TICONUEVO | JUNE 14, 2014
Let’s continue last week’s discussion of bargains: inexpensive and/or plentiful things you’ll discover in Costa Rica.
Our last utility to mention is water. It is delivered to us from the local municipality and is just a whole lot less expensive than in the States.
We had to water our acre like crazy during the dry season this year to give the recently planted landscaping a chance to take root and our bill was “outrageously high” (around $60 a month), but I know folks in our town that pay on an average of about $8.00 a month all year long.
In summary, utilities by and large are less costly than in North America.