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Swimming Lessons in Dominical: I Can Swim

I love involving myself in local, community programs. I also love it when a much-needed project is discussed, then grows from a thought into a reality. Last year at Playa Hermosa, I coincidentally met Dainen, the owner of Fuego Brew Co. Often we talked with the lifeguards about how we desperately needed swimming lessons in […]

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Innovation: New Ideas to Shape a Town - Playa Dominical Beach innovación: nuevas ideas dan forma a pueblos

Innovation: New Ideas to Shape a Town

Those who have lived in Dominical more than 10 years have seen the town go through various changes. As a result of the global recession in 2008, times got tough for Dominical for several years. More businesses were closing than opening and a stretch of dirt road still separated us from the central coast. Since […]

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Little Red Riding Hood, an Amazing Production

Little Red Riding Hood, an Amazing Production

The young students, children and teenagers at the Happy Feet Ballet & Performing Arts School in Dominical (related article) gave an excellent presentation of their incredible talent. The very hard work six days a week, not only training ballet, but singing and performing as well, paid off. Little Red Riding Hood carried the spectators at […]

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GREASE Jr. in Costa Ballena

-Credit Daniel Areyzaga Jungle Dance and Pied Piper Productions GREASE JR. A few years ago, Sharon and her husband Vee found their Hobbit House in Ojochal through House Hunters International. It was a dilapidated property that they took the challenge of refurbishing. Now, they are travelling regularly from Costa Rica to California where she is the […]

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Shine in Costa Rica And Costa Rica Will Shine on You! - Paradise, beauty

Shine in Costa Rica And Costa Rica Will Shine on You!

~ by Perry GladstoneI love to tell stories and post pictures of the beauty of Costa Rica. It makes me feel good to share my slice of paradise. Almost everyone extols the virtues. “Live In Paradise” say the ads, posters and brochures. What our glowing reports neglect to share, are the very real problems that come with a quickly developing tourist […]

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