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    These Are the Main Fitness Trends For 2022

    In recent years, the fitness industry has faced huge challenges and opportunities with gym closings and a massive influx of digital fitness offerings. The...

    Typical Desserts of Costa Rica

    Today, we want to show the recipes for these 5 traditional desserts of Costa Rican cuisine, which you can easily prepare from the comfort...

    Is Sex Synonymous With Gender?

    There are many women who oppose the movement in favor of transsexuality questioning rights or accessing specific spaces only for women. In 2019, the...

    The New Republic of Barbados Names Rihanna A National Heroine

    Right after becoming the world's newest republic, Barbados officially declared its most famous citizen, singer Rihanna, a national hero. This country had already granted...

    Flavors in Costa Rica: Enjoy Its Gastronomy

    Delicious tropical fruits, rice and beans, cassava... These are just some of the foods that you will find in the meals and drinks that...

    What Demisexuality Is and Why We Should Not Rule It Out as Sexual Orientation

    Earlier this year, when Michaela Kennedy-Cuomo, the daughter of then-New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, declared herself "demisexual", she was greeted with public condescension. Many...

    Vice President of Costa Rica Claims Power as a Tool to Transform Societies

    The Vice President of Costa Rica, Epsy Campbell, claimed, last Monday in Uruguay, power as a "tool to transform" societies, during the inauguration of...

    Meet “Zues”: A Police Dog Who Received the Tico Police Force Medal of Honor

    The Costa Rican Police Force celebrated 72 years of existence this previous week and as part of the commemoration, it rewarded the heroic actions...

    Jacó Impact Motivates Costa Rican Women: “Empowered, Resilient, Valuable”

    Yorgina Ureña, as a representative of Jacó Impact, has worked with an excellent team for her social movement, which has already been active for...

    Popular Phrase ‘Pura Vida’ Crossed Borders and Was Welcomed by the Costa Rican Society

    In the middle of the 20th century, the phrase traveled through the cinematograph and established its domicile in Costa Rica. Today, this expression is...

    Model and Influencer Breaks Fishing Record in Costa Rica: “Now I Fish”

    The spectacular model, influencer, TV presenter, motivational and optimistic (she is always happy), Marijke Van Laarhoven Vega, is news because last weekend she broke...

    The First Female Empowerment Competition Arrives in Latin America

    Twelve Latin American entrepreneurs are the protagonists of the competition "Escuela Imparables" on channel E!, Which opens on November 8th and is hosted by...

    Benefits of Living near The Sea

    Having a couple of days off, or a beach vacation, is something that many hope to accomplish at least once a year. Living close...

    17-Year-Old Tico Will Host Innovative Program On Women’s Soccer

    She is a footballer, she is 17 years old and has many dreams to fulfill. Her name is Melissa Barrantes Barrios and, despite her...

    Law Project That Regulates the Image of Costa Rican Women Advances in the National...

    The Special Commission for Women affirmatively ruled file 21375, reform of the title and several articles of the Law that regulates propaganda that uses...

    How the Second World War Brought Origin to the Paralympics

    What does World War II have to do with the Paralympic Games? Well, in essence, everything. Before World War II, when soldiers returned wounded from...

    “Jobs with a Safety Helmet Stopped Having Gender,” Says Costa Rica’s First Construction Engineer

    “Breaking barriers and generating changes is not easy, but if you have a passion for something you have to fight to achieve it”, that's...

    Why African Americans Expats are Choosing Costa Rica as the Best Option for a...

    The Caribbean coast of Central America’s safest and most stable country offers African-american expats a life that is less stressful, more affordable, and free...

    Some Cool Facts About Costa Rica that you Probably Didn’t Know!

    Do you want to know more about Costa Rica? Here are some cool facts about the Land of Pura Vida that you probably didn't...

    Happiness Levels in the World: Current Status

    Is having enough money to cover your basic needs and material desires help you live a relatively happy life? Well, it seems so, according...

    The World of Work Has Changed Forever and this Includes Costa Rica

    The COVID-19 Pandemic has shaken humanity out of its complacency. People have started seriously looking into the way they lead their lives. Many have...

    14 Tico Women Were Declared “Benefactors of the Fatherland

    The fundamental contributions of 14 Costa Rican women in fields such as science, politics, poetry, art and the environment made them “Benefactors of the...

    Ayahuasca in Costa Rica: 5 Things You Need to Know About This Hallucinogen

    The revelation of the American actress Megan Fox about her recent trip to Costa Rica to ingest Ayahuasca (Yagé) brought to the fore the...

    Costa Rica, the Ideal Country for Wellness Tourism

    Tourism is one of the most important economic activities in Costa Rica, a country that before the pandemic received nearly three million people each...

    Celebration of Virtual Pride Fills Costa Rica with Colors in June

    Motivating all people to march from their homes to show their support for diversity, human rights and inclusion, is the goal of Virtual Pride...

    884 Same-Sex Couples Were Married During the First Year of Equal Marriage in Costa...

    On the verge of celebrating the first anniversary of the historic reform that recognized equal marriage in Costa Rica, a total of 884 same-sex...

    “Pura Vida”: A Phrase That Makes the Idiosyncrasy of a Great Country

    In our Costa Rica there is a phrase, a proper connotation that manages to encompass what we are (exuberant landscapes, beautiful women and a...

    Costa Rica, A Country to Feel “Pura Vida”

    From the Pacific coast to the Caribbean; from the peaks of its famous volcanoes to the dense valleys where green explodes: Costa Rica is...

    What is an Ecological Way of Life?

    In 1972 while studying in New York, “The Limits of Growth” was published by MIT by petition of UNESCO.  This report presented the first...

    As in the film ‘Wonder’! This is how you live in Costa Rica with...

    Alina Soto is 32 years old and, like the protagonist of the film, she suffered from ruthless bullying, inquisitive looks, and ignorance of her...

    How many Indigenous Peoples are currently in Latin America?

    In Latin America there are currently 522 indigenous peoples ranging from Patagonia to northern Mexico, passing through different geographic areas such as the Amazon,...

    8 Best Yoga Poses for Newbies

    Have you never taken a single yoga poses class and feeling the stress of getting down on the mat for the first time? Don't...

    Central American LGBTI Migrants Find Refuge in Costa Rica

    According to the “LGBTI Refugee Institute for Central America”, up to 10% of the 5,000 refugees in Costa Rica are people from the LGBTI...

    Envision Fest: A Unique Experience That Will Make Your Senses Vibrate

    “Envision Fest”, is a “Dance” music event that will be held from February 17 to 24 and is considered the largest music festival in...

    Ayahuasca Part 4

    Silence We are all silent for a long time. The fire is fed. Space holders walk people to the bathroom. Hecka circles the group to...

    Ayahuasca part 3

    The First CupWith simple words but a heavy request the Shaman instructs, “Think of your intention for the night”, how does one have intention...

    Ayahuasca Part 2

    Surrender In order to connect with nature and have a moment of quietude and perspective before the unknown of the night, the participants take a...

    Ayahuasca

    Our cars bouncing over crater size potholes we travel to the lush Resonance (https://www.ResonanceCR.com/) property on the Guanacaste coast of Costa Rica. Nine people,...

    Don Carlos Monge Alfaro: Costa Rica's Renaissance Man

    Carlos Monge Alfaro (Cartago, May 22, 1909 - San José, April 8, 1979) was an educator, writer, essayist, historian, geographer, politician, and Costa Rican philosopher

    Doña Carmen Granados Soto: The Nacional Soul Of Costa Rica

    Known to all Costa Ricans as the "Alma Nacional” (National Soul), the cheerful, always flirtatious, deeply Costa Rican and irreplaceable Doña Carmen Granados Soto
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