A Look at Life in San Jose, Costa Rica – International Living
I have a pretty standard morning routine. I’m awakened very early by roosters but stay in bed for a while as the sunrise filters into the bedroom. I start the coffee, open the sliding doors, step out to my deck, and look down into the valley below. I usually see hummingbirds buzzing around my flowers, sometimes a blue-crowned mot-mot. Some mornings one of my neighbors, a farmer, has been up even earlier to let his cow and oxen graze in the vacant lot next door. I’m not out in the country or living on a farm. I’m in the middle of the largest urban area in Costa Rica, the capital, San Jose, founded in 1738.
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