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Avant-garde Art Festival in Tamarindo

By Roberto Acuña Ávalos - roberto@vozdeguanacaste.com

Thinking of Tamarindo, one pictures parties, surf and wide beaches. But now the community wants to become synonymous with art as...

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Blogs

Art

Made with Love in Samara

A friend, who owns a beautiful little store in Samara asked me to help translate this statement...

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Nature

Miss Angela's Garden

When a five year old child puts a bean in a...

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World

The Cubans Who Took Flight

“This island is an open prison. Ninety percent of Cubans, like me, want to leave here, but we...

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Art

Que Lindo!

Planning has under way for Samara's 2016 Que Lindo Art Fair.  It will be on Saturday, January 30...

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Video Project Captures the Amazing Places Guanacaste Offers

By Ariana Crespo - arianacrespo@vozdeguanacaste.com

Gloriana Fernandez, Gustavo Rodriguez, Alejandra Trejos and Karla Aguilar are four youths from San Jose who decided to see and film “incredible...

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The Crocodile That Lurks Around the Beaches of Guanacaste

By Roberto Acuña Ávalos - roberto@vozdeguanacaste.com

In recent years, some tourists visiting the beaches of Guanacaste have been frightened at seeing a crocodile in the ocean.

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Finish a Night of Partying at the Condor

By Roberto Acuña Ávalos - roberto@vozdeguanacaste.com

After a party, ending up in the Condor is like finding an oasis in the desert or entering paradise. It sounds cliche, but when it’’s after...

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La Cruz Authorities Estimate 700 African and Haitian Immigrants in Canton

By Por Danilo Cubero

The canton of La Cruz might be facing a new migrant crisis involving Africans, Haitians and even Asians. For that reason, a...

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Samara Fishermen Seek Property for Processing Center

By Wilberth Villalobos Castrillo - willberth@vozdeguanacaste.com

The fishermen of Playa Samara are tired of having to sell their products at a low price to intermediaries who earn all the profits simply ...

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Police News

Public Force Seizes Barrel of “Chirrite” Liquor in Colas de Gallo de Nicoya

By Henry Morales - henry@vozdeguanacaste.com

On Thursday, May 26, the Nicoya Public Force raided a lab in which the contraband liquor known as “chirrite” was being...

Ahumados Bernina: The Petit Restaurant and Market of Nicoya

By Roberto Acuña Ávalos - roberto@vozdeguanacaste.com

The Ahumados Bernina brand is not new in Nicoya, since Nicola Denoth has been delivering her products around the canton and to many parts of the...

Nature

10 Reasons Why the Gulf of Nicoya Needs to Be Protected

By Henry Morales - henry@vozdeguanacaste.com

“Like a dog that bites the hand that feeds him.” That, figuratively speaking, is what is happening with the Gulf of Nicoya and the misuse made of...

Region

Karol Cabalceta: “In Any Little Town You Visit, You Will Always Find Talented People”

By Roberto Acuña Ávalos - roberto@vozdeguanacaste.com

The life of Karol Cabalceta is very musical with guitars, marimbas and quijongos (a type of musical bow used by some indigenous groups). At 33...

Region

Peñas Blancas Filled with African Tension

By Danilo Brenes Cambronero, Citizen Journalist from La Cruz

Following the opening of Costa Rica’s borders to some African migrants (some legal and many others not), for the majority of Ticos, their...

Municipalities Aim to Boost Citizen Confidence in Public Institutions

By Roberto Acuña Ávalos - roberto@vozdeguanacaste.com

More than 20 representatives of Guanacaste’s cantons met on Tuesday May 17 at Hotel La...

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Honey Plant in Jicaral Is One of the Most Technologically Advanced in Central America

By Wilberth Villalobos Castrillo - willberth@vozdeguanacaste.com

The community of Jicaral, located in the Nicoya Peninsula, is enjoying “sweet success” with the production and industrialization of what is...

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Conavi Buys 24,000 Trees to Mitigate Environmental Impact on Cañas-Liberia Route

By Samantha Barquero - esamibc@gmail.com

Any construction always leaves an environmental impact, and the roadway between Liberia and Cañas was no exception. That is why...

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Editorial- Guanacastecans: Are We Behind The Times or Are We Changing the Story?

By Staff The Voice of Guanacaste

We sound like a broken record: in Guanacaste, there is no work, we don’t have opportunities like the people from San Jose, you have to go to the...

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A beautiful rose decorates Captain Adolfo Saenz's garden in Los Ángeles of Nicoya.

by Adolfo Sáenz
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