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Expats In Costa Rica Blogs Directory
This is the Expats in Costa Rica Blogs listing page at ExpatsBlog.com. Whilst we do try to include as many Costa Rica expat blogs as possible, should you know of a blog that deserves a listing please add here.
Busted flat in California, two baby boomer newlyweds strike out for a new life in Costa Rica. Life as an expat as well as adventures in the many colorful careers of Carole Jean - stewardess, real estate agent, dancer.
A blog about a single mom, 3 amazing kids, travel and family! My name is Kim, I am a mom of 3 amazing kids. My world revolves around my children....I am a single mom and love every minute of it! We have lots to share with you and hope that you will take a look around and follow us on our current journey!
Oregon ex-patriate living in Costa Rica since 2008 in La Zona Sur. Help and advice for those thinking about expatriate living in Costa Rica. Filled with real-life experiences.
I'm Erin, a graphic designer, English teacher, and US expat living in Costa Rica and loving every moment of it! This website is about my travels around Costa Rica.
Retired, I'd lived in France for about twenty years after leaving the U.K. Tired of listening to the 'living the dream' nonsense, I now live in Costa Rica
The journal of an American photographer and writer living in Costa Rica.
In January 2006 we sold everything, took a leap of faith and created new lives in Costa Rica. The only sure thing in life is change. Seven years later, each day is a new beginning.
Hola! I'm Maribel an American living in Costa Rica with her family. Stroller Adventures is where I share all our adventures with food and travel within this green lush country.
Former Peace Corps, Tanzania. Barry has the talent. Kim has the brains. We have Photography Workshops in Costa Rica at our B & B.
Journal of moving from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, to Costa Rica with husband and elderly cat. Describes a year prior to the move and what our life is like now. Hope it can be of help to Canadians considering a move to Costa Rica.
I'm Tim. Writing/Blogging. Super geek. Music, Beatles to Beethoven. Photography, Art. Traveled everywhere! Life is good. Costa Rica rules!
A blog about a Texas family, growing, traveling, learning, blogging, building, teaching, loving and LIVING in Costa Rica! We just opened a new BEEF JERKY company in Atenas, COSTA RICA and live in the happiest place on Earth!
Living in Atenas Costa Rica and writing about our new life here and stitchery.
Baby boomer living in Costa Rica writing stuff of interest to other baby-boomers. No politics, few rants, attempted humor, mostly irreverence. Suitably old but mysteriously advanced.
News shorts from Samara Beach, Costa Rica. Sand in my shorts. Sand in my shoes Retired Seattle architect. Retooled in Costa Rica
Discovering Atenas COSTA RICA is a website and playful blog about a new adventure for our Texas family, growing, traveling, learning, blogging, building, teaching, loving and LIVING in Costa Rica with 2 small children and 1 on the way!
Hola! I'm Angelina Love, and I write chasing.mangos to share my experience of living abroad in Costa Rica. I started chasing mangos in October 2011 as a way to include family and friends on our journey.
My thoughts and observations on our sabbatical living in Ojochal, on the Osa Penisula, in Costa Rica.
My husband, Jack and I made the leap of moving to another, albeit third world country. So far, so good. In these pages, I hope to write about what rivets, motivates, annoys, horrifies or thrills me.
Providing the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly on Costa Rica. Perspective, Information, and News about the real Costa Rica
My move to Costa Rica with my husband and dogs
In this moment...
A story about a family of four that moved from Atlanta Georgia to Tamarindo Costa Rica
Travel planning info from two expats living in Costa Rica. Itineraries, destinations, and our secrets for exploring this amazing place.
Rubiatica is the story of a girl from Atlanta who is loving her life as an English teacher in Costa Rica, the land of PURA VIDA between 2009-2011
Pat spent most of her 20s in Costa Rica and always hoped to return someday. John fell in love with Costa Rica on his first visit and the decision was made to retire to Atenas, in 2006
Ginnee and Phil Hancock have a mountain with 20+ waterfalls and several rivers located South of Turrialba, Costa Rica. Our sustainable permaculture project in paradise is growing. We look forward to sharing our adventures with you.
Travels and adventures through the beautiful country of Costa Rica.
sc morgan grew up in Oregon, where she learned not everything is black and white. Now she lives in the jungles of Costa Rica where shades of gray cover the full spectrum.
On a mission to help animals in need! (by StephieD)
Fed up at 41 - Greg Seymour left a successful career, sold everything but 9 suitcases worth of stuff, and moved with his wife to Costa Rica. He blogs about his experiences with early retirement and his new home of Costa Rica.
A husband and wife decide to live simply and joyfully in a rural community in Costa Rica. They share their adventures, budgets, and quirky insights.
On our search for adventure we arrived in Costa Rica in December 2013. We are a family of four with 2 children aged 11 & 7. This blog is a collection of stories about our experiences working, living and going to school here in Costa Rica.
I get asked almost daily by tourists I meet here, how I live the life I do. Many of my friends and their families here in Costa Rica have arrived in different ways and for different reason. This blog explores living abroad with kids.
The chronicles of traveling and living abroad with young children in Costa Rica.
We sold everything and moved a terrier and a 17-year old cat to Samara, Costa Rica to live the luxury lifestyle on $2000 per month . . . because we're poor but adventurous. Enjoy our mishaps and adventures. Come laugh at us and with us.
I fled Seattle, landed in Costa Rica with nine suitcases and a dog, married a tico, took off my rose-colored glasses, and settled in for the ride. No unicorns, no rainbows, but plenty of sarcasm and boxed wine. Monkeys optional.
It would be a tragedy to die, having never really lived. Which is why my husband Andy and I quit our jobs, sold our house and decided to chase our dreams. We moved to Costa Rica without a plan, and this is the story of our adventure.