#livinginCostaRica #Paradise #CostaRicaLife ‘Living in Costa Rica it’s NOT All Paradise for this Expat’ It’s not all paradise living in Costa Rica. Life in Costa Rica is not all toucans and monkeys on your porch as you sip your morning coffee. Hi! I am michael alan of Travel Costa Rica NOW,com and I have been living in Costa Rica for 15 years. My residency expires in about a week and I am not sure if my residency will be renewed and with everything going on with me these last few months, I am no feeling good about it. Needless worry? Are my feelings legit? It’s hard to say. Check out this video to see why I feel like I do, ‘Living in Costa Rica it’s NOT All Paradise for this Expat’
Costa Rica is a great place to live, beautiful, great people and the perfect place for international travelers who want to live abroad and live the simple life. Even though La Fortuna is a tourist destination, for me (michael alan) it is a great place to live. Meeting travelers from around the world is great and La Fortuna is the place to do that. I love doing these walk around, walk thru videos and showing folks a small part of Costa Rica.
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Here’s some of the more popular gringo places to live Costa Rica- La Fortuna, Nuevo Arenal, Tiliran, Canas, Tamarindo, Samara, Nosara, Mal Pais, Nicoya Peninsula, Manuel Antonio, Jaco, Dominical, Uvita, Osa Peninsula, Grecia, Atenas just to name a few. So many places to choose. Jungle areas full of monkeys, toucans, hummingbirds, wildlife galore, flora and fauna, waterfalls, mountains and much mucho mass. Beaches with swimming, surfing, snorkling, tourist and non-tourist location. Turtle nesting, deep sea fishing, dolphins, whales, palm trees… Costa Rica really is a paradise regardless of where you choose to live… except of course San Jose, if you’re thinking there, you may as well move to Detroit.
I hope you ENjoYed this video, ‘Living in Costa Rica it’s NOT All Paradise for this Expat’ and hope to see you in Costa Rica very soon. From all of us at Travel Costa Rica NOW.com Pura Vida!