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October 5th, 2013
This is a travel advisory for those visiting Costa Rica but might also be of interest to anyone living here and experiencing their first “green season“.
While Costa Rica does not suffer from hurricanes (we are too far south) we certainly get some torrential rains every year during the rainy season (mid-May to maybe mid-December ). October is the wettest month. This year is no exception, and in fact the rains have been just incredible the attendant flooding has been wiping out roads and bridges all over the country.
If this topic is of interest, read on…Driving in Costa Rica, Living in Costa Rica, Senior Travel, Tourism, Travel, Travel Advisory | Comments (4)
July 8th, 2008
This post was actually sent in as a comment to an earlier post about crime in Costa Rica, but after reading it, I thought it not really relevant to crime… or maybe it was as these ladies apparently did a lot of cool things and experienced nothing but a fun time.
However, I did not want to discard it, and I decided it might be of general interest to a lot of readers, especially to older folks considering a trip to Costa Rica and more especially to older women who might like to travel together! Here is the account or the trip taken by Della and her female companion and written by Della.Costa Rica, Costa Rica Tourism, Culture, Food and Eating, Retire in Costa Rica, Senior Travel, Tourism, Travel, Travel to Costa Rica | Comments (5)