Thank you San José. I will be back soon.

A note from the Publisher: The Costa Rica Blog Network has chosen to feature the following article for its well-rounded approach to touring San Jose (and surrounding areas) with a day or two to spare in the capital city, and for drawing the conclusion: “if something looks interesting…STOP and take a look around. You will never be disappointed at the wonders you will find.” Thanks to Michael for submitting his personal account to us. We hope other travellers will be able to experience for themselves much of the same that you were able to experience, and ultimately, travel appreciatively with the same mentality you took away from your trip. Pura vida!

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Costa Rica Delivers Flood-Stage Rivers, Kayaking Down Volcanoes And 40′ Waterfalls (oh my)

A note from the Publisher: The Costa Rica Blog Network has chosen to feature the following article for its lengthy and in-depth look at some of Costa Rica’s greatest paddling opportunities as experienced with a local flare. Thanks to Karl for submitting his personal account to us. We hope other serious paddling enthusiasts do not miss your advice: “visitors to Costa Rica should not miss this gem.” Pura vida!

Haunting Art of the Sanatorio Durán, Costa Rica

A note from the Publisher: The Costa Rica Blog Network has chosen to feature the following article for its exploration of a costa rican site nearly forgotten: “the former tuberculosis hospital. The edifice is now derelict: a sorry, dirty skeleton of a once thriving sanatorium where sufferers of the highly infectious disease were once treated in isolation; the cool mountain air serving as a panacea.” Thanks to Harriet for submitting her personal account to us. We hope the sanatorium visit was as chilling, thrilling, and thought-provoking for you as your written account of it is for us readers. Pura vida!

5 daily-life-facts about a coffee growing region

A note from the Publisher: The Costa Rica Blog Network has chosen to feature the following article for its summary of some of the key steps of coffee production in Costa Rica, where “there is coffee absolutely everywhere.” Thanks to Audrey for submitting her personal account to us. We hope your investigative work was capped off with a cup of Tarrazu’s finest brew. Pura vida!