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Visit Costa Rica 14 Jan 15
“Chavalo” is a term used for boys in Costa Rica.
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Visit Costa Rica 28 Nov 15
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Visit Costa Rica 28 Oct 15
People have a lot of love to give here.
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Visit Costa Rica 26 Feb 15
A little good manners never hurt. In Costa Rica, "porfa" is short for "por favor".
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B⚽️G 22 Dec 16
HOW MUCH DO YOU WANT, RODNEY WALLACE.
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Visit Costa Rica 5 Mar 15
Tigra means laziness. Everyone can use a little planned tigra every now and then.
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Visit Costa Rica 30 May 15
A small tip regarding our largest city: Chepe is the nickname for San Jose.
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Visit Costa Rica 9 Feb 16
Sometimes you just have to run with it. Or live in the chancecito!
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Visit Costa Rica 10 Dec 13
: "Buena Nota!" means "Fantastic!" This should get a lot of use next time you come visit us.
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Visit Costa Rica 30 Jul 15
In Costa Rica, casual soccer games are not uncommon. Which in Tico, is referred to as mejenga.
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Visit Costa Rica 5 Feb 13
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Visit Costa Rica 12 Jan 16
When you’re on vacation here, take it as a compliment.
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Visit Costa Rica 30 Mar 14
Small dishes in restaurants are called “boquitas” which means little mouths.
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Visit Costa Rica 6 Sep 15
Our visitors say Costa Rica has a real “Caramba-factor.”
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Visit Costa Rica 15 May 17
Hi, nice to meet you. We are called “mascaradas.”
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The Costa Rica News Sep 10
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280 Bakes Oct 20
got me googling sloth cakes... I would LOVE to have a cake order like these!!
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Personalized Spanish 7 Jun 17
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B⚽️G 22 Dec 16
CAN I HAZ JOEL CAMPBELL PLEASE?
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280 Bakes 22 Sep 16
Here's the recipe we promised yesterday, for Tres Leches. We've been baking cake - Costa Rican style!
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