Through the “Soy Yo” Bomba Estéreo music video, Sarai González wowed the world, became a Latina icon and met President Barack Obama, all for embodying pride in a heritage that includes Costa Rican roots.
Past experience would suggest our assembly is just settling in for a nice long back-and-forth on electric cars. The country can’t afford such a delay.
The new law sets prison times up to six years and also bans marriage between people under 18 and between an adult and a minor.
Texas Tech’s Costa Rica satellite campus will be ready for the Spring semester of 2018 at its site in Avenida Escazú.
New flights announced recently show that airlines are interested in participating in the Costa Rican travel market, especially in routes within the region.
Tamarindo’s Tourism Chamber was the latest to put itself at the center of Costa Rica’s crocodile debate by requesting the removal of a dangerous croc.
Leonardo Chacón came in sixth place in a qualifiers-only world championship triathlon in Hawaii on Sunday.
Costa RIca’s new digital certificates include an alphanumeric security code that allows any interested party to confirm the certificate’s validity.
An aging population makes voluntary pension savings increasingly important in Costa Rica, but a recent support shows relatively few Ticos are starting to save.
“The clown is very important for society. Everyone needs someone to make them laugh.” Meet “Los Malafachas” and their funny way of living life and making others’ a little bit better.