marketing: Rainy Season in Costa Rica - 10/21/07 06:47 AM

I came back from Canada this week to find a state of emergency declared and most major roads closed at least part of the week. This is the height of Costa Rica's rainy season, from late September through early November. Luckily, the waters recede quickly, so that traffic is now restored between San Jose (where I live) and Guanacaste (where I live and work). Roads were impassable or hugely delayed for two days as rivers rose. While Costa Rica is  too far south to be in the hurricane routes, heavy rains are the norm now.
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Robert Irvin (The Oaks Tamarindo)

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