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  1. the only thing I know of that several friends do is to hire a caretaker - make sure (1) they are honest and reliable and (2) you have a written contract with them w/ pay and duties stated, drawn up by a lawyer
  2. even if you've never been there, this could make you homesick for Louisiana, and the Atchafalaya National Heritage Area:
  3. a tica friend showed me all her decorations, and where each had come from (multiple generations back), and which were going to which of her children eventually
  4. a friend made tamales w/ her neighbor - took 6 hrs for 100, all the way from picking the banana leaves to steaming the tamales. Her half of the cost was c3.000. :-)
  5. If you like those categories, you should check out expat-blog. I personally detest that organization, because so much of what I post and read are not region specific. Also (on that site), it is awful trying to navigate - click up, down, around, check all the separate sections. ugh. I also don't pay any attention to the tags...
  6. the bank to exchange old for new is the central bank - it is near the central post office in SJ - has all those statues of "ordinary people" in front of it
  7. we searched and searched for the equivalent of an open mic - no luck. you basically have to depend on collecting musician friends for jams/private parties. Joe Anello is a drummer, and plays regularly (Sundays) at a place outside of Grecia - can't remember the name just now - anyone else remember?
  8. de una tica de facebook: ¿Alajuela? Alajuela es algo así este fin de semana... Viernes: 7:00. Los de la Bajura en el parque Juan. 7:30. Cantata con el grupo Cantares en la UTN. Sábado: 12:30. Poás Adentro en el Museo Juan. 2:00 Visita guiada por el Museo. 7:00 Cantata (por si se la perdió) en el Teatro Municipal. Domingo: Juan Cuentacuentos a las 11:00 y a la 1:00 en el Museo Juan. 7:30 Cuentos de Tiquicia en el Museo Juan.
  9. Blogs are VERY different than "informational websites"! "Blog" is short for Web-log, so by definition, a LOG. You should never expect that someone will go back and change what they recorded in that present. HOWEVER, a website that says it provides information about something definitely should be kept up. In the absence of that, it should at least have some sort of disclaimer about what date it was current.
  10. My pleasure! (you may notice a number of other useful pins, like the muy barata farmacia in San Pedro) :-)
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