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VON Astro from September 22 until September 30
The Turning of the Wheel
We are pushed once again to release the stories that keep us small. Facing the truth may not seem like fun- but your strength lies in your ability to deal with the issues head on.
Nosara high school's new music professor, 30-year-old Reuben Gölcher Barquero, is preparing his students to give a marching band show unlike anything done before in Nosara for Independence Day, with choreographed movements and new uniforms, as well as a newly formed cimarrona group, which he describes as Costa Rican-style experimental jazz with improvisational music.
Gilded Iguana Will Reopen October 1st with Expanded Bar
The Gilded Iguana will be closing down from September 9 until October 1 to complete a series of renovations to expand their bar and improve the kitchen.
Kaya Sol Closed for Kitchen Renovations
Kaya Sol retreat and restaurant will be performing kitchen renovations during their closure for the low season.
Gregorio Guevara Espinoza, 60 years old, is one of the best-known tailors in Nicoya. Known as "Goyo", he passes hours in a corner of the living room in his house in the center of the city.
VON Astro from September 3 to September 14
Finding the Balance
September begins riding on the tail of a blue moon in Pisces. Mental Mercury’s transit through Virgo during the first half of the month and asks us to focus on taking it one day at a time.
Samara Organics Offers "Loco" Lunches
Now you can eat organically at accessible prices on Wednesdays during Loco Lunches at Samara Organics, when all sandwiches and salads are just 2500 colones ($5).
When Lorena Rojas moved to San Fernando, Samara, fifteen years ago the local school wasn't very involved in celebrating Independence Day.