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You can’t call yourself fluent in Costa Rican Spanish unless you understand its slang. Here, I have a few slangs you must learn before coming to Costa Rica. Agüevado/a: Slang for feeling depressed or down. The verb is agüevarse. Estoy agüevado … I am feeling down. Brete: In Costa Rica brete means work. The verb bretear means to work. Trabajo is the more...
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You can’t call yourself fluent in Costa Rican Spanish unless you understand its slang. Here, I have a few slangs you must learn before coming to Costa Rica. A cachete: is an expression to say something is good. A cachete inflado is a synonym. Un Aguila: Literally means “an eagle” but it’s used to refer to the...
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What to do if you want to get out of the noisy city?  Close to San José, I would recommend visiting Poas Volcano area. It is a wonderful destination where you can meet the rainforest and one of the most beautiful volcanoes of Costa Rica, Poas volcano. The ‘Poás Volcano’ is an active 2,708-metre (8,885 ft) stratovolcano. The...
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Last weekend, one of our members went to the Pacific Coast and explored Osa Peninsula! Would you like to escape civilizations for a few days? I would recommend going over there! Located in the South Pacific coast of Costa Rica, it is a wonderful off beaten track destination. Osa Peninsula is a perfect destination for...
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Last weekend, our GWA-team went to the Pacific Coast and explored Manuel Antonio National Park, which is about 4 hours bus-driving from San José. We started our adventure positively by almost missing the hotel check-in. We arrived 5 minutes before the closing time, such a perfect timing! If you are lodging in Manuel Antonio, you...
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Jacó is a coastal town on the Pacific coast. This place is considered as a city close to the beach.  There was a time that Jacó had a bad reputation. If you do research about the town you will read a lot of negative experiences. Mainly about drugs, prostitution and criminality. Fortunately, times have changed!!!...
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Last weekend our GWA-team went to the Carara National Park in the Central Pacific of Costa Rica. The national park is close to the beach town Jacó and the drive to the park is a nice experience on its own, you will drive through green hills and you will see a lot of beautiful nature....
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One in one hundred people have celiac disease in the world. We can control what we eat when we are at home… but what happens when you travel to another country? When you travel through Green World Aventures, is important as a client, to inform any dietary restrictions or allergies you may have to your...
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Monumento Nacional guayabo Montículos
Guayabo: National Monument The National Monument of Guayabo was stablished to protect one of the biggest and most important archeological places in Costa Rica. It is in the region of Santa Teresita, Turrialba in Cartago, approximately 85 kilometers from San Jose. It has an extension of 2.179 hectares, that protects the tall evergreen pluvial premontane...
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Ticos and Ticas –that is the way how Costa Rica’s local people call themselves. Since they like to add an -ico/-ica on the ending of most sentences this name was invented.  
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