guanacaste: Worst Presidential Election Ever? Visit Costa Rica now, beat the rush - 05/21/16 03:23 AM
Steak or fish. Or write in Costa Rica.
Why is travel to Costa Rica up so much this year? Hmmm. 
Now is a great time to check out your future life in Costa Rica. Surf? Snorkel? Scuba? Paddleboard? Golf? Bike? Bird watch? Monkey watch? Ride horses? River raft? Zip line? Volcano climb? Enjoy privacy and nature?
I have lived just outside Tamarindo ten years now.  Blue skies, white sand beaches, no army, little traffic and a wonderful mix of neighbors from everywhere. OK, bad roads, but better than before. Really.
Eight years ago I finished The Oaks Tamarindo, a luxury mid-priced community with four pools, … (2 comments)

guanacaste: Costa Rica /Annexation of Guanacaste Day and annual weather - 07/29/07 12:34 PM
Monday we are celebrating a national holiday in Costa Rica, the Annexation of Guanacaste Day, commemorating the 183d anniversary of the annexation of Guanacaste.  On July 25, 1825, the citizens of Guanacaste peacefully voted to secede from Nicaragua and become a part of Costa Rica.
The celebration is Monday because it fits better with a second holiday Thursday for the Virgin of Los Angeles, the patron saint of Costa Rica. An annual pilgrimage of the faithful begins today and concludes Thursday at the Basilica in Cartago, the seat of the Catholic Church in Costa Rica, where the image of the Virgin … (1 comments)

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