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Dreamy SUP Surfing in Costa Rica
For proof, just check out this latest edit from SUP charger Fisher Grant. He recently got to put his talents to good use on the pristine waves of Costa Rica and it has us drooling. Check out the footage for yourself, but beware, the travel bug may jump out and bite you.
Duron Harmon addresses incident in Costa Rica this offseason
According to The Costa Rica Star, Harmon was trying to enter the country with 58 grams of marijuana stuffed inside a can of ice tea, three pipes with cannabis oil, a THC candy and four glass containers of compressed marijuana that weighed 4.3 grams.
Costa Rica’s rural tourism gives more meaning to transformational travel - Travelandtourworld.com
New age travellers are more interested to bring home more than tan lines and souvenirs. They want to gain personal enrichment through life-changing experiences that develop a shift in perspectives–of the world and the self. In transformational travel, the main essence lies in meaningful interactions
David Guzman's childhood dream comes to fruition with spot on Costa Rica's World Cup roster
Costa Rica's David Guzman, center, dribbles the ball as Honduras' Bryan Acosta, left, and Bryan Beckeles face him during a World Cup qualifying soccer match at the National Stadium in San Jose, Costa Rica, Saturday, Oct 7, 2017. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo)
Costa Rica coffee farmers brew up a carbon neutral future
SANTA MARIA DE DOTA, Costa Rica (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Climbing the steep slope by his house, Fernando Solis Arguedas examined a leaf on one of his 50-year-old trees that produces arabica beans for the world’s first officially certified carbon neutral coffee.
This Small Hotel In Costa Rica Was Designed With Hillside Terraces Surrounded By The Forest
Photography byAndrés García LachnerEach room of the hotel has its own rooftop terrace, complete with lush plants, a sail for shade and furnished with rattan furniture made locally.
Rural Tourism in Costa Rica Brings Meaning to Transformational Travel
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica,May 21, 2018/PRNewswire/ -- Today's travelers want to bring home more than tan lines and souvenirs. They aspire to achieve personal enrichment through life-changing experiences that create a shift in perspectives—of the world and the self. Enter transformational travel, the key
World Cup 2018 team preview: Can Costa Rica repeat its Cinderella run?
Yahoo Sports’ team-by-team 2018 World Cup previews. With less than a month to go until this summer’s tournament, it’s time to get familiar with each of the 32 teams participating in Russia. Next up in Group E is Costa Rica." class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)--sm Mt(0.8em)--sm">Welcome t
What To Eat In Costa Rica: 5 Must-Try Dishes | Intrepid Travel Blog
As one of the most popular destinations in Central America, Costa Rica is on many people’s bucket lists. And rightfully so—it is an incredible country! Known for its beautiful natural scenery, incredible ecological diversity andPura Vidaculture, there’s a whole lot on offer.
Raventós chosen as Costa Rica minister of tourism - Travelandtourworld.com
María Amalia Revelo Raventós has been chosen as the Costa Rica’ s new tourism minister by the newly elected president Carlos Alvarado Quesada.She will be replacing Mauricio Ventura as head of the department. Raventós holds more than 40 years of experience in the country’s tourism sector and held sev
T&T vs Costa Rica in NORCECA
REJECTED: T&T’s Renele Forde, centre, and Sinead Jack block an attempted spike in NORCECA action against Guatemala. Jack is unavailable but theFrance-based Forde is leading T&T at the NORCECA Challenge Cup in Edmonton, Canada. Photo: FIVB
Volaris Costa Rica completes launch of San José-US routes
The Central American subsidiary of Mexico City-based ultra-LCCVolarisbegan US flights originating from San José in March, opening routes to LAX via San Salvador March 15 and LAX via Guatemala City March 17. A new route between San José and New York JFK, via San Salvador, opened April 17.
Costa Rica World Cup team preview: Latest odds, squad and tournament history
The surprise package in the World Cup four years ago when they topped a group featuring Italy, Uruguay and England, Costa Rica will be out for a repeat this year.
Meet the top 10 new species of 2018
The new species include microbes, plants, animals and even the confirmation of an extinct marsupial, based on its fossil.
Former Houston Texans cheerleaders file lawsuit alleging harassment
The Houston Texans cheerleaders enter the field surrounded by smoke and flame during the opening ceremonies of the season opening NFL football game against the Miami Dolphins in Houston, Sept. 9, 2012. (Reuters) Three former Houston Texans cheerleaders filed a federal lawsuit this week against the
Triple tassels: Three members of family graduate together from Cal State Fullerton
“What I really wanted a discount on was tuition,” joked Maria Barrientos de Pantaleon, who received a master’s degree in education this month as her two children earned bachelor’s degrees — all from Cal State Fullerton.
Costa Rica: Floods Emergency Appeal Operations Update (MDRCR016), 6-month Operations update
From 21 September to 6 October 2017, a Zone of Inter-Tropical Convergence (ZIC), characterized by the entry of humidity from the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, caused Tropical Storm Nate to develop on 5 October 2017, which caused flooding throughout Costa Rica.
Patriots notebook: Duron Harmon thanks team for support after Costa Rican incident
“It was a dumb incident. I definitely could have not been in that incident,” Harmon said. “The whole organization — players, everybody — has been supportive, letting me know they have my back. It’s been easier to get through, knowing you have the support from Mr. (Robert)Kraft, coach (Bill)Belichick
The 10 best countries for work-life balance, according to expats
InterNations, the world's largest network for expats, has compiled the top 10 countries for work-life balance. The ranking is based on interviews with some 13,000 expats living in 188 regions.
World Cup: Ranking all 32 teams, from hopeless to hopefuls
The international soccer community has waited four years for its greatest tournament to roll around again, but once it begins, the World Cup has an unforgiving habit of immediately sorting out the contenders from the pretenders.