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  1. I want to mail some new clothing from the U.S. to Costa Rica to relatives who are going to carry the clothing to Cuba for me. I can't figure out...will I be charged duty on this kind of package? And how likely is it that the package will arrive safely in C.R.?
  2. TG, I've really appreciated getting to know you in this forum, you can be counted on to ask the tough questions. The issues you raise in your post are those I have wondered myself...what happens after the novelty wears off and I'm stuck with everyday life? The things I am thinking about: 1) I am easily bored and need to be learning all of the time. How happy will I be without libraries and bookstores? How frustrated will I be that if I'm interested in a new sport, I can't afford to just go out and buy a bunch of gear and try it out? 2) Will I get frustrated with the rain and mud? Right now, I can always put on more clothes and walk the dogs, even in zero degree weather. Will I feel trapped by the nightly rains? 3) Will I regret leaving my aging parents? What happens when their health goes bad? 4) No matter how fluent I try to get, will I miss having good ol' American English conversation? 5) I love the nature and the beaches, but how much time and money will I really have to enjoy them? Perhaps I'll spend less time hiking and beaching than if I live here and vacation in CR. I'm going to take it real...slow. Jan
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