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Old 06-29-2012, 05:28 PM   #1
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Default A Costarican transplanted to "El Tundra" Canada

Hello everyone! I am a costarican living in Canada! It's cold up here no lie!


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Old 06-30-2012, 02:36 PM   #2
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welcome to the forum! talk about extreme weather difference, thats major. i went to Costa a couple of years ago and had a blast, beautiful country with amazing people. We spent a couple of days in Jaco, 4 days roaming the Nicoya peninsula and finished up in La Fortuna. I alway recommend Costa to people. What made you move to Canada?


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I returned to CR for my honeymoon just this last April. I LOVE that whole Country! I learned to surf in Jaco, toured all sorts of rainforests, rafted the Pacuare, and fished in lake Arenal. We had a blast! Great place to be from, but I really hope you enjoy your new place in Canada as well! Pura Vida!
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Costa Rica and Canada are two of my very favorite places! Both beautiful countries with wonderful friendly people, and so much scenery, and wildlife!
Pura Vida, eh?
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Old 07-04-2012, 01:13 PM   #5
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Haha thanks for the fun comment guys! I moved up here to finish my Chem Eng degree and guess I stayed! Love Canada it is beautiful just a little too cold. Costa Rica will always be with me...who knows, I might move back one day! Good thing about Canada is that it is easier to get brewing supplies . Pura vida!
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Hello everyone! I am a costarican living in Canada! It's cold up here no lie!

It can't be that cold in AB this time of the year

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