#LivinginCostaRica #CostaRicaLife #expatsinCostaRica ‘Leaving Costa Rica After 2 1/2 Years – Why? More Expats, Gringos Leave Costa Rica than Stay’. Jason and Toosdai have been living the Costa Rica life for about 2 1/2 years. But now they are planning on leaving Costa Rica and go back to the United States- PERMANENTLY. They are not coming back. So, why are they leaving Costa Rica? Is Costa Rica too expensive? Was it the little everyday annoyances? A combination of things?

Nov. 8th 2019 Costa Rica Newbies First Six Months MUST SEE They’ve Only Lived in Costa Rica for 6 Months Toosdai and Jason have been living in Costa Rica for 6 months. We discuss their thoughts on- Residency in Costa Rica. Banking in Costa Rica. Internet in Costa Rica. Working in Costa Rica. Drivers license in Costa Rica, transportation in Costa Rica and much much more. Find out how they are dealing with these issues. This is a great video to get another couples perspecitive on life in Costa Rica.

Nov. 22 2019 Costa Rica – Newbies Living in Costa Rica PART 2
Jason & Toosdai have only lived in Costa Rica for 6 months. Why did they decide to move to Costa Rica? Did the buy a house in Costa Rica or rent? What are the advantages to living in Costa Rica? What are the disadvantages to living in Costa Rica? What was the hardest thing to get used to in Costa Rica? Do they plan to stay in Costa Rica? I sit down with Jason and Toosdai and find out why they made the move to Costa Rica and what it’s been like living in Costa Rica for the last 6 months.

July 17 2020 Living in Costa Rica 🇨🇷- Our Life 🌴in Costa Rica 1-Year🥂 Anniversary Move Retire Expat
From La Fortuna Costa Rica- Jason and Toosdai are BACK!
‘Living in Costa Rica- Our Life in Costa Rica 1-Year Anniversary Live, Move, Retire’
Thinking about moving to Costa Rica? Do you want to live in Costa Rica and experience the ‘pura vida’ lifestyle in Costa RIca? Retire in Costa Rica? Do you wonder how other expats from the United States, Canada and Europe live in Costa Rica? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, you need to do your homework/research before making the move to Costa Rica. Check out this video, ‘Living in Costa Rica- Our Life in Costa Rica 1-Year Anniversary Live, Move, Retire’ and get a glimpse of how Jason and Toosdai live their ‘pura vida’ life in Costa Rica. We talked to Jason and Toosday when they were ‘newbies’ to Costa Rica, so you can check out those 2 expat interview with them as well if you missed them.

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Living abroad is an adventure, whether it’s in Costa Rica or not. Living overseas can be either a good or bad experience. Expats live all over Costa Rica but the Central Valley is very popular with expat communities. Costa Rica is very accepting of other people, so being in a interracial marriage is really not an issue. Jason and Toosdai have done 4 expat interviews with michael alan of Travel Costa Rica NOW. Those videos are popular and Jason and Toosdai are well liked by the viewers. Why are they leaving Costa Rica?

I Hope you ENjoYed this video, ‘Leaving Costa Rica After 2 1/2 Years – WHY? FACT- More People Leave than Stay MUST SEE!’… and if you are thinking about living Costa Rica life, than please do your research and homework first. And START with Travel Costa Rica NOW videos. Pura Vida.

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