers all...

Creating Fortune in Latin America

International Investment Advisor Venezuela has been in turmoil for some time now. Recently this Caribbean nation has made all the headlines again. In spite of...

Costa Rica Fights Childhood Cancer

Every February 15 the world commemorates International Children's Cancer Day. This special date was instituted in  2001 in order to raise awareness of cancer...

What Are the Mysterious and Enormous Stone Spheres Found in Costa Rica?

The presence in Costa Rica of these -often huge- spherical stones are well known and we have spoken of it extensively in other articles,...

Neuro-Linguistic Programming: Others Have Programmed You!

First of all, what is Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)? An NLP is the repetition of action for a certain time until it is performed unconsciously. Routinary...

48% of Forests in Central America Are Defended by Indigenous Peoples

Indigenous peoples occupy vast tracts of Central American territory, including more than half of the region's forests and many of its waterways. This, together...

Manatees Are in Danger of Extinction in Costa Rica

The Antillean manatee was declared as a symbol of Costa Rica in terms of fauna since the animal was in danger of extinction. In...

Funky Socks to Promote Awareness

On March 21, the world celebrates a very special day. One that emphasizes human diversity, acceptance, and understanding. First observed in 2006, the date...

Stop Violence against Women!

Last Saturday night, in the Ecuadorian city of Ibarra, a man, allegedly Venezuelan, took his former sentimental partner hostage for about 90 minutes. Neither...

Costa Rica Starts 2019 with a Firm Ecological Commitment!

Every year, new collective purposes are taken in Costa Rica to provide greater care to our planet. 2019 began with major initiatives that have...
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