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2 Bags and a Pack

Vagabonding author reports on how to live on a budget in different countries, how to deal with different cultures and languages

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82 Degree Quest

Chronicling our journey as we sell it all and move to Costa Rica!

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A Dull Roar

Learn about moving to, retiring in, and living with Costa Rica. Regular updates on ex-pat life, politics, and economics.

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Baby Boomer Going Like Sixty

Boomer geezer retired and moved to Costa Rica. He writes about his life in Atenas and other stuff of interest to boomers. Suitably old but mysteriously advanced.

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Beto Abroad

A blog about living, teaching, and learning in Costa Rica.

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Carole Jean's Capers

Busted flat in California, two Baby Boomer newly-weds strike out for California to start a new life together.

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Costa Rica Curious

The adventures of Greg and Jen Seymour; 40 something retirees who ditched the rat race and live in Grecia.

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Costa Rica Retirement

Information on retirement in Costa Rica. How to deal with the Spanish Culture, best places to retire for English speaking retirees, banking, food, lifestyle, sights, and other information needed to retire.

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Discovering Atenas

Expat Texas family, starting a JERKY business, growing, traveling, learning, blogging, building, teaching, loving and LIVING in Costa Rica with 2 small children and 1 on the way!

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Going Like Sixty

Baby boomer blog about retiring to Costa Rica and other boomer stuff. I'm suitably old but mysteriously advanced.

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going4ward

Travel blog of a family of four who sold and stored their stuff for a 6 month adventure in Costa Rica & beyond.

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GoingLikeSixty.com

Written by a baby boomer guy that retired and moved to Costa Rica in July 2010 with his wife and four dogs. They live in the country near Atenas.

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Golf Costa Rica the time has come

This blog provides pics, course information on how golf in Costa Rica tries to consider environmental issues like water, wildlife refuges.

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Happier Than A Billionaire

A happy couple who left the rat race for a happier life in Costa Rica.

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Katie's Trails

Budget Travel Through Costa Rica & the World... One Step at a Time!

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Keeping You In Stitches

About daily life in Atenas Costa Rica and stitchery.

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La Terraza, Jeanetta's Blog

Jeanetta Owens of La Terraza Guest House writes about living in Costa Rica and more.

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Lo Que Hay - It's A Whole 'Nuther Country

We sold everything and moved to Costa Rica. Enjoy the humor of living on less than $2000 per month in a semi-luxurious lifestyle.

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Pacific Lots of Costa Rica Blog

Great Blog about Costa Rica, events, news, activities, national parks, sport fishing, politics, infrastructure and more

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Physicians Costa Rica

Directory of physician specialists in Costa Rica, specially designed to medical tourism.

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Playamart - Zebra Designs & Destinations

Life along the coastal area of Manabi Ecuador through the scribblings and photography of an artist!

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The Dream Pursuit

Dream Pursuit, Travel, Food, Reviews, TOP 5 lists, traveling stories and more!

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The Stingy Drifter

Travel stories and travelling on the cheap tips for Latin American countries written by a stingy drifter

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Three on the Vine

Follow the adventures of our little family of three as we share our mistakes and successes in Costa Rica!

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Veteran2Expat.com

After twenty years of military service and three years of civilian life, we are headed to Costa Rica! We seek to expose our children to another culture and way of living. This website and blog were created to share our experiences as we downsize and adjust to a simpler way of living. We hope to inspire you to just go for it and live life by design, not default. 2 Expats with 1 dream, 2 teenagers and 3 fur babies.

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What Happened to the Subtitles?

I fled Seattle with nine suitcases and a dog. No rose-colored glasses, but plenty of sarcasm and boxed wine. Monkeys optional.

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10-Expats-Talk-About-What-Its-Like-Living-in-Costa-Rica10 Expats Talk About What It's Like Living in Costa Rica

Expats living in Costa Rica talk about Pura Vida, deciding where to live in Costa Rica, meeting people and more.
Expats living in Costa Rica talk about Pura Vida, deciding where to live in Costa Rica, meeting people and more....

Expat-Costa-Rica17 Best Places to Live in Costa Rica

Costa Rica has a lot to offer expats with its tropical climate, eco-friendly culture, beautiful beaches, welcoming people, good healthcare system and relative safety. Many expats warn newcomers about the high cost of housing and food. In this updated version of the best places to live in Costa Rica we cover many more locations such as Playa Flamingo, Nosara, Lake Arenal, Jaco Beach and Ojochal.

Costa Rica has a lot to offer expats with its tropical climate, eco-friendly culture, beautiful beaches, welcoming people, good healthcare system and relative safety. Many expats warn newcomers about...

Latin-AmericaExpats Talk About The Biggest Challenges They Face Living in Latin America

Expats talk about some of the biggest challenges they've faced living in Latin America. Whether you're moving to Panama City or Punta del Este, this article is a must read to help you prepare (hint: you'll be much happier if you learn the language) and adjust your expectations (realities: the roads are rough, the pace of life is slower and bureaucracy is unavoidable). Despite all of the challenges, the list of what expats like about life in Latin America far exceeds the challenges.

Expats talk about some of the biggest challenges they've faced living in Latin America. Whether you're moving to Panama City or Punta del Este, this article is a must read to help you prepare (hint:...

Retirement-In-San-Isidro-de-HerediaAn Expat Shares What it's Like Retiring in San Isidro de Heredia, Costa Rica

Why retire in San Isidro de Heredia, Costa Rica? Can you live on $1,000 or $2,000 a month? How difficult is it if you aren't fluent in Spanish when you first arrive? A retiree who arrived in Costa Rica a month ago answers these and other questions.

Why retire in San Isidro de Heredia, Costa Rica? Can you live on $1,000 or $2,000 a month? How difficult is it if you aren't fluent in Spanish when you first arrive? A retiree who arrived in Costa ...

Moving-To-Playa-Hermosa-de-JacoAn Expat Talks about Moving to Playa Hermosa de Jaco, Costa Rica

An expat who has lived in Costa Rica gives all kinds of great advice on living there. Cost of housing, what to bring with you, how to settle in and much more is covered in this comprehensive expat report.

An expat who has lived in Costa Rica gives all kinds of great advice on living there. Cost of housing, what to bring with you, how to settle in and much more is covered in this comprehensive expat re...

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