Living in and Visiting Costa Rica : 100 Tips, Tricks, Traps, and Facts
Finally, a book on Costa Rica that gives a "slice of life" view of this tropical, Central American country. Real world examples of what to expect at: the bank, the grocery store, the restaurant, the restroom, when driving, and more. The book is written in a lighthearted, humorous way and answers questions such as: - What are 3 things you can do as a customer at a bank in the U.S. that you will get your hand slapped for in Costa Rica? - What app would a wise person visiting Costa Rica put on their cell phone for use in the restroom? - What is considered rude in a U.S. restaurant but is a necessity to ensure you get to enjoy a hot entree in Costa Rica? These observations and over 100 more (yes, there are some extras thrown in) are covered to help you get the most out of your visit or move to Costa Rica. No one famous ever said: "I look forward to a day when books are not judged by the number of characters in their content, but the content of those characters." But they should have. Living in and Vistiting Costa Rica is comprised of just over 31,000 words that will positively impact your research of Costa Rica, whether you are a tourist or a potential expat.
- Paperback | 147 pages
- 128 x 192 x 12mm | 160g
- 18 Mar 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
About Greg Seymour
Greg Seymour is a quitter. At the tender age of 38 Greg and his wife determined that enough was enough. They began working towards a way away from the excess of life in North America and towards a simplified life in Central America. At 41 Greg left the career he had spent 22 years building in the Litigation Support industry to become Intentionally Unemployed. So far, so good. He now has the time to pursue interests that were put on the back burner during his working life: photography, hiking, and writing. Oh, and he gets to live in Costa Rica while doing it.