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  1. I understand that INS Health Insurance can be purchased through ARCR under a group policy at a discount. A few questions: 1) How much of a discount is provided relative to INS standard rates? 2) Is the same health insurance policy coverage provided or does the group policy vary from the standard policy? 3) Does the policy have to be purchased in person at the ARCR office or can it be done by phone/ internet? (I live in Guanacaste.) 4) Can I use doctor's of my choice (in Guanacaste)? Thank you in advance for any feedback.
  2. I've got a question for all foodies, I've heared that Cacao is grown in Costa Rica, is this true? If so, is it readily available? What is its costs? In what form is it sold? Also what are some other superfoods is Costa Rica known for? Are goji berries local? Any information would be great! Pura Vida
  3. I was curious … with the mild climate, abundance of fruit and vegetables and outdoor activities, the lower cost of cosmetic surgery, and lower cost of gym memberships and yoga instruction (compared to what I pay) – are expat retirees take advantage of those things to get healthier and look younger?
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