Living in Costa Rica

The Hidden Gems of the Central Pacific Coast of Costa Rica.

The Central Pacific region of Costa Rica is one of the most visited and popular areas in Costa Rica, but unfortunately many people fail to explore areas other than Jaco Beach and the Los Suenos Resort.

More People Are Spending Christmas in Costa Rica Than Ever Before! Why not enjoy your turkey dinner on the beach.

Can you blame them? You know…. it’s interesting. Until you take your first winter holiday you are blissfully living, working and playing in the snow, the slush and the cold. It’s not your fault, you didn’t know any different.

This Ex-New Yorker’s Take On Christmas Season in Costa Rica

This year will be my ninth year celebrating Christmas in Costa Rica. I have to be 100% honest with you, I am so totally happy that I am here and not back in the Big Apple or the US. Let me give you some of my top reasons..

Celebrating Christmas in the South Pacific of Costa Rica

Spending the Christmas holiday in Costa Rica may not be the same as spending the holiday at home, but you won’t find Costa Rica to be lacking in Christmas spirit.

Discover Costa Rica’s Southern Caribbean Culture At Its Finest When You Stay At Casa Conley Del Mar!

Discover Casa Conley Del Mar, Costa Rica’s newest, exclusive resort that is located in the breathtaking Southern Caribbean Coastal region of Costa Rica. Explore and enjoy Casa Conley’s remote, 20-acre tropical paradise,which offers an abundance of nature and Costa Rican wildlife.

Adventures in Costa Rica That Every Thrill Seeker Must Experience!

Every year, a large number of thrill seekers head to Costa Rica. Although there are many things to experience, four adventures in particular stand out that all adrenaline junkies should try. For people who enjoy more extreme adventures and the great outdoors, Costa Rica is the ideal destination.

Humanitarian Effort Helps Talamanca Indigenous Tribe

The U.S. Southern Command based in Panama sent in helicopters that carried a team of 16 medical professionals. Included were doctors, nurses, and even dentists.

Central and Latin America: The Perfect Escape Destination

Affordability is one reason for choosing a Latin America getaway. In addition to laidback communities, hospitable people, and pristine beaches, you can rent nice accommodations for only $500 per month.

Cars in Costa Rica. Pay the ‘marchamo’ and stay street legal.

At one point or another, my clients want to know what needs to be done to keep a vehicle street legal here in Costa Rica…

Will 2017 Be Your Last Chance To Move To Costa Rica?

Based on their staggeringly ABYSMAL track record, are you really willing to let your government – any government – protect you and your loved ones? Or, would it be sensible to have a plan ‘B’?

The Unfunded Pension Tsunami Is Rapidly Gaining Momentum. “The U.S. public pension system is mathematically guaranteed to crash!”

“Public pensions are a slow motion train wreck that can’t be stopped. Millions of workers who expect a steady stream of income when they retire will get nothing. The U.S. public pension system is mathematically guaranteed to crash.”

Living Healthier in Costa Rica

Fortunately for me, my wife loves to cook, and perhaps more importantly our lifestyle provides time for her to cook.  While the fresh, delicious ingredients found in Costa Rica is key…

Is Your Dentures Situation Hopeless? Here’s why you should consider permanent dentures called ‘All-on-4’.

Have you finally reached the point where you have no viable alternatives to fix your teeth? You have spent years, and paid thousands of dollars to your US dentist, just to hold things together. Now all the very expensive quick fixes no longer work. What to do?

Police and Osa Authorities in Costa Rica Fight Environmental Crimes

Osa plays a critical role in protecting the Costa Rica’s environment. With increasing environmental crime, officials are organizing special operations. Backing this effort is the Ministry of Public Security and the Program of Control and Protection.

Why Is Manuel Antonio Such An Attractive Area?

Manuel Antonio is a tiny strip of tropical terrain that extends out into the Pacific just outside of the town of Quepos, on Costa Rica’s southern Pacific coast. It is located in the province of Puntarenas and in the canton of Aguirre.