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Posts on the daily life, challenges and joys of retirement in Costa Rica by a retired U.S. expat from Oregon. Lots of photos, details about the cost... read more [Hits: 49 - Added: 24-09-13]http://adullroar.blogspot.com
Quirky, ethical, budget travel as a couple. read more [Hits: 12 - Added: 20-04-14]http://charlieontravel.com
Costa Rica Curious is a blog about daily life in Costa Rica ... the good and the bad ... and how one person (me!) is learning about and surviving in a... read more [Hits: 123 - Added: 31-03-09]http://costaricacurious.wordpres...
A blog about living in and traveling around Costa Rica, written from the unique perspective of a US expat and a Tico. Amazing adventures, insider... read more [Hits: 79 - Added: 06-10-10]http://www.delapuravida.com
Life in Rural Costa Rica through the eyes of a slightly eccentric Englishwoman.
read more [Hits: 12 - Added: 22-01-16]https://costaricansojourn.wordpr...
Gringos in Paradise documents the joys and challenges of retiring to and living in Costa Rica. From expat insights, monthly budgeting to the humor of... read more [Hits: 40 - Added: 08-06-14]http://paulandmarilynretire.blog...
Katie and Sam are professional expats. We've gone from South Korea to Turkey and now we're on our way to Costa Rica! Follow our blog as we... read more [Hits: 20 - Added: 15-05-14]http://www.katiestrails.com
Leaving the Nest is a funny, irreverent, but oftentimes helpful blog that is filled with features that include my own original stories as well as... read more [Hits: 28 - Added: 12-07-11]http://cultureshock-survival.blo...
Native Foreigner is a quarterly magazine and blog for travelers returning from a long-term trip abroad and who are dealing with reverse culture shock.... read more [Hits: 9 - Added: 16-05-12]http://www.nativeforeignermag.co...
Pura Vida :Living the Good Life" in Costa del Sol is a collection of stories, photos and memories of what it is like to live in Costa Rica and... read more [Hits: 39 - Added: 05-01-11]http://puravidacostadelsol.blogs...
Iceland is a country for adventures. Waterfalls, glaciers, hiking, fjords, whale watching — Iceland is awash with incredible activities for nature lovers and adventurers. On my first trip to Ice... read more
Posted on 22 March 2017 | 7:57 pm
Charlie on Travel
Shielding my eyes from the piercing rain, I looked up to discover the source of the crash - a towering pine tree silhouetted black by the purple urban night sky. Its branches pierced vertical. Its tr... read more
Posted on 20 March 2017 | 12:19 am
De la Pura Vida
I've been arguing with myself for over a year about pursuing citizenship here in Costa Rica. I've put in the time, which is 7 years, why not get something for it? There are a lot of benefits, suc... read more
Posted on 11 March 2017 | 9:14 pm
A Dull Roar - Moving to, Retiring in, Living with Costa Rica
Two Weeks in Costa Rica |
Nestled in a lush valley between two dormant volcanoes is the town of Bijagua. This rural village is probably best known as a stop-over destination for those visiting the nea... read more
Posted on 4 March 2017 | 5:20 pm
Two Weeks in Costa Rica
Cutting our month budget from $6,000/month to $1,750 was totally easy - we have officially made it a month in paradise! To be completely honest with you, it wasn't very hard to live in paradise. I kno... read more
Posted on 3 November 2016 | 9:39 pm
After 4 and a half long months in the USA I am officially back in Costa Rica. I have lived here well over 2 years and this was my first visit back home to see family. I didn’t know what to expec... read more
Posted on 13 October 2016 | 5:09 pm
Under the Latin Sun
That’s one of the most common questions I receive by email each week. Some time ago, I described a variety of schools in the area. Over the years our children attended a couple of them and exper... read more
Posted on 19 July 2016 | 2:31 pm
Family Freedom Project
What I wasn’t aware of when we were told we were going to be based in Guanacaste was that it is cattle country, it contains over 20,000 livestock producers most of which are cattle producers. Th... read more
Posted on 22 March 2016 | 1:02 pm
Costa Rican Sojourn
NOTE: The shuttle boat part of this article is now out of date. The new bridge at Las Tablillas that opened on May 2, 2015 has meant lots of changes. Our June 22, 2015 post (above) document... read more
Posted on 26 December 2015 | 3:58 pm
GRINGOS IN PARADISE: Paul & Marilyn's Retirement Adventure
Still alive. Still kicking, at least metaphorically. Since taking up yoga, I've discovered that kicking requires something called core muscles, which I apparently don't have. I've stepped back from th... read more
Posted on 30 November 2015 | 3:24 pm
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