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19 September, 2018

The Daily. Wednesday, September 19th, 2018

Throughout the day we will have a mix of sun, clouds and a thin layer of clouds, with temperatures ranging the mid 80s and water temperature at mid 80s as well. There is little wind and the water is calm and clear with not many waves. High tide just passed, so it will be…
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15 September, 2018

The Daily. Saturday, September 15th, 2018

Today is the 197th anniversary of Costa Rica’s Independencia. It is a national day of celebration, community and reliving traditions. There are many events around the 15 de setiembre celebration. Children have no classes, but they go to school for a very special day (they can go with the traditional Costa Rican clothing). They have…
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14 September, 2018

The Daily. Friday, September 14th, 2018.

It is a very sunny morning with just a few clouds. We expect clouds to continue present throughout the day, specially as there is not much wind to take them away. The sun is feeling nice and warm since very early morning, and temperatures will range between mid 80s and mid 70s during the…
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13 September, 2018

The Daily. Thursday, September 13th, 2018

Another sunny day in town with some clouds. Days are starting to follow the rainy season rhythm, with at least one shower per day. Mornings are cooler, as well as late afternoons and nights. Yesterday there was a great refreshing night rain. The trails are getting greener by the day. We are happy to…
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8 September, 2018

The Daily. Saturday, September 8th, 2018

Costa Rica regularly shows up at the top of the happiness scale compared to other countries, and very close to Las Catalinas is the Nicoya Peninsula, one of the five regions in the world known as blue zones, where a large part of the population lives to 100 (and more with great dynamism and…
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7 September, 2018

The Daily. Friday, September 7th, 2018

Today it seems to be the typical rainy season day, which in this part of the country is common mostly in September and October. The sky is very blue, in contrast with the dark green mountains. It is not that hot and there is a stillness that makes you think there will be a…
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6 September, 2018

The Daily. Thursday, September 6th, 2018

It’s a beautiful morning! After a covered afternoon yesterday with a heavy shower late afternoon, this early morning was quite cool and with breeze (even a little bit chilly for Guanacaste standards). Zapotal valley was completely covered by low fog below the hills just after sunrise… for anyone out on an early bike ride…
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3 September, 2018

The Daily. Monday, September 3rd, 2018

First day of school! And we are very happy now the school bus is picking up two more children from Las Catalinas. It's a very sunny morning. It seems we will have sun and clouds throughout the day with a slightly higher temperature than these past days reaching the high 80s, but a little…
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1 September, 2018

The Daily. Saturday, September 1st, 2018

Today is the first day in weeks that all kids that are full time residents are back in town after school summer holidays. It’s lovely to hear from all I have spoken with how they had fun while away, but missed it here and were very happy to be back home. We missed them…
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31 August, 2018

The Daily. Friday, August 31st, 2018

The weekend again…Time flies when you are having fun! This early morning was cloudier than the past days, and the sky has been clearing up as the morning passes. Although this can be unpredictable in the tropics, we are expecting some early showers, instead of the more common Green Season afternoon showers, this will…
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