Hey guys! Welcome back to my channel! This week, I move to a new province, Limon. This is the Caribbean side of Costa Rica. Basically, I got adjusted, moved with a new family, and started teaching a new group of students. Also, because this group of students were behind in the program, they had to come 4 days a week instead of 2 but this presented problems for some people. Enjoy the video and make sure to check out the next one! 🙂
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This video is Part 3 of a 5 part series on the Best Places to Live or Retire in Costa Rica.
Today, we’ll talk about and look at the Southern Border area of Costa Rica near Panama.
We’ll talk primarily about two towns with Italian roots, San Vito and Sabalito.
Both San Vito, Costa Rica, and Sabalito, Costa Rica are very small agricultural towns.
Very friendly, cool climate, great people and you’ll not have to worry about seeing lots of tourists or paying tourist prices.
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This area was our favorite area until we found the Rivas area which is located in Perez Zeledon.
However, I believe everyone coming to Costa Rica should try living in Sabalito, Costa Rica, or San Vito, Costa Rica to get the rich authentic Costa Rican experience.
Living around San Vito or Sabalito Costa Rica can be very affordable because it is a place where there is NOT much tourism and not a lot of Gringos.
The prices are usually the normal prices that Ticos pay. This makes living in the area, affordable and shopping is fairly easy because you are so close to the Panama border where you can get groceries, gas, and much more at almost half the price.
The area does NOT have a lot of ex-pats, however, a good number of ex-pats (Gringos) do live in the remote areas and you’ll find a fair amount near the Linda Vista area.
Living in this Southern area in San Vito or Sabalito …you feel like you are NOT in a tourist area but enjoying authentic Costa Rica.
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