Travel Guide and Magazine #72, South Pacific Costa Rica
Dear Reader of Ballena Tales Magazine:
Reading this your favorite magazine, which offers you the most exciting and varied content you have ever come across in a South Pacific business-sponsored media, we know you will find yourself very relaxed and lively. You will feel transported to paradise that those of us who live here appreciate and protect.
In times of adversity, we want to demonstrate that the world does not stop. Crises like the one we are experiencing, force us to get off our pedestal and create sober and friendly alternatives for the planet. Difficulties discipline the mind to focus, thus freeing fertile ground for creativity. Interestingly, historically many of the most iconic companies have forged, molded, and survived tough times.
And please don’t go back to “normal” since normal was the problem. We have to learn to take care of our oceans and nature and to collaborate with each other. We are far more spectacular than normal!
In the South Pacific of Costa Rica, we live in paradise. We enjoy a benevolent climate, an exuberant nature, and we live in a community of beautiful people. We are self-sufficient: we produce milk, rice, meat, vegetables, and fruits.
In a matter of weeks, our markets have created digital marketing channels for their products. Such channels in the future will help them optimize sales.
Remember that our brains complement the image we hold in mind and transform it into our reality. Visualize, re-invent and regain the vision of a beautiful, harmonious, and full-color future! If countless people did this, what do you think they can achieve?
In the meantime, try to eat healthy, don’t forget to see the beauty around you and feel the love!
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A cordial Greeting
Dagmar Reinhard, Editor
Ballena Tales Magazine and Travel Guide
Ballena Tales is a travel guide and magazine covering Costa Ballena in the Canton of Osa in the South Pacific region of Costa Rica. It is a fully bilingual, bi-monthly and full color magazine. The distribution is 18,000 copies a year along the coast to Sierpe and even the Osa Peninsula, including the Palmar Sur and Quepos airports.
The magazine introduces the reader to the life of the local community, with interviews of pioneers, writers, and artists, as well as extensive information on restaurants, hotels, experiences, natural attractions, and wildlife of the South Pacific of Costa Rica.
What to do, Where to eat and Where to stay…
- Activities and Tours
- Whale Watching Tour
- Natural Attractions
- Marino Ballena National Park
- Hotels and Accommodations
South Pacific Costa Rica Beaches,
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Dare to Discover and Enjoy…
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Dear Reader of Ballena Tales Magazine: with only six weeks left to welcome 2021, we are proud to deliver you another magazine with 22 good stories for big and small.
PLAZA BAHIA MOANA opens its doors in Uvita, on the main road to the National Marino Ballena National Park, Ballena street.
This quote, perhaps the initial one, can be found in a 1928 etiquette book “The Completed Adam”. It was written by tennis player, writer, and author Paula von Reznicek and her husband. In it, they mention: “And love passes through the stomach”! Wherever the quote comes from, we agree that love for Costa Rica runs through the stomach!
If you never had a meal at Gusto Italian Restaurant or slept at Rancho Remo Lodge, you are truly missing something. The owners Luca and Francesca and their dog Zoe welcome us in their place
What is Cabys?
It is an official list of codes for mandatory use in electronic receipts to standardize the details of the goods and services traded.
Fast and agile are the two words for describing the beautiful tiger ratsnakes (Spilotes pullatus). This name refers to their distinctive black and yellow tiger-like pattern.
Caño Island, a beautiful biological reserve 20 km off of the South Pacific coast of Costa Rica, is a biodiversity hotspot. Hosting the highest diversity of corals of the Pacific of Costa Rica,
Designed with ecological intention, the company behind the flagship of Costa Rica – SAILCARGO INC. – aims to not only build ships and sail cargo but influence the surrounding community at home and each port of call positively
DAWG Needs Your Help? DAWG wants to continue doing these clinics, but we are getting low on funds. You can make a donation using our US PayPal account, and since DAWG also has non-profit status
At this time of year, we have the most significant amount of rain in our country, which could cause humidity problems. Due to this, the constructive structures are more affected by the aesthetic point of view by the appearance of…