Alright! Every new post I am getting more fascinated by the topics of non-verbal communication and cultures. I love thinking about Costa Rican customs a little deeper, but don't worry: I won't get to the point of an academic/scientific research article. **Now I have my coworkers saying that I … Read more about Why do Costa Ricans love invading your personal space?
Your own way to do thing might not be always the right–or the only correct–way to do something. As a Costa Rican, I have to learn things like being on time, being more direct in my communication or just explaining our sense of humor to someone else. Costa Rica is well-known for people's … Read more about The 3 most frustrating facts about Costa Rica culture
Costa Rican people are so nice! Always helpful! No one gets annoyed to be asked about things! Ticos (Costa Ricans) are kind, patient etc.... Most of the articles that I have found on the web about Costa Rican culture make it clear that we are very hospitable people! Costa Rican people rules … Read more about Costa Rican people are very hospitable
Crossing between cultures and navigating cultural differences is so important for world travelers. Culture can be compared to an iceberg because so much goes undetected. The influence of culture on communication needs to be taken into consideration. Especially to understand unexpected … Read more about 7 things you must understand about Costa Rican culture
First of all, I would say that this one of my favorite blog posts that I have done up till now. Why? Well, let me tell you that I waited for 3 years to climb Cerro Chirripo National Park (in April 2017). Even before Ligia and I started this blog, I was waiting for an opportunity to make all the … Read more about Complete Guide to Hiking Cerro Chirripo National Park, Costa Rica
There are several interesting things that happened throughout history on September 15: -On September 15, 1998, Google.com was registered as a domain name. (Random fact that I found interesting.) -On September 15, 1928, Scottish bacteriologist Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin while … Read more about Living Costa Rica Independence day as a Tico
San Ramon is one of those towns that keeps a lot of the traditions of Costa Rican culture. Traditional festivals in Costa Rica have already started, and they make me realize how much people from San Ramon enjoy this time of the year. It means a time where the families will hang out together, … Read more about Traditional Festivals in San Ramon, Costa Rica
Forgive us for being so late, we could not publish this post and it was hanging around for the last 8 months. However, we didn't want to leave it there filed because this was one of the last adventures that we did last year (2016), STILL useful and updated tips to visit the waterfall, enjoy … Read more about Tips for visit Danta Waterfall at San Ramon, Costa Rica