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Expats and InterNations in Costa Rica

GREGOR WILLIS | AUGUST 25, 2014 Nobody Stands Alone is one of InterNations’ slogans and the expat community in Costa Rica is no exception. Costa Rica has well-established expat communities in many of its towns and cities; as an InterNations’ member, you are able to connect with fellow expats and share the wonderful experiences that come […]

the Cariari Golf and Country Club offers an exciting lifestyle

Property near the Cariari Golf and Country Club offers an exciting lifestyle

The Cariari Golf and Country Club is the country’s premier and located in the most beautifully designed master-planned community in the Central Valley. This beautiful country club features the perfect location right between the cities of San José, Heredia, and Alajuela. Ciudad Cariari, a lifestyle community, is commonly called just Cariari. The community is wonderful […]

TicoNuevo dodging obstacles at the horse parade

TicoNuevo dodging obstacles at the horse parade

TicoNuevo joins ranks at the horse parade. A little-known fact for novice “tope-goers”: you can actually rent a horse and join the riders in most Costa Rican tope or horse parade. We had this offering at our horse parade. Some of the renters, to be delicate, “detracted somewhat” from the aura surrounding my vision of […]

TicoNuevo experiences his first Tope in Costa Rica

TicoNuevo experiences his first Tope in Costa Rica

If you want to move here, I insist you learn about the tope in Costa Rica. As my practice riding sessions continued on schedule, I recalled the team’s uniform requirements mentioned weeks ago during our get acquainted dinner (a black cowboy hat, white dress shirt, black jeans, western belt and buckle, and a pair of […]

TicoNuevo starts practicing for his first tope in Costa Rica

TicoNuevo starts practicing for his first tope in Costa Rica

TicoNuevo starts practicing for his first tope, a whole new experience. One more neighborly communication came through our shared caña India fence. I was reminded of my first horseback riding “lesson”, I needed practicing for my first tope or horse parade. This was going to happen on the first Tuesday after Christmas. “Be there at […]

Ticonuevo wishes for his first tope in Costa Rica

Ticonuevo wishes for his first tope in Costa Rica

This is how the wish for my first tope started. Your Costa Rican guide books and online resources probably define a “tope” like a horse parade. Using a very liberal interpretation after my first experience with one, that’s as accurate a description as I can give. Every town of any size in the Central Valley […]