Introducing the Tico Times Weekly Digest

September 24, 2018

We’ve been debuting a lot of things this year.

We premiered our first 360 coverage in April during the 2018 presidential elections and then we launched our podcast, The Tico Times Dispatch, early last month.

Now we’d like to introduce you to our new weekly news show, The Tico Times Weekly Digest. We’ll be summarizing the week’s news and telling you what to look out for in the coming week every Monday.

Subscribe to our Youtube channel to get notifications whenever we publish a weekly digest or other news video.

This week in Costa Rica:

Tourism industry hit hard by general strike

Plan on traveling through Costa Rica this week? Visit http://www.camarasvialescr.com/ and avoid getting stuck in traffic.

360 Whale watching video in Marino Ballena National Park

Secrets from a local surfer – Hottest surfing spots in Costa Rica

Off the Eaten Path (Cantina X) – One of Costa Rica’s best chifrijos

Poetry, Cacique and memories at San Jose’s cultural dive bar – La Bohemia

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