One of the reasons Americans and Canadians feel so comfortable living and traveling in Costa Rica is the amount of English spoken here. Spanish is the official language, but many Costa Rican’s speak a bit of English making it fairly easy to spend weeks even years in Costa Rica without ever knowing much Spanish at all. [...]
So by now everyone probably knows about the new highway from San Jose to Caldera, making the trip to Jaco Beach less than an hour. A lot of people roll their eyes when they hear that the road is nearly complete, since talk about this highway has been around for over ten years, but don’t be mistaken it is nearly complete.[...]
Although Costa Rica is a small country, it has several climatic zones, each distinct and individual. Considered a tropical country, Costa Rica gets to skip winter, and today it’s about 75 Fahrenheit and sunny at the beach[...]
Recently I wrote about consumer trends in Costa Rica and how they are tied in when looking at new business opportunities. Knowing your environment and cliental is obviously a critical step in identifying the right business. And while having a grasp of consumer trends is an excellent start[...]
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