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Montserrat de Coronado, filled with surprises

Visiting Montserrat de Coronado means entering the cloud forested mountains of the Central Volcanic Mountain Range. It is a magical and wonderful place that...

The story of La Llorona, but not the one you know

It’s such a small stone for such a big name. La Llorona: she who cries. A massive, creepy presence in our legends, in the minds...

Bajos del Toro, a photographer’s playground

Imagine yourself in the mountains. You hike along crystal clear streams while breathing in cool, clean air. Where do you imagine yourself to be?...

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Educating in a pandemic: a family tale 1, 2, and 3

What has pandemic education meant to you? Have you experienced it as a parent, teacher, grandparent, onlooker? In Costa Rica, or somewhere else in the...

Our daughters and the poisoned apple

“I want to disappear,” my daughter said. “What?” My hand, resting on her shoulder, tightened its grip instinctively to match the squeeze of my heart. “It’s...

Welcome to Voices 506! We’d love to hear from you

When Mónica, Pippa and I joined forces to create a new, bilingual media organization, we wanted to build a space where professional journalists could...

New Year’s traditions and the world’s ‘happiest country’

One New Year’s Day a few years ago, I sat at the cement table, or pollito, in our little garden with my parents and...

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