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18 August, 2018

The Daily. Saturday, August 18th, 2018

Today it feels like December. What does that mean coming from a Costa Rican? Here the holiday season spirit becomes alive in December once we feel the “Vientos alisios”. This is a predominant wind system in the area coming from the Northeast and although it is constant all year round, the winds come into…
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17 August, 2018

The Daily. Friday, August 17th , 2018

It’s been very sunny all day today, with just a few clouds, no rain, not much humidity and not very hot either... A very enjoyable combination! With the highest temperature during the day at 30°C, and we expect it  to drop till 22 °C at night, with a breeze coming from the Northwest. Perfect…
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16 August, 2018

The Daily. Thursday, August 16th, 2018

It’s been mostly a sunny day in town with a few clouds and just some lost raindrops around midday, but no rain so far- altough you can hear rumbling of thunder far away. Nice temperaturas between 23 °C and 29°C, a refreshing breeze and one meter waves, enough for some fun wave riding at…
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31 July, 2018

The Daily. Tuesday, July 31st, 2018

Early today, Mars was as close as it has been to Earth since 2003 and it won’t be closer until 2287. The red planet appeared as an extremely bright, star-like object that was visible for much of the night, slightly reddish and shining much steadier than a star. If you missed it, don’t worry...Mars…
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28 July, 2018

The Daily. Saturday, July 28th, 2018

Yesterday late afternoon the sky was one of those with an incredible spectacle by nature. Towards the ocean an amazing sunset which started off with mostly yellow tones, then orange and after the sun went down, it went pink then purple. Towards the mountains in Zapotal valley there was a rainbow, but a few minutes later…
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25 July, 2018

The Daily. Wednesday, July 25th, 2018

Today, as every July 25th, we are celebrating the Annexation of the Nicoya Party to Costa Rica, which took place in 1824. The Nicoya Party was constituted by the lands located west of the Tempisque River to the Pacific Ocean and north of the Salto River to the La Flor River and the Lake…
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24 July, 2018

The Daily. Tuesday, July 24th, 2018

It's very exciting when different parts of town get connected, for example, when San Miguel bridge was open and you could get to cross it for the first time. The connection currently being worked on is the one between Plaza Central and Plaza Lucia. Pavers will be bricks laid in herringbone pattern (which gets…
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20 July, 2018

The Daily. Friday, July 20th, 2018

Olga and Hollie are both studying architecture and the University of Notre Dame. This week marks the completion of their 7-week internship with us in the Town Architect Office. They just presented their concept design for a very interesting project in Beach Town North. They also got to see their furniture designs for the new…
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18 July, 2018

The Daily. Wednesday, July 18th, 2018

These last weekdays are feeling like weekends. Playa Danta is very lively, as well as lunch time in Limonada, and picnic tables near the volleyball court. We've been enjoying bright blue skies and calm water, perfect for a swim and snorkeling.
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16 July, 2018

The Daily. Monday, July 16th, 2018

The climate in Costa Rica has 2 main seasons: The Dry Season and the Wet Season, but there is a special time of the year known as the Veranillo de San Juan (Little Summer of Saint John). It normally happens in June-July, and is a small break from the Rainy Season. Land is lush and…
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