Much to my sadness, this is my first bad review of a restaurant in Costa Rica. Perhaps not a bad review but a review that is not stellar.
Last week, I went with my wife to this restaurant called Mr. Maiz located in the Mall Dorado in Guadalupe/Moravia Costa Rica.
I have often seen the sign for this restaurant that offers local Costa Rican food and decided that I would try it out and do a review for Mr. Maiz in Costa Rica.
I received a review copy of Thomas Ray O'Brien's “Clueless Clyde in Costa Rica” and dove in, not quite knowing what to expect. I was afraid it would be some sort of sleazy account of the joys of sex tourism.
Not to worry, my fears were unfounded. Unlike many other books dealing with this subject, there's no macho chest thumping here. Yes, there's a goodly amount of “sexual situations,” as the cliché goes.
But the “sexual situations” are only one part of Clyde's effort to deal with his loneliness and male menopause by traveling to Costa Rica to see if there was some sort of answer in the arms of a paid companions... okay, prostitutes.
Last week-end I was sitting at a bar and pizzeria in Guadalupe talking with a few friends. One of us asked if there was an English ‘’Daily deal page’’ in Costa Rica.
All of us knew only a couple of those sites in Costa Rica, in Spanish. So I got on my tablet and search for one. And I found this new English Daily deal page in Costa Rica at www.holaofertas.com.
With a very nice presentation, 7 languages to choose from, everyone wanted to see it!
Last week my wife and I were in the mood for a pizza. Not the typical fast food pizza but a unique pizza from local pizzerias.
This is when a friend of ours who lives in Guadalupe, Costa Rica told us about this new pizza restaurant in Guadalupe called, “Bar y Pizzeria Jacaranda.
Located at the intersection of La Robert de Guadalupe and Alto de Guadalupe, this new and little known pizzeria is offers some of the best pizza in Costa Rica at unbelievable prices.
Last night I was invited to eat Mexican food at the Pink Taco in Alajuela.
To be honest, going to the Pink Taco was not my first choice as the Mexican food in Costa Rica that I have tried has always left me disappointed but since my friend was buying, I decided to give it a shot.
We arrived around 6pm and the restaurant was busy which is usually a good sign…
Read more: Mexican Food in Costa Rica – Eat at The Pink Taco
This article about the farmer’s market in Guadalupe in Costa Rica which is really more of a guide for tourists and newcomers to Costa Rica that I wrote because I have been getting several requests from foreigners to write about this topic.
Since I live a short bus ride away from the Farmer’s Market in Guadalupe, which is located it right behind the “Pilar Jiménez y Pavas school “, I thought I would write about my experience there.
As a proud pet owner in Costa Rica who loves his dog and wants the best care possible for him, I search high and low to find a good veterinarian in Costa Rica.
After several months of searching, I found a great one with Dr Bitter who has two locations which includes one in Escazu which was perfect for me as I live less then 1km away from his office.
I own a medium size dog that is a mix between a beagle and some other breed that I adopted from Animal Shelter Costa Rica a few months ago and I wanted to get him(spooky) checked out along with a flea bath.
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