16 Years Living in Costa Rica – Now She is Single 🧘‍♂️ Kinga From Poland 🇵🇱 Expat Interviews

16 Years Living in Costa Rica – Now She is Single 🧘‍♂️ Kinga From Poland 🇵🇱 Expat Interviews

#livinginCostaRica #CostaRicalife #expatinterviews ’16 Years Living in Costa Rica – Now She is Single 🧘‍♂️ Kinga From Poland 🇵🇱 Expat Interviews’ We met Kinga and Dan (now her ex-husband) about 16 years ago. They made their move to Costa Rica a few months before DAngleo and I did (michael alan). They had (still do) a nice property about 25 minutes outside of La Fortuna. 10 acres with a main house, 2 cabinas and a cool silo like bedroom. So needless to say, Kinga and Dan have lived here 16 years as well. I made expat interview videos with both of them back in 2009. I have been trying to catch up with Kinga to do a follow up video with her… and finally we obviously have 😉 Basically this video is just 2 friends chatting. So get a big cup of coffee and enjoy the conversation.

12:00 At the 12 minute mark she talks about her current employer and what they do. They asked that it be taken out… So, at the 12 minute mark music interrupts for a minute.

Back in 2009 was when Travel Costa Rica NOW first chatted with Kinga- This is Part 1: https://youtu.be/ND8y6C95fns Part 2: https://youtu.be/g3jp6gsEy6E

What to CONTACT Kinga? She can be reached here- Kingabaloba@gmail.com

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  1. I’ve retired and have lived in Costa Rica for six months. This is the best, fact filled video I’ve seen on moving to Costa Rica. I live in San Pedro, which has a great climate and has city conveniences. A neighborhood near where I live is Escalante. Try searching Google for: Escalante Costa Rica restaurants. In my experience, coming from San Francisco, housing is much less expensive and restaurants cost about the same. Farmers markets are great. To obtain residency I’d suggest contacting Outlier Legal Services here about three months before you arrive. I had no luck learning Spanish until I actually wanted to and was motivated, and then found a good, free app called DuoLingo that helped me learn the Spanish used for common situations. It’s pretty nice in Costa Rica.

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    Ruvol is played somewhat like chess. It is played by two players. It uses a board that is rectangular in shape but contains more number of squares than chess. It has equal number of pieces on each side of the board, where each type of pieces moves in distinct ways. However, if the way to win chess is to checkmate the opponent’s king, the way to win Ruvol is to be able to cross a designated line.


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  3. Simple question been all through Costa Rica is way off the track but I love it I want to be on the Pacific should I go through six months to a year and Nicaragua because of the money factor that I live on an LG it safe

  4. Not sure why, today more than ever, It bothers me when people say cost-a-rica and not coast-a-rica. It’s always a long o in Spanish, never a short o. So, have a good day and study your Spanish vowels.

  5. Great information and video but you’re not really getting to the core because I am moving and when you commit to move its on new percent or nothing I’m more or less went through all of Costa Rica and I feel port a menace is the place for me not for 2 minutes exactly going down to motto Paolo where backwash and can you see on the GoPro Bae is that where you know it’s very same thing the waves aren’t that good but it’s easy to paddle out what are your thoughts on comparison safety-wise between Nicaragua and Costa Rica

  6. Which countries have you lived in so far?
    What are the bad points of those countries?
    Thanks for the videos.
    You may want to read Sidewalks in the Jungle by Alfred Stites, very insightful for most of Latin America and Costa Rica in particular. Free to read if you have a Kindle Unlimited subscription.

  7. WHY!!! do every single on of these video’s have nothing but someone talking?? my god these people are in love with themselves

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