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Another weekend in Costa Rica, and another set of restrictions.

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In yet another attempt to reduce the chances of residents of San Jose from visiting Guanacaste for the Easter Holiday known as Semana Santa, the government has increased driving restrictions yet again.

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The new Board of Directors for 2020 have been elected.

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There are still a few of us who remember the original Flamingo Marina before it closed in 2003.

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The 360 Splendor del Pacifico, aka 360 Flamingo, is a marvel overlooking both beautiful Flamingo Beach and the Potrero Bay, home of the new Marina Flamingo Project.

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Max Arata representing the Marina Flamingo Development Group announced the beginning of prep work for the new Marina.

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Once again the government leaders of Costa Rica have changed their mind on policy at the last minute, although they have their reasons.
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While Costa Rica moves into the 3rd phase of the planned easing of restrictions placed on the public due to the Sars-cov2 outbreak, some new unexpected revisions were made, requiring the use of masks for employees and in some cases for members of the public.

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The Riu has just openned their new Waterpark for guests of the resort

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Costa Rica has announced last week that they would open the country to tourists from Canada, the UK and the majority of the EU countries, while refusing to allow American flights to bring tourists into the country.
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Two important changes for foreign visitors traveling to Costa Rica, will result in lower costs for the new mandatory travel insurance coverage.
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Beginning tomorrow, August 10 thru August 21st, the government of Costa Rica is changing restrictions on cantons under Orange Alert, which is primarily focused on the Greater Metro Area (GAM) of San Jose.
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