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Halfway up a mountain in northern Nicaragua, between the steep streets of Matagalpa and the deep valley of Jinotega, lies a 1,500-acre organic coffee farm called Selva Negra. It’s a place where the trees hang heavy with giant lemons, papayas, and passion fruit. Roosters crow, hawks ride the breeze over the hills, hummingbirds flit, and [&hellip

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Carbon Negative Coffee in Nicaragua



Point and beach breaks, lefts and rights, reefs and river mouths, warm water and year-round waves make Costa Rica a favorite surfing destination. For the most part, the Pacific coast has bigger swells and better waves during the latter part of the rainy season, but the Caribbean cooks from November to May. Basically, there is [&hellip

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Costa Rica’s best surf breaks


Colorful and utterly Caribbean, this town of clapboard houses was built by the United Fruit Company in the early 20th century. Today, Bocas is a relaxed community of West Indians, Latinos and resident gringos, with a friendly atmosphere that easily rubs off on visitors. In fact, travelers to this island town have a reputation for [&hellip

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Bocas del Toro


The International Court of Justice (ICJ) at The Hague confirm that it recognizes the sovereignty of Costa Rica over the Isla Calero, the swamp land located in the north east part of the country. “The sovereignty over the disputed territory belongs to Costa Rica (…). The right bank of the channel artificially opened in 2010 is not part of the border between Costa [&hellip

The International Court of Justice Recognizes Costa Rica’s Sovereignty ...