We received one of the proposals earlier this week and the other one just came in today. We’ll take a few days to look them over and think about it but on first glance, they both look pretty similar.
The final obligation on this trip was a short meeting today with our attorney in San Jose. We needed to deliver the original documents from the purchase of the land and he had drawn up wills for us that we needed to sign. It all went pretty quickly and then we were off to shopping and dinner. Continue reading
We are back in Costa Rica. This time we brought Ted’s brother Joe and sister-in-law Linda along. We took them on a tour up to Arenal Volcano before driving out to stay with Rob and Tim in Manuel Antonio for a few days. I think I can safely say that so far their first impressions are quite similar to ours on our first trip. They love Costa Rica.
This is our first visit since we closed the deal on the land so Ted got his first look at it just a few days ago… and he Continue reading
Funny thing. When we first began entertaining the idea of living in Costa Rica, we talked about simply purchasing a lot and holding on to it till we were ready to retire and THEN we would build a house on it. Now that we have the lot, we’ve come to a different realization. Continue reading