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La Maldita

In this cocktail inspired by the flora of Costa Rica, dark rum meets passion fruit and the herbal notes of amaranth.

Not One, But Two Awesome Things Happened At Wednesday's USWNT Game

3 days agoNews : Huffington Post

In a game against Costa Rica Wednesday night, the U.S. Women’s National Team rewrote the history book once more, breaking records on breakaways and scoring goals with seeming ease en route to its 5-0 victory. It all started in the game’s...Show More Summary

USWNT's Christen Press pulled off a first touch so sick it has to be seen in slow-mo

Oh my GOD: That Christen Press first touch across her body, spin, and goal is like if Allen Iverson could do Allen Iverson things with his feet. Press' score helped the USWNT smoke Costa Rica, 5-0, although that particular goal should have counted for like 4 by itself.

One Year to the Rest of My Life

Join Corey Hahn on the journey back home from Costa Rica after 17 years away -- with his 9-year-old son by his side. The post One Year to the Rest of My Life appeared first on The Good Men Project.

USA vs. Costa Rica Women's Soccer: Score, Reaction for 2016 Olympic Qualifier

The United States Women's National Team made its 2016 Olympic qualifying debut Wednesday with a 5-0 win over Costa Rica in CONCACAF play at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas. The victory came on the heels of separate 8-0 and 7-2 victories...Show More Summary

Report describes first known case of Zika in US resident returning from Costa Rica

Report describes first known case of Zika in U.S. resident returning from Costa Rica Free content: http://www.annals.org/article.aspx?doi=10.7326/L16-0075 A report published in Annals of Internal Medicine describes the first known case of Zika virus in a U.S. Show More Summary

Slow Food and Jungle Bartending in Costa Rica

Liz Furlong spends the better part of the year traveling all over Costa Rica, working closely with chefs, designing custom cocktail menus, and training bartenders for high-end hotels and restaurants.

Hummingbirds of Costa Rica

Of the 338 known species of Hummingbird worldwide there are around 50 in Costa Rica

The U.S. is making things more dangerous in Central America, again.

By Katie Sizemore In January, El Salvador's Foreign Minister, Hugo Martínez, greeted Cuban migrants passing through one of his country's airports after having been stranded for three months in Costa Rica on their way to the United States. Show More Summary

Young U.S. women's soccer team to play Costa Rica in Olympic qualifying tournament

The last thing the U.S. women's soccer team needed heading into this month's Olympic qualifying tournament in Texas was distraction. Yet, in the run-up to Wednesday's opening game, it seems as if the reigning World Cup champions have been dealing with everything but soccer. Last week, the women...

Things I Learned While Birding at Laguna del Lagarto, Costa Rica

Last weekend, I guided a trip to Laguna del Lagarto for the Birding Club of Costa Rica. Since all sorts...

Second Group of Cuban Migrants Bound for United States

The second group of Cuban migrants aiming to reach the United States has left Costa Rica, local media report.

Costa Rica: Journey to the jungle

We take the pulse of Costa Rica's rainforest to find out how global warming affects the 'lungs of the planet'.

The Co-Founder Of Costa Rica’s Envision Explains Why Transformational Festivals Matter

We Talked To Stephen Brooks About How To Party In A Way That Leaves You With More Than Just An Epic Comedown.

Stitches In Paradise: How a Surf Injury Sold Me on Santa Teresa, Costa Rica

A traumatic injury helped Traveler contributor Verena von Pfetten see a Costa Rican surf town in a different light.

I Was Detained at an Airport Because of My Stutter

Detained On Thursday, Jan. 21, when I returned to the U.S. to visit my family from my six-month study abroad program in Costa Rica, I was detained in customs within the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport because of my stutter, a speech impediment that I have no control over. Show More Summary

I Was Detained at an Airport Because of My Stutter

Detained On Thursday, Jan. 21, when I returned to the U.S. to visit my family from my six-month study abroad program in Costa Rica, I was detained in customs within the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport because of my stutter, a speech impediment that I have no control over. Show More Summary

Rio Celeste, The Blue River

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : The Presurfer

image credit: The.Rohit Winding through the verdant rainforest of Tenorio Volcano National Park of Costa Rica, is a bright blue river called Rio Celeste. The river is formed by the confluence of two smaller rivers called the Sour Creek and the Good View River. Show More Summary

Before You Bash Your Head into a Wall Take these 4 Blogging Tips to Heart

I have blogged from Bali. I have blogged from Fiji. I have blogged from Thailand, Nicaragua, Malaysia and Costa Rica. I have lived the dream. I also know how it feels to want to bash your head into a wall because you’re fed up with blogging. Show More Summary

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