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A year ago I was staring into the abyss. Now I am staring out over the Central Valley. Funny where life can take you. While skating the edge of oblivion in a drunken haze, this strange wonderful man asked me a simple question: Would you like to go get some pie? Really? That’s all it takes? Pie? Yes, pie. Of course it would be food. What other media allows you to tap into all your senses? Sates you to tears? On that fateful night, I babbled away and probably spilled more than Cosmo would deem acceptable. And I talked about cooking. Specifically my philosophy that you should never trust a woman who doesn’t know how to cook. A short time later, he asked me another question: Would you like to come to Costa Rica with me? Sure. Can I bring my kitchen?
A humorous, entertaining, and informative blog about how to survive the rigors of culture shock and promote intercultural communications.
This blog shares experiences of studying, living, and working in Costa Rica.
I don't have as many adventures as I used to, though I still believe that Every Day IS an Adventure, especially where I live, in this remote village in the south of Costa Rica, the Osa Peninsula. And not every meal is a feast these days, but according to my own philosophy, it should be. Where there is love, even a crust of bread can be a feast.
I've been bit by a bullet ant, inadvertently drove off a mountain, and was surprised in a cave by a crabby crocodile. And you know what? It was still better than a day in the office.
As our family relocates to Montezuma, Costa Rica, we're drawn by the peace and beauty of the jungle, the mountains and the beach. Most of all we're excited by the tropical fruit.
Enjoy a neutral perspective on life in Costa Rica from a North American Ex-pat who has lived on both coasts of this beautiful country for some 20 years. Just livin the life of "PURA VIDA"!!
Rubiatica is the story of a girl from Atlanta who is loving her life as an English teacher in Costa Rica, the land of PURA VIDA...
I moved myself and my dog to Costa Rica in early 2010 and have been happily exploring the beautiful biodiversity, country, and culture ever since. On my blog, I share my experiences of traveling, living, and working in Costa Rica.
A blog for all moms, telling about a mother and daughter's adventures living in Costa Rica as expats.
After 10 years in the Internet industry, veteran web designer Kelly Hale and developer Mike Schimanowsky (Shim) have sold their worldly belongings, bid farewell to friends and family, packed a laptop and traded in the daily 9-5 for a life of nomadic freelancing and travel.
BiDrop.com Photo Video, has been created in 2004 by Toh Gouttenoire, a professionnal photographer and videographer living in Central America since 2000. He is now established in Playa Tamarindo, Guanacaste, Costa Rica. BiDrop.com is now often employing various photographers and videographers , depending of your needs, they are always recognised professionnals, with strong experiences in the different domains we offer: photography and videography. The Blog is about jobs done, real estate, photography and lifestyle in Costa Rica.
The best expat mom blogs: Tips for raising your child abroad
From having your baby abroad, to moving in a foreign country with one or more children, expat parents have loads to think and plan about — healthcare, schooling, leisure activities, accommodation. We understand that all this is overwhelming. So, we come to your rescue with a list of five blogs managed by expat mothers, who have travelled that road before.