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14 February, 2018

What’s This?

There is a conspicuous hole in the ground on the eastern edge of Plaza Danta.  Towering above the hole is a large green crane.  So, you may have been wondering, what's going on here? It is a new hotel under construction!  I can't tell the whole story yet.  But it is going to be…
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12 February, 2018

Beth Webb on Creating Casa Brewer

Despite the nearly 1,500 miles between Atlanta, Georgia and Guanacaste, Costa Rica, Beth Webb’s luxurious designs flawlessly translate into this tropical paradise’s language of the good life. Beth has played a pivotal role in the design of several homes in Las Catalinas and is the primary visionary behind one of the most spectacular spaces…
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7 February, 2018

The Daily. Wednesday, February 7th, 2018

The digital nomad | telecommuting culture is definitely present at Las Catalinas.  We continue to enjoy having both full time and part time residents that are able to enjoy working from a distance.  With multiple fibre lines coming in to Town, ours is a place you can create and connect without too much effort.…
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6 February, 2018

The Daily. Tuesday, February 6th, 2018

Town is starting to transform for the triathlon.  Loads of competitors and supporters are arriving and starting to set up for the annual race.  Hopefully you can join down at Limonada on Friday for a little carbo loading-pasta dinner!
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4 February, 2018

The Daily. Sunday, February 4th, 2018

We have our elections in Costa Rica today, for President and the Legislative Assembly.  It is an important day for all of us here.  Every citizen is registered to vote.  We put most of our team off today, to encourage a higher voter turnout and will be anxious to see the results come in…
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3 February, 2018

The Daily. Saturday, February 3rd, 2018

Merch is here for the Triathlon.  We will have packet pickups on next Friday (9th), followed by an orientation for the participants.  We have a good number of people signed up, lots of relays and younger competitors.  Leo Chacon confirmed a swimming clinic at 4:30 on Friday the 9th.  The clinic is free.  Come…
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2 February, 2018

The Daily. Friday, February 2nd, 2018

Very excited to see a green crane being installed today.  More details to be released soon about the building, but it is a very exciting next step for Las Catalinas.  Once the crane is installed we will have to get a better picture to share.  
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1 February, 2018

The Daily. Thursday, February 1st, 2018

Final items are being finished all around Plaza Carlota.  This week we got the plaza planted with a few ylang ylang trees.  Once they take hold, plaza will fill up with the aromatic smell at dusk that makes these trees so enjoyable.  We see them around many homes in the surrounding communities, I am excited…
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1 February, 2018

The Daily. Wednesday, January 31st, 2018

Sitting in the rocking chairs this morning, and easily made a few new friends while catching up with old ones.  PVR never disappoints! We have very strong winds these days.  It has been gusting at 20knots.  Hiking along the ridge-line trails of McHenry, Windy Peak, and Las Cruces are even more enjoyable right now.…
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