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Tips for the San Jose Airport

In the airports in Costa Rica, most of the staff speak some level of English. Without exception, the people that work for the airlines speak very good English. It is a requirement of their job. So, don’t worry… Read More

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Hotel Perico Azul – Jaco

If you are looking for a bargain hotel and surf camp in Jaco, Costa Rica, then think about Hotel Perico Azul. Hotel Perico Azul is the place where adventure is so perfectly intertwined with nice, comfortable lodging that… Read More

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Best Surf Camps in Jaco

Costa Rica is well know for being one of the worlds best surfing destination and can rival the likes of Hawaii and Australia. If you happen to be looking for the best waves to surf in Costa Rica,… Read More

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Daystar the Palms – Jaco Costa Rica

If you are looking for a 4-star luxury hotel condominium in the heart of Jaco with spectacular ocean views, Daystar the Palms vacation rental is the hotel for you. Located on the northern stretch of Jaco Beach and… Read More

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Daystar Bahia Azul – Jaco

Daystar Bahia Azul is a great option for families and groups traveling to Jaco, Costa Rica. Imagine yourself in a luxury condominium at 4-star hotel prices? In fact, if you are traveling in larger groups, it might make… Read More

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Hotel Presidente Costa Rica

Have you heard of Hotel Presidente Costa Rica, the iconic landmark in Costa Rica’s capital? This place is contemporary, chic in the city. This urban retreat has it all: modern decorations, smiling staff, and a lively feel. Afterall,… Read More

Top 10 Annoying Things About Ticos (Costa Ricans)

Learn about some humorous and annoying habits of the people of Costa Rica. Living in Latin America is very fun, but you need to learn first about some the social norms and the quirky nature of the people…. Read More

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Malpais Costa Rica

Mal Pais is “Bad Country” in Spanish However, the origin of the name Malpais is most likely based upon an Indian word.  The Chorotega Indians, which inhabited the area, discovered a stone that as very smooth and easy… Read More