Immigration: Where do you draw the line? | Mulshine

October 25, 2018 | Costa Rica News
Some years ago I was driving south through Guatemala when I saw a kid hitchhiking at an intersection. I opened the door and let him in. ...read more
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How to Really Help Children Abroad

October 23, 2018 | Costa Rica News
For Americans who volunteer to serve the poor in foreign orphanages, there are many better ways in which to do good than working directly with the children. ...read more
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5 naturally beautiful eco-lodges in Costa Rica

October 22, 2018 | Costa Rica News
Some eco-lodges in Costa Rica are luxurious and offer fine dining, while others will be on the rustic side with facilities to prepare your own meals. 5 naturally beautiful eco-lodges in Costa Rica Some eco-lodges in Costa Rica are luxurious and offer fine dining, while others will be on the rustic side with facilities to prepare your own meals. ...read more
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4 Americans, 1 tour guide killed in Costa Rican raft accident

October 22, 2018 | Costa Rica News
Four Americans and a Costa Rican tour guide died Saturday after their recreational rafts overturned on the Naranjo River in Costa Rica. Luis Guzman, a Costan Rican official of the Red Cross, told CNN en Espanol that three rafts carrying 18 people overturned. ...read more
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Andrew Gillum’s receipts for New York and Costa Rica trips leave unanswered questions

October 21, 2018 | Costa Rica News
Mayor Andrew Gillum released travel receipts Tuesday for personal trips he took to New York City and Costa Rica that are under investigation by the Florida Commission on Ethics. But the early evening document drop by Gillum's campaign for governor was more remarkable for what it didn't include - receipts from any of the New York outings he took in August 2016 with his former friend, lobbyist Adam Corey, his brother, Marcus Gillum and two undercov
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The Lasting Pain of Children Sent to Orphanages, Rather Than Families

October 16, 2018 | Costa Rica News
Many Americans travel to Latin America to help in orphanages, but their presence often only compounds the misery of unnecessarily institutionalizing children. ...read more
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Stopping Climate Change Is Hopeless. Let’s Do It.

October 6, 2018 | Costa Rica News
It begins with how we live our lives every moment of every day. ...read more
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New shipment of pineapples at Port Tampa Bay opens doors for new facility

September 26, 2018 | Costa Rica News
For the first time, Port Tampa Bay is housing Costa Rican pineapples in its new on-dock cold storage facility. ...read more
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How to Write a Book, Part 2

September 26, 2018 | Costa Rica News
As I said in my first blog about our new book, Strength through Peace , the dream of Costa Rica really didn't work out for us. Not only was the happiness literature questionable, but the real problems of living in Guanacaste were stressful. ...read more
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Chile’s government announces investment for indigenous region

September 24, 2018 | Costa Rica News
Chilean President Sebastian Pinera on Monday announced a plan worth US$24 million aimed at ending a lengthy conflict between the state and the country's indigenous population in the south. FILE PHOTO - Chile's President Sebastian Pinera attends a news conference at the Presidential house in San Jose, Costa Rica July 7, 2018. ...read more
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