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When we arrived into San Jose there was a small plane waiting to take us to the Nicoya peninsula. This area of the world happens to be classified as one of the world’s Blue Zones.

People in this area tend to live over 100 years & fill each day with purpose, family, friends & healthy meals.

The “pura vida” way of life was revealed as soon as our guide picked us up from the landing strip in Tambor. He radiated passion for his country as he drove us another hour to our lodge located in Santa Teresa.

As we arrived

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