Puerto Viejo was represented in Limón’s Carnival with the beautiful float “La Perla del Caribe,” accompanied by Sixola’s Los Independientes marching band. The Cámara de Turismo y Comercio del Caribe Sur and Koki Beach restaurant orchestrated all the details of the Southern Caribbean’s participation.

Part 1

Photos by Crush Boone

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Puerto Viejo was represented in Limón’s Carnival with the beautiful float “La Perla del Caribe,” accompanied by Sixola’s Los Independientes marching band. The Cámara de Turismo y Comercio del Caribe Sur and Koki Beach restaurant orchestrated all the details of the Southern Caribbean’s participation.

Part 2

Photos by Crush Boone

TicoTimes


Puerto Viejo was represented in Limón’s Carnival with the beautiful float “La Perla del Caribe,” accompanied by Sixola’s Los Independientes marching band. The Cámara de Turismo y Comercio del Caribe Sur and Koki Beach restaurant orchestrated all the details of the Southern Caribbean’s participation.

Part 3

Photos by Crush Boone

TicoTimes


Stiefel Pub is San José’s newest hipster beer joint, serving up craft brews from all over Costa Rica. Photos by Crush Boone/Tico Times


Artisan from Puerto Viejo, in the Caribbean province of Limón, carves boats out of driftwood beach side.
Photo by Crush Boone/Tico Times

Artisan from Puerto Viejo, in the Caribbean province of Limón, carves boats out of driftwood beach side.

Photo by Crush Boone/Tico Times


Jugglers like Bruno make their living doing what they love in the streets of San José. Photo by Crush Boone/Tico Times

Jugglers like Bruno make their living doing what they love in the streets of San José. Photo by Crush Boone/Tico Times


Today Costa Rica celebrates good coffee by honoring National Coffee Day. Salud! Photo by Alberto Font/Tico Times

Today Costa Rica celebrates good coffee by honoring National Coffee Day. Salud! Photo by Alberto Font/Tico Times


Morphos eating Mango and Papaya at the National Museum’s butterfly house in San José.
Photo by Alberto Font/Tico Times

Morphos eating Mango and Papaya at the National Museum’s butterfly house in San José.

Photo by Alberto Font/Tico Times


Costa Rica is going to the World Cup, Brazil 2014!!! Photo by Alberto Font/TicoTimes

Costa Rica is going to the World Cup, Brazil 2014!!! Photo by Alberto Font/TicoTimes


A 40-foot-tall sculpture composed of bottles hovers above pedestrians in the shopping district along Avenida Central in downtown San José on Monday morning. Francesco Bracci made the sculpture at the request of environmental group Preserve Planet. Bracci and Preserve Planet hope to persuade Costa Rica to abandon plastic bottles in favor of reusable glass. Photo by Alberto Font/Tico Times

A 40-foot-tall sculpture composed of bottles hovers above pedestrians in the shopping district along Avenida Central in downtown San José on Monday morning. Francesco Bracci made the sculpture at the request of environmental group Preserve Planet. Bracci and Preserve Planet hope to persuade Costa Rica to abandon plastic bottles in favor of reusable glass. Photo by Alberto Font/Tico Times


Artist Manuel Munguía poses beside his “La Ultima Gatuna” at the Costa Rica Country Club in Escazú on Thursday. Photo by Alberto Font/Tico Times

Artist Manuel Munguía poses beside his “La Ultima Gatuna” at the Costa Rica Country Club in Escazú on Thursday. Photo by Alberto Font/Tico Times


A statue of Costa Rican ex-president Julio Acosta, located at the Parque Morazán, in downtown San José. Acosta was president of Costa Rica from 1920 to 1924. Photo by Alberto Font/Tico Times

A statue of Costa Rican ex-president Julio Acosta, located at the Parque Morazán, in downtown San José. Acosta was president of Costa Rica from 1920 to 1924. Photo by Alberto Font/Tico Times