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Plaza Danta Santarena Hotel
Daily Report
15 May, 2019

The Daily. Wednesday, May 15th, 2019.

In this Daily -- A Peaceful Morning on Playa Danta A peaceful morning out on Playa Danta, with a healthy break but gentle waters just out past the swim platform. A pair of paddleboarders just beyond the break zone were the only people out and around, leaving the sand untouched except for a few…
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Playa Dantita 2013
Daily Report
14 May, 2019

The Daily. Tuesday, May 14th, 2019.

In this Daily -- Flor Blancas Springing to Life Another healthy rain yesterday evening, bringing some shade and cooler temperatures this morning. Out in the cove, the surf is solid, breaking in a strong and steady rhythm that you can hear all throughout Paseo del Mar. And on the trails there are signs of…
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Calle Danta Santarena Hotel
Daily Report
13 May, 2019

The Daily. Monday, May 13th, 2019.

In this Daily -- Broken Ground on 1 Calle Virginia Ground was just broken on 1 Calle Virginia, a 6 bedroom residence designed to be the ideal entertainment home. With space for courtyard pools, extended indoor/outdoor living areas on the main level, as well as smaller gardens and private escapes, this home will be…
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Mother's Day Las Catalinas
Daily Report
12 May, 2019

The Daily. Sunday, May 12th, 2019.

In this Daily -- Mother's Day and The Week Ahead If you're on the U.S. calendar, today is Mother's Day, which we're celebrating in town with a special brunch in the Conservatory. So in addition to recognizing all of the moms in Las Catalinas, we'd like to give a special thanks to the House…
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Daily Report
11 May, 2019

The Daily. Saturday, May 11th, 2019.

In this Daily -- Toño Pizote's Visit to Potrero Yesterday Toño Pizote, the official mascot of forest fire prevention in Costa Rica, made a visit to Potrero to teach kids how to help him protect important the important conservation areas around town. Accompanied by his friends from Bomberos Forestales de SINAC (the forest fire…
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Paseo Arbol Las Catalinas
Daily Report
10 May, 2019

The Daily. Friday, May 10th, 2019.

In this Daily -- The First Rainstorm and Plaza Arbol Around 4:30pm yesterday town had the first real rainstorm of the year, a very healthy downpour for about an hour that stretched down all the way to Potrero and Surfside. The soil and the plants have appreciated it, but there were definitely a few…
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Orange Barred Tiger Butterfly Costa Rica
Daily Report
9 May, 2019

The Daily. Thursday, May 9th, 2019.

In this Daily -- Tales by Light Tonight and the Northern End of Beach Town A few more signs of the coming green season today, with a little bit of groundwater in the Monkey Corridor just outside of the Beach Club this morning. And with the arrival of the flowers, we're also starting to…
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Calle Cartagena Las Catalinas
Daily Report
8 May, 2019

The Daily. Wednesday, May 8th, 2019.

In this Daily -- First Daytime Rains, Calle Cartagena, and Lively Wildlife We had the first daytime rains in town yesterday! For about 15 minutes around 3pm there was a very pleasant shower that came down, adding a very different shade to the usual sunlit Tikal green colorations of the pool at the Beach Club. As…
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Beach Flowers Costa Rica
Daily Report
7 May, 2019

The Daily. Tuesday, May 7th, 2019.

In this Daily -- Floral Blooms, Cooler Weather, and Moisture in the Mangrove All throughout town the flowers are blooming, with Plaza Calle La Ronda, Paseo Del Mar, Plaza Danta, and Plaza Central all recently springing to life with splashes of purples, pinks, reds, and oranges. The Malinches (the bright red flowers in the…
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Beach Club Costa Rica
Daily Report
6 May, 2019

The Daily. Monday, May 6th, 2019.

In this Daily -- The Winds Are Changing Lighter winds today in the trail of the gentle showers that were on and off throughout the coast this weekend. There was even enough rain in parts of town to see a puddle or two formed here and there, but not for long. Some of the…
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