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Tips to Remain Hydrated During Costa Rican Summer

With the arrival of summer, there is a greater risk of sunstroke or heat stroke, since high temperatures and excessive humidity can also dehydrate the body. Therefore, it is essential to maintain good hydration and adequate nutrition, avoid being...

Living The Expat Dream in Costa Rica: How to Budget for Unexpected Expenses

Attached to every good thing in life, is some sort of cost. When it comes to leaving the hustle and bustle of your first-world Northern life to relax and unwind in a laid back tropical paradise, the aforementioned adage...

Generating Solutions to Road Blocks Due to Civil Protests

Free movement is a right in all senses, which when disturbed generates negative consequences, not only to the inhabitant of a location but also to visiting tourists. A few days ago, mid-year vacations began in Costa Rica,  a period...

How Do Ticos Celebrate Easter?

Of course, with traditions comes the celebration of different parties in Costa Rica. In general, during Holy Week, mothers use a sweet filling similar to pumpkin to prepare empanadas and other cakes for the enjoyment of Easter. In fact,...

A Dream Destination

Our country is rich in its greatness, culture, biodiversity, and nature of this last element nowadays we feel 100% proud. Because this aspect is what differentiates us between different parts of the world like a green country, a lover...

Get to Know The Largest Underground Lake in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is known throughout the world as a country rich in natural wonders. Volcanoes, beaches, mountains, and animal species are just a mouthful of delicacy that national and foreign tourists can savor. With all...

Banana Cultivation: Deeply Rooted In the Culture of Costa Rica

The bananas of Costa Rica are along with coffee and cocoa the most important agricultural products for export, generating a significant impact on the economy, the culture and our national identity. Currently, Costa Rica exports...

The Colorful Typical Oxcart of Costa Rica and the “Boyeo”

  The traditional ox cart is the most famous type of craftsmanship in Costa Rica. Since the mid-nineteenth century, oxcarts were used to transport coffee beans from the central valley of Costa Rica, in the mountains, to Puntarenas, on the...

The Mermaid Syndrome: a Disease That Continues to Cause Havoc in Our Days

  Sirenomelia is an extremely rare lethal congenital malformation. It is characterized by complete or partial fusion of the lower extremities, caused by a defect of the posterior axial caudal blastema in the fourth week...

A Step By Step: How to Install Easily Ceramic Tile Floor at Home

If you’re looking to decorate your home but not sure of what flooring to go with, ceramic tiling is an option worthy of consideration. This is essentially a tile made from clay that has been permanently hardened by hear,...
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Public Banks Improved Credit Conditions for the Purchase of Electric Vehicles

This announcement was made by the directors of the banking entities together with the First Lady, Claudia...
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Dengue Fever Is Doing The Rounds in Costa Rica

Recently it was known through the Ministry of Health of Costa Rica an increase of 160% in cases of Dengue infections in...

Only through Science, the World Population Will Be Fed in 30 Years

Science and innovation seem to be the answer to the problem of how to feed the world population in 2050, with fewer...

Have You Visited La Amistad International Park?: A World Heritage Site

La Amistad International Park (PILA) is located in the Cordillera de Talamanca, about 280 kilometers (km) from San José, the capital of...

San Carlos Hospital Opens Yoga Course for Pregnant Teenagers

A new opportunity to help pregnant teenagers get ahead, forgive and empower themselves opened the San Carlos Hospital through a prenatal yoga...
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