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  1. Liking It Hot At Hotel Hacienda Guachipelin In Costa RicaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Travel World News

    After a big day of hiking, zip-lining, horseback riding or other adventure tours in Costa Rica, there is nearly nothing better than soaking in steamy thermal springs so hot they make one tingle all over. Tired muscles are soon relaxed into spaghetti-like existence and the cares of the world melt away.


  2. 2015 Top Emerging Incentive Destinations: An Insider's LookRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | Meetings Net

    "Panama is absolutely an up-and-coming destination for incentive programs, having put in a lot of money into its infrastructure to grow its tourism product, and with many new hotels coming online in recent years. For the most part planners will look to Panama City, but there are some options in the immediate surroundings of the city such as in Playa Bonita and the Gamboa rainforest or further out in the Pearl Islands.


  3. George Weah's son progresses in U.S. national team programRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Soccer America

    Timothy Weah , the son of former Liberian great George Weah , the 1995 World Player of the Year, continues climbing the ranks of the U.S. youth national team program. The 15-year-old Timothy is part of Coach John Hackworth 's 20-player squad heading to the 12th Tournament Delle Nazioni, hosted by Italy, Slovenia and Austria April 21-May 2. George Weah's 14-year pro career included title wins with Monaco, Paris Saint-Germain, AC Milan and Chelsea.


  4. Firefighting Drones Could Save Costa Rican Tropical ForestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | The Daily Beast

    In Sector Pocosol, an administrative section of Costa Rica's Santa Rosa National Park, there's a wide, open field of browned grass. Its perimeter is guarded by towering trees, branches barren of their leaves, which cover the ground after falling in the dry season heat.


  5. Countries That Use The U.S. DollarRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | Investopedia

    While it is no surprise that the U.S. dollar is the official currency of the United States, it may surprise some that the dollar is also the official currency of a host of U.S. territories and sovereign nations around the world. In addition, it's the quasi-official currency of many other nations that commonly accept U.S. dollars in addition to a local currency.


  6. Ebola virus has mutated less than scientists fearedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | New Vision

    A Liberian worker reacts as he dismantles shelters in an Ebola treatment center closed by the charity Medecins Sans Frontiers in the Paynes Ville neighbourhood in Monrovia on Wednesday The Ebola virus is not mutating as quickly as scientists had feared, which is good news for treating the disease and preventing its spread, a study shows. Previous research based on limited data had suggested that Ebola was mutating twice as quickly as in the past, researchers said in the journal Science.


  7. Greetings around the worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Fox News

    A handshake says hello in America, but it's a bewildering gesture in other parts of the world. From touching noses to shouting at the top of your lungs, here are some unusual ways people say hello throughout the world: In some African countries, young people are expected to do more than say "yes sir" or "yes ma'am" to their elders.


  8. CONCACAF More than Just MexicoRead the original story

    Mar 18, 2015 | Eighty Six Forever

    With three of the four semi-finalists of the CONCACAF Champions League not being Mexican and the likelihood of no Mexican teams in the final, are we seeing a change to the appearance of CONCACAF and the viability of the Champions League? Since the CONCACAF Champions league switched to its current format in 2008-2009, five of the six finals have been an all-Mexican affair; the only exception being 2010-2011 when Real Salt Lake made a surprise appearance. In fact, of the 24 teams to reach the semi-finals, prior to this season, only 7 were NOT Mexican teams.


  9. Apple Leisure Group Signs Deal for Second Resort in Costa RicaRead the original story

    Mar 3, 2015 | Hotel Interactive

    Apple Leisure Group subsidiary, AMResorts , announced the signing of the company's third deal in the first quarter of 2015. Secrets Papagayo Resort & Spa will also be the second property for the company in Costa Rica, following the highly anticipated opening of Dreams Las Mareas Costa Rica late last year.


  10. Sister cities, similar in size, share diverse culturesRead the original story

    Feb 22, 2015 | Tyler Morning Telegraph

    Swindle serves as the president of the Tyler Sister Cities, a nonprofit board that works to expand create a cultural exchange between Tyler and other similar sized cities in other countries. The city has five sister cities: Yachiyo, Japan; Liberia, Costa Rica; Jelenia Gora, Poland; San Miguel de Allende, Mexico; and Lo Barnechea, Chile. 1 comment

  11. Frontier soon up to 20 routes from O'Hare focus cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 17, 2015 | USA Today

    ... other O'Hare destinations are: Atlanta; Cabo San Lucas, Mexico; Denver; Fort Myers, Fla.; Las Vegas; Liberia, Costa Rica; Miami; Orlando; Philadelphia (begins March 13); Phoenix; Puerto Vallarta, Mexico; Punta Cana, Dominican Republic; Salt Lake ...


  12. HSBC files: Swiss bank aggressively pushed way for clients to avoid new taxRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 11, 2015 | Business News

    HSBC 's Swiss bankers aggressively marketed a device that would allow its clients to avoid a new tax introduced under a treaty Switzerland signed with the European Union , the HSBC files reveal. The documents show for the first time that rather than acting as a passive party to the tax schemes of its clients, HSBC Suisse proactively contacted clients to market techniques that would have effectively sabotaged the tax treaty deal.


  13. New Analysis: World Bank, in Rushing the First Global Forest Carbon...Read the original story

    Feb 3, 2015 | Newswise

    Newswise - LONDON -A new report finds that Indigenous Peoples and local communities control less than one sixth of tropical forests-despite living in or near the forests and safeguarding them-in eight of the 11 countries accepted by the World Bank for initiating the proposed carbon market. The report, produced by the Rights and Resources Initiative , identifies only two countries participating in the market that have laws defining who has rights to forest carbon, and not one with a law defining how to trade it.


  14. Short-lived sales can be the ticket to big savingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2015 | Stars and Stripes

    ... normally sells for $600 to $700. Port of Spain is a nice Caribbean spot just off the coast of Venezuela. Liberia, Costa Rica, which is about 30 minutes from some of the best Pacific beaches in Central America, was recently on sale for $291. Liberia ...


  15. Costa Rica: Family styleRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 29, 2015 |

    The notion of an international family vacation can be daunting to a parent, especially to parents of younger children. However, when looking for a family-friendly foreign destination, one can't do much better than Costa Rica .


  16. U.S. Contractor Awarded More Than $1 Billion Is Suspended Over 'Serious Misconduct'Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2015 | Switched

    AUGUST 24: Workers unload medical supplies to fight the Ebola epidemic from a USAID cargo flight on August 24, 2014 in Harbel, Liberia. The U.S. government sent more than 16 tons of supplies, including anti-contamination clothing , plasting sheeting and water purification machinery.


  17. Playa del Coco for a dream vacationRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2015 |

    Playa del Coco is the oldest village in the Province of Guanacatse, and one of the oldest beach resorts in Costa Rica. The beautiful town is also one of Costa Rica's fastest growing vacation destinations, and is equally popular with international travelers and Costa Rica residents.


  18. $34+ O/W Sale on JetBlue's New RoutesRead the original story

    Jan 23, 2015 | SmarterTravel

    JetBlue's has added several new routes, including flights to/from Detroit; Las Vegas; Liberia, Costa Rica; and Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago; among many domestic, Caribbean, and Latin American destinations. Travel dates and pricing are varied and dependent on preferred route, but fares start at $34 one-way .


  19. Yoga & Healthy Aging Retreat to Costa RicaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 21, 2015 |

    An Enchanting Costa Rica Yoga & Meditation Retreat w/ Cindy Walker B.A. RTY & Tammy Parkinson CNC, CPT, CLC November 14-21, 2015 AHKi Costa Rica Guanacaste, Nicoya, Nosara ... a sanctuary for the soul AHKi Retreat is a magical, intimate and spacious facility located in a rainforest of Costa Rica. Infused with simple elegance, fabulous organic healthy food and serene accommodations, AHKi offers a new world of exploration and a perfect platform for exciting personal inner growth.


  20. Beach hopping - Costa Rica styleRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 23, 2015 | Bangor Daily News

    OK gang, before I take off to points south I'm going to leave you with a sure fire vacation plan for this year or next. Notice the heading? Endless summer.