DEPARTMENTS

Volcanoes of Costa Rica . Part 4 Poás Volcano

The Poás Volcano is an active 2.708 mts (8,885 ft) stratovolcano in the Central Mountain Range of Costa Rica. This volcano is located in the province of Alajuela, 45 km northwest from San José. The Poás Volcano is one of the most active volcanoes in Costa Rica.

Costa Rica Franchise Expo 12th & 13th May 2016

Expofranquicia is an activity which has been organized by the National Center Franchise Costa Rica (CENAF) for six consecutive years and will be held in Costa Rica on the 12th & 13th May 2016.

Volcanic Mountain Ranges of Costa Rica

In Costa Rica there are four groups of mountain ranges. They run from northwest to southeast crossing the whole country. Only two of these mountain ranges are volcanic. They are called the Volcanic Mountain Range of Guanacaste and the Central Volcanic Mountain Range.

This Law Would Really Leave Us Defenseless

In just the last year, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) revealed that hackers had stolen the personal information of more than 20 million current and former federal government applicants and employees. The stolen data included more than six million fingerprints — considered the “gold standard” for proof of identity.

Volcanoes of Costa Rica. Part 3 – Barva Volcano

The Barva Volcano is a Central Mountain Range volcano located 22 km to the north of San José in the province of Heredia. The Barva volcano is the third highest volcano in Costa Rica with a height of 2,906 meters above sea level.

Murders in Costa Rica For The First Quarter of 2016. Limón remains the most dangerous place.

When someone plans to retire in the USA, they would be foolish to base their overall decision on the crime rate in the worst cities in the USA like which have murder rates more double that of anything found in Costa Rica.

Man Finishes a Costa Rica Home 63 Feet Beneath the Ground

Home is where the heart is, and for one Costa Rican man, that is 63 feet below ground. After securing a building permit, it typically takes 7 months to finish construction on a traditional single-family home. However, for Manuel Barrantes, it took 12 years to complete his dream home.

What If My Wife And I Run Out Of Money After We Move To Costa Rica? And other common concerns …

It was as beautiful and exciting as it was during their many vacations. Using much of their life savings, they purchased some property with a great view and built a small house and a tourist cabina, with the expectation that tourists would be eager to share their small piece of paradise and provide them with income.

Panama Papers Proves Most Offshore Investments Are Legal

That’s what the headlines should have proclaimed. But they didn’t.
Instead, when announcing the theft of more than 11.5 million records from Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca, the mainstream media once again equated “offshore” with “tax evasion,” “money laundering,” and other criminal behavior.

Getting Your Residency in Costa Rica. Attorneys Versus Our Recommended Immigration Consultant!

But there are so many lawyers on the periphery who, while not necessarily intending to do harm, are downright delusional about the imagined prestige and power of that law degree.

Volcanoes of Costa Rica. Part 2 – Irazú Volcano

Irazú is a volcano in the Central Volcanic Mountain Range of Costa Rica. This volcano is located 32 km north of the city of Cartago in the district of Santa Rosa, in the cantón of Oreamuno.

Living in Escazu, Costa Rica – Where the climate suits my clothes… Free video.

People often ask me what I like best about living in Escazu. By now, I have a number of answers that I spit out about the amenities, the schools, the economy etc. But what I really like best is living without excessive heat or air-conditioning.

Top Ten Reasons For Living In Escazu and Santa Ana, Costa Rica.

Living in Escazu, Costa Rica is not for everyone. If you are the ‘pioneering’ type and already speak fluent Spanish then living in a more remote area of Costa Rica may be perfect for you from day one.

Making the Move to Costa Rica Series With Ruud & Odette Koster in Playas del Coco. Part 1

January 2000… our first, and only, vacation to Costa Rica, the start of our love affair. Love when you are not looking for it, when you least expect it.

My Philosophy On ‘Middle Age’ in Costa Rica.

Having just turned 56 years old I wanted to make my thoughts clear for those comedians out there who now accuse me of being ‘old.’