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Bittersweet Costa Rica

Bittersweet Costa Rica from Kevin Day on Vimeo. It has been a long time since I could muster the energy to update Tanager Photography, but now the dust of my life has settled a bit, and I’m ready to return. So much was stolen from me in November 2015 — but now, I feel like I’ve got it all back in spades. Show More Summary

Out of Context? My CNN Interview

From China to Costa Rica, positive messages have been pouring in from friends around the world who saw my CNN Business Traveller Interview. Hate rhetoric has also reared its ugly head as chronic MSers think TPOL is a snitch thanks to diagram that I didn’t create. Show More Summary

Lichen Katydid Camouflage

Photographer David Weiller captured this eyepopping macro video of the Markia Hystrix, aka the Lichen Katydid, a spiky grasshopper as it blends in brilliantly with its similarly fibrous surroundings in Costa Rica.

Cartoon: U. S. Elections (Cartoon from Costa Rica)

See great cartoons by all the top political cartoonists at To license this cartoon for your own site, visit The post Cartoon: U. S. Elections (Cartoon from Costa Rica) appeared first on The Moderate Voice.

Costa Rica’s Last Green Mile (Video)

Originally published on The Climate Reality Project. Imagine an entire country powered by 100-percent renewable energy. For Costa Rica, that’s nearly a reality. Costa Rica’s environmental minister, Edgar Gutiérrez, recently explained...Show More Summary

Costa Rica gets 100 illegal immigrants a day hoping to get to U.S.

NEW YORK (Reuters) - More than 100 illegal immigrants are entering the small Central American country of Costa Rica every day, looking for "coyotes" to take them across the Nicaraguan border and on toward the United States, President Luis Solis said on Friday.

Four Seasons Finds Wellness the Pura Vida Way

If the journey to living the good life is paved with wellness, the Four Seasons Costa Rica at Peninsula Papagayo will put you on the right path. Their goal is to infuse health and wellness principles... via

Costa Rica’s Turrialba Volcano Makes an Ashy Mess for Airports

Vigorous explosive eruptions at Turrialba in Costa Rica have made an ashy mess for air travelers. The post Costa Rica's Turrialba Volcano Makes an Ashy Mess for Airports appeared first on WIRED.

Name that airport ... (San Jose, Costa Rica)

The photo in this week's "name that airport" post is of the San Jose airport in Costa Rica.        

Volcano forces Costa Rica's main airport to close

The Costa Rican authorities suspended operations at the country's main airport Monday after the nearby Turrialba volcano erupted, sending a thick ash cloud into the sky. The San Jose international airport was temporarily closed for security reasons because the volcanic ash could cause problems for planes, the civil aviation authority said. Show More Summary

The Cutest Birds in Costa Rica

Are all birds created equal? I bet a Common Raven would tell you otherwise, and so would a lot of...

Top 10 luxury beach hotels in Costa Rica

Costa Rica invites you to spend a luxury vacation next to the beach. All of these accommodations are walking distance from on of Costa Rica?s most popular playas. This list has something for a variety of travel styles. Pick a place that...Show More Summary

The World's Most Famous Sex Tourist Is Fighting to Free Himself from Costa Rican Prison

2 weeks agoNews : Vice News

David "Cuba Dave" Strecker is facing a year in prison for violating Costa Rica's sex tourism laws after blogging extensively about his experience with the country's prostitutes.

Costa Rica withdraws UN chief candidacy

Costa Rican diplomat Christiana Figueres said Monday she has withdrawn her candidacy for the top post at the United Nations, after failing to find sufficient support at the Security Council. "All of the (straw) polls at the SecurityShow More Summary

Gone But Not Forgotten: Travel Posters Highlight Extinct Animals

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

It's too late to discover the wonders of Costa Rica's golden toad or go to Mauritius to see the dodo.

I broke my nose on vacation in Costa Rica. Here’s what I wish I had known.

2 weeks agoHealth : The Checkup

You can’t plan for everything, but pre-trip research can help reduce the risks.

Kenya to plant a 'green dress' the size of Costa Rica

NAIROBI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Kenya aims to restore trees and vegetation across almost nine percent of its land mass by 2030, the government said on Thursday, in a bold initiative to combat climate change, poverty and hunge...

Guy realizes creepy package buried in his backyard is a decades-old piece of literal witchcraft.

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

Reddit user ValjeanLucPicard (great username, by the way) made a spoooooky discovery while he was planting flowers in his backyard in Costa Rica. According to the album description he uploaded on Imgur, he was digging holes when he hit a piece of glass. Show More Summary

Costa Rica’s Renewable Energy: Central American Nation Hasn’t Used Any Fossil Fuel In More Than Two Months

Costa Rica has been operating completely on renewable energy for more than two months. A latest report shows that the Central American nation didn’t use any fossil fuel for 150 days in 2016. More than half of the 150 days were the 76 straight days between June and September. Show More Summary

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