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Cultural differences between Costa Rica and the United States

by guest blogger TicoNuevo I’m going to spend this blog on small items of note and a few observations. Much of what I am writing about this week is cultural. Some of it similar to the culture we are used to being part of in North America, some it a derivative of the Spanish influence […]

Change is in the wind for Costa Rica residency

by guest blogger Ticonuevo As of this writing, there have been several changes in Costa Rican policy and law that affect the financial wellbeing of long-term visitors, including those applying for one of the three immigrant resident categories. The changes happened just before our arrival and we were not informed of them until the first […]

Why Potential Costa Rica Expats Fail to Make the Transition

by guest blogger TicoNuevo Here’s something to think about: a significant number of all of the expats attempting to settle in Costa Rica return home within one year. I have some ideas about why this happens, and how to avoid becoming a statistic. I’ll discuss the most prominent reasons for failure here. A big reason […]

Checkin’ Out Costa Rica | Part 1

As stated in my last blog “Movin’ On”, we were committed to a Costa Rican exploration holiday and getting to know Costa Rica before moving there and so we prepared to head south. We wanted to give ourselves enough time to explore, get acquainted with the country and still leave time to enjoy ourselves.  Since we had […]

Casa Laurin for an extraordinary stay in Escazu – Costa Rica real estate

by Ivo Henfling No matter if you come to Escazu on holidays, for a look at Costa Rica real estate, for a visit to the doctor – dentist – lawyer or for having your baby in the CIMA hospital, I can recommend you stay at Casa Laurin, an extraordinary Bed & Breakfast in Escazu. Rudy […]