Truly informative articles about retirement in Costa Rica can not be written by ‘travel writers’, they can only be written about by people who are actually living and who are retired in Costa Rica. 90% of the articles you will find here about retiring in Costa Rica are unique to our site. They have been written by people who have been retired in Costa Rica for many years, who understand the culture, the people and the country and you can learn from their experience.
Retirement In Costa Rica
Why I Love Living in San José, Costa Rica
I stand out in front of my house. Over the rooftops I see beautiful mountains dotted with houses and other small buildings. Then a car ...Read More
During the high season from December 15th through the end of April, Hernán is very busy indeed so should you wish to hire him for a one to ...Read More
Burnt-Out Attorney Plans To Help Burnt-Out Attorneys
Unfortunately Kevin died suddenly of an aneurysm and my retirement plans were set back a few years. Kevin had complained of "burn out" but ...Read More
Costa Rica Living – What About Single Expat Women?
This is the story of the single expatriate female in Costa Rica. Sometimes it's not pretty but usually it's flat-out exhilarating. Now, ...Read More
Costa Rica Travel Guide – New edition of Explore Costa Rica debuts.
The 668-page Explore Costa Rica covers internal air flights, bus travel, ferry schedules, what to do, what to avoid, studying Spanish, ...Read More
Uvita Real Estate Needs Change
Although Uvita is clearly poised to become the commercial center for the Costa Ballena area, it would be prudent that sellers, buyers and ...Read More
Costa Rica: A dream finally come true!
Yes, I made it. At the end of May 2013, I implemented my long-time dream to move to Costa Rica. In February 2007, a client of mine, who ...Read More
Costa Rica Real Estate For Pioneers and Nature Lovers – Sabalo, a town to watch
Like Miramar, it has more churches than bars giving it a level of tranquility rarely found in this day and age. Beyond this statistic, it ...Read More
Costa Rica Government Services Now Just a Click Away.
The new Costa Rica government website is now online and comprises of 65 government services and contacts...Read More
There are no addresses in Costa Rica. No house numbers, no building numbers, and no street names (with rare exceptions). Not even in the ...Read More