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Where, when and how to recycle in Guanacaste

By Amanda Zúñiga

Seven municipalities in Guanacaste offer recycling-collection services in some communities. The other four municipalities have...

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Health

The Before, During and After of Staying Hydrated While Surfing

Those of us who practice water sports often don’t realize how much we sweat. That can lead us to...

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Lifestyle

Just a Board and Some Rope

Every morning I am grateful to walk on beautiful Samara Beach with my little border collie.  We...

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Health

Street Meat: The Reality Behind the Flavor

It’s undeniable: The...

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Health

5 Superfoods You Must Have in Your Kitchen

When we hear the word superfoods, our first thought is that they are...

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Bodhi Village Planned for Former Nosara Yoga Institute Site

By Mary Smathers - Nosara Citizen Journalist

The Bodhi Tree hotel has plans to transform the landscaped gardens and meandering pathways of the former Nosara Yoga Institute’s 4.5 acre...

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Advertorial - Coopeguanacaste’s Signs Prevent Accidents With Animals

By Coopeguanacaste

The number of accidents involving Guanacaste’s wildlife has swollen over the last five years. The amount of dead animals on the Pan-...

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Santa Cruz Council Members Scramble to Challenge Mayor in Administrative Contention Court

By Wilberth Villalobos Castrillo - wilberth@vozdeguanacaste.com

Santa Cruz municipal council members are running against the clock to hire an attorney who can bring a legal challenge against current mayor María...

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Nicoyan Farmers Harvest Rainwater to Survive the Summer

By David Bolaños

El Joboa and Cerro Verde are two small villages boxed in by Nicoya’s mountains. In order to...

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Editorial - How Many Deaths In Exchange For A Bike Path?

By Staff La voz de Guanacaste

On the last day of 2016 a man died while riding his bike in Quebrada Honda de Nicoya. He lost control, didn’t have any reflective gear,...

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Travel

Tamarindo’s Rocks

By María Fernanda Cruz - editor@vozdeguanacaste.com

Mayra Obando sticks her gray head out into the street during a blinding noon, fanning herself with her hand. “Pew,” she complains in a low...

Sazón Criollo: A Mecca for Budget Tourists in Tamarindo

By María Fernanda Cruz - editor@vozdeguanacaste.com

It’s true that Tamarindo has food options for every taste – especially the organic-artisanal-gourmet-locavore-vegan crowd – but how often...

Travel

Discovering Playa Naranjo, One of the Last Deserted Beaches in Guanacaste

By María Fernanda Cruz - editor@vozdeguanacaste.com

The tropical dry forest in Santa Rosa National Park has a stone-covered road that leads to Playa Naranjo, one of the last beaches in the...

Nature

Nosara’s GreenZones Program: Appreciating Nature via Meditation and Cell Phone Photography

By Mary Smathers - Nosara Citizen Journalist

Walking barefoot, silent, and with slow, exaggerated steps, I follow my teacher on the jungle path. The softening late afternoon light dapples the...

Nambí: The Little Giant That Defies Drought

By Wilberth Villalobos Castrillo - wilberth@vozdeguanacaste.com

Chief Nambí will be immortalized not just among the Nicoyan people, but also with a new, improved variety of bean that bears his name....

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Bike Lanes Begin to Gain Traction in Guanacaste

By Wilberth Villalobos wilberth@vozdeguanacaste.com

Residents of Liberia, Nicoya, and Santa Cruz have already started pedaling in search of their own bike lanes on freeways and highways....

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Sardinal Seeks Legal Alternatives To Block Extension of the El Coco-Ocotal Aqueduct

By María Fernanda Cruz - mariafernanda@vozdeguanacaste.com

The Constitutional Court ruled against an a writ of protection presented by residents of Sardinal de Carrillo that aimed once again to stop a...

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What Were The First Guanacastecans Like? A cemetery in Playas del Coco offers some clues

By Andrea Solano B. - Correspondent

Vistas del Coco sounds like the name of a residential complex or one of those condos that real estate agents hope to sell to people dreaming of...

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Photo of the week

It is hard to find a windmill for water catching, but here we have this tiny one on the road to Villareal, Santa Cruz.                 

 

by Antony Rodriguez
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