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New Year's Resolution, Las Catalinas New Year, Costa Rica 2020
Daily Report
1 January, 2020

The Daily. Wednesday, January 1st, 2020.

In this Daily: Town’s New Year’s Resolution Another year begins in Las Catalinas, and town moves forward into 2020 with the same resolution as it has in each of the years since the founding vision of Las Catalinas in 2006, which was touched upon again in November’s State of the Union.   In terms of…
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Las Fiestas, Costa Rica Rodeo, Rodeos in Costa Rica
Daily Report
31 December, 2019

The Daily. Tuesday, December 31st, 2019.

In this Daily: Las Fiestas Patronales (A Costa Rica Rodeo), a Guanacaste Summer Tradition About a month after the arrival of the summer in Costa Rica, the first of Las Fiestas begin in Guanacaste. These traveling festivals move from town to town throughout the summer and are based in Guanacaste’s rich pastoral history, featuring…
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See Costa Rican Animals, Animals in Costa Rica, Where to see animals
Daily Report
30 December, 2019

The Daily. Monday, December 30th, 2019.

In this Daily: 4 Costa Rican Animals to spot during dry season in the 1000 acre dry forest reserve Dry season brings quite a few changes to the behavior of animals in the 1000 acre reserve at Las Catalinas, as these animals must respond to the differences in availability of foliage and water.  As…
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Pre-Costa Rican History of Guanacaste, Chorotegas, Ancient Costa Rica
Daily Report
26 December, 2019

The Daily. Thursday, December 26th, 2019.

In this Daily: The Pre-Costa Rican History of Guanacaste The area now known as Guanacaste has been a part of Costa Rica in some form since the Anexión del Partido de Nicoya in 1824, just three years after the independence of Costa Rica in 1821.  However, Guanacaste has a history that stretches back long…
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Sustainable Transport, Renewable Travel, Green Travel
Daily Report
24 December, 2019

The Daily. Tuesday, December 24th, 2019.

In this Daily: The Forefront of Sustainable Transport in Costa Rica There are many ways that the push away from fossil-fuel powered transport and towards more sustainable mobility is making progress around the world, focusing primarily on making technology of transport more renewable.  There has been a significant increase in the availability of electric-powered…
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Costa Rican Food, Costa Rica Cuisine, Food in Costa Rica
Daily Report
20 December, 2019

The Daily. Friday, December 20th, 2019.

In this Daily: The Regions of Costa Rica by Flavors and Cooking Costa Rica has a significant geographic diversity compared to its size, with a number of environments that range from cloud-topped mountains to coastal lowlands, from arid grasslands to the heart of tropical rainforests, and a great deal in between.  Constitutionally, Costa Rica…
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Discover Scuba Diving, Diving in Costa Rica, Learn to Scuba
Daily Report
19 December, 2019

The Daily. Thursday, December 19th, 2019.

In this Daily: Discover Scuba Diving with ConnectOcean The ocean is a vast and mysterious place even to those who know it well. In fact, as much as 95% of the ocean, and as well as 99% of the ocean floor remain unexplored. The chance to explore this environment, which covers more than 70%…
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Training on Vacation, Training Destination, Family Vacation Training
Daily Report
18 December, 2019

The Daily. Wednesday, December 18th, 2019.

In this Daily: High-Level Training on Family Vacation For athletes, one of the balances of family vacation is pursuing the intensity and consistency of a training routine while also spending time with family, and taking time for the leisure activities of vacation. The key is finding a destination that suits all of these criteria,…
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Superblocks, Car Free Movement, Car Free Town
Daily Report
17 December, 2019

The Daily. Tuesday, December 17th, 2019.

In this Daily: Superblocks in Barcelona and the Car-Free Movement As the car-free movement proceeds around the world, people and town planners continue to innovate new ways to make towns and cities more sustainable and human centered by limiting the involvement of automobiles in life.  In old cities that are already built to accommodate…
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Life in Costa Rica, Costa Rican Vacations, Waking up Early
Daily Report
16 December, 2019

The Daily. Monday, December 16th, 2019.

In this Daily: Waking up with the Sun in Las Catalinas The rhythms of nature are present in many forms in Las Catalinas. The ocean is just nearby, which changes constantly with the tides, the wind, the swell, and other factors like rainstorms near and far. Out in the forests, the cycle of seasons…
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