Park Love: A photo story of San José PDA

February 14, 2014
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If you have ever walked through a San José park, you have probably seen people making out in a San José park. Or you have at least seen people cuddling in a suspiciously postcoital way. This is partially because the country’s kids live at home with their parents until they’re ready to start their own families, and sometimes even after, which gives them no place to do the hibbity dibbity. For this Valentine’s Day, our photographers immortalized Costa Rica’s rampant public display of affection. We hope nobody gets in trouble.

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