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* H20

If you are one of those who’s looking to buy a lot in Guanacaste and would like to build your own place, it is important you are aware that we are experiencing drought condition due to “El Nino” here in Guanacaste. It is crucial that we all work together and be mindful of water waste and consumption. A few thing to consider when you are going to build and have low impact on local water sources is to be conscious of how you landscape and the type of plants you use.

* Do What You Love...

How it all got started: …

 Where do I start?  At the beginning of courseJ

Seven years ago I got married to the best woman ever and moved to Costa Rica.

* A few of my favorite things ....FOR KIDS to do while in Tamarindo.

Hi Friends,

Are you wondering what on earth is there for kids to do in this town. Well look no further, Tamarindo is great for kids and families. I will continue my Blog Post of  "A Few Of My Favorite Things...FOR KIDS to do in Tamarindo" 

* Costa Rica powered with 100% renewable energy for 75 straight days

 

Well done Costa Rica, well done. 

The Cental American country has achieved a major clean energy milestone, meeting 100 percent of its power demand with renewable energy for 75 straight days.  

* Costa Rica Ranks #1 for Peace

Costa Rica Ranks First in Central America and the Caribbean on the Global Peace Index by the Institute for Economics and Peace

costa-rica-peaceWhen my wife and I decided nearly 20 years ago to relocate our family overseas from Vancouver Canada, safety was a big concern.

* Chris Spears, you rock!

Chris Spears has helped people to buy their first property in Costa Rica. Comments from an happy client!

http://news.co.cr/buying-home-costa-ricas-gold-coast-conclusion/36670/

* A few of my favorite things to do while in Tamarindo.....

​Hi Friends,
 
My name is Stacey Watson and I thought I would start writing about "a few of my favorite things" to do in Tamarindo and the surrounding areas. You know, even after 20 years of living in this not so sleepy fishing village, there are some things I can never get enough of.

* The seasons in the Guanacaste, Costa Rica

Costa Rica’s Dry Season/High Season: Mid-End November to End April

* Top 5 foods to try in Costa rica

Top 5 Foods to Try in Costa Rica
What do you think of when you think about Costa Rican cuisine? Just because it's considered Latin America, doesn't mean that Costa Rica is the land of tacos, quesadillas, and burritos. Costa Rica's food features many types of cuisines that you've probably never even heard of, let alone actually tried.

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