Costa Rica: Interests
While you might know that Costa Rica is a small country in the southern portion of Central America, you may not realize the rich history that abounds there, or the ecologically diverse wildlife, or the incredible number of sights to see.
Posted by Guest Post on February 8, 2013 in Costa Rica Blog, Costa Rica News, http://news.co.cr/travelers-move-at-the-pace-of-life-in-costa-rica/21891/
My girlfriend and I just returned from a trip to Costa Rica and, as a transportation professional navigating a foreign land, I couldn't help but take notice of certain aspects of Costa Rican mobility.
Despite the location that you choose to visit in Costa Rica, you should be able to find the following activities close by so that you can partake in them. This is my list for the best things to do in almost any location in Costa Rica.
Who doesnâ€™t like chocolate? The good news is it is a great crop for countries like Costa Rica to grow as well.
Most everyone that comes to Costa Rica wants to see the wildcats, but few people have the opportunity. There are six types of wildcats in Costa Rica. All of the wildcats hide really well.
LONDON, July 4 (UPI) -- Costa Rica tops the "Happy Planet Index," a ranking of ecological efficiency among the world's nations, survey officials say.
Costa Ricans reported the highest life satisfaction and have an average life expectancy second only to Canada, said a release from the New Economics Foundation, a British think tank that promotes ecology and sustainable economics.
Donâ€™t Put Your Foot in your Mouth
One of the greatest obstacles in learning any foreign language is to replace the language habits of English with those of the new language.
The revamped exhibit displaying Costa Rica's pre-Columbian past reopened in the National Museum Tuesday morning after being closed to the public for nearly a year.