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The Most Powerful Men of Hojancha’s Livestock Auction

By Henry Morales Navarro - henry@vozdeguanacaste.com

Just two months after the Hojancha Livestock Auction initiated, the most powerful ranchers involved in the activity have already consolidated,...

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Blogs

Culture

Hiking to Consciousness

There were two people in the back of the pickup when it arrived to transport us to the Reserva...

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Astrology

Venus Moves into Capricorn: Its All About Love

Venus moves into Capricorn on the 10th and our love becomes strong and goal...

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Astrology

Gemini Full Moon: Free Your Mind of Potholes

The Gemini Full moon arrives in the early morning of the 6th, with the...

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Lifestyle

It's All About Love

Chris and Brenda are in love.  They are in love with each other, with life and with Samara. The...

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Food Tripping - Food from France

By VOG staff, photography by Ariana Crespo

The pleasure of French cuisine lies in the quality of their products and the finesse of their recipes. When it’s time to eat, they serve small...

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La Esperanza de Nosara School Receives Donations Following Huge Theft

By Emiliana García - emiliana@vozdeguanacaste.com

Despite the fact that students and teachers of the La Esperanza de Nosara Elementary School are still extremely disappointed by the theft of 14...

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Food Tripping - Food from Spain

By VOG staff, photography by Ariana Crespo

Tapas are a great classic in Spanish cuisine and one of the activities that best represents their culture. Tapas for every taste are found in most...

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Food Tripping - Food from the United States

By VOG staff, photography by Ariana Crespo

American cuisine is a reflection of its history. With influences from countries such as England, Italy, Germany and Ireland, among others, some of...

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Food Tripping - Food froom China and Japan

By VOG staff, photography by Ariana Crespo

We Westerners have historically lumped Japan and China together under the same label of Asian food, even though their cuisine is very different...

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Food Tripping - Food from Israel

By VOG staff, photography by Ariana Crespo

Food in Israel is a mix of culinary influences from northern Africa, Muslim nations in the Middle East and European countries on the...

Travel

Letter to Editor: Nosara’s Two Wildlife Centers

By Nice Alterman

Although the Refuge for Wildlife and the SIBU Sanctuary work together, the two wildlife centers are not one unique entity as many of the people in...

Entertainment

Samara Hosts Fashion Show and White Party to Benefit Children

By Cher Compton - citizen journalist, Samara

Tabanuco's restaurant on the beach in Samara was all in white Saturday night, December 13th.  Over 60 attendees, elegantly attired in white,...

Entertainment

Central American Premiere of “Reel Rock 9” Will Take Place in Playa Guiones

By Emiliana García - emiliana@vozdeguanacaste.com

Costa Rica, and specifically Playa Guiones, will be the first country in Central America to enjoy the climbing documentary “Reel Rock 9,”...

Food Tripping - Food from Italy

By VOG staff, photography by Ariana Crespo

Far and wide throughout Italy, their food varies by region, but without a doubt all of the regions have something in common: pasta. For the...

Nosara Forum Plans to Combat Dust with Molasses Project

By Roberto Acuña Ávalos - roberto@vozdeguanacaste.com

An initiative of the Nosara Leadership Forum could counteract the high amounts of dust affecting residents of the district due to bad road...

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Thieves Rob Los Angeles de Nosara School – Even the Notebooks

By Roberto Acuña Ávalos - roberto@vozdeguanacaste.com

In less than a month, another Nosara school has become the victim of crime; this time it was the Los Angeles School that lost everything.

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Artists: Starting December 15 You Can Register to Participate in the Samara Art Fair

By Roberto Acuña Ávalos - roberto@vozdeguanacaste.com

It’s common in Samara for hotel owners, chefs and surf teachers to be sought after, but now artists are in luck, as the organizers of Que...

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Nicoya and Samara Residents Owe the Muni Over ¢200 Million for Garbage Collection

By Wilberth Villalobos Castrillo - wilberth@vozdeguanacaste.com

Efficiently and effectively billing paying for garbage collection services has become a real headache for the Municipality of Nicoya because, of...

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Sunset at Langosta Beach

by Maria Jose Mora Cordero
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