As mentioned in the New York Times recent article, Costa Rica is the happiest nation in the world.
“You think it’s a coincidence? Costa Rica is one of the very few countries to have abolished its army, and it’s also arguably the happiest nation on earth.” as Nicholas D. Kristof, a columnist for The Times since 2001, is a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner mentioned in his article.
For example the Dutch sociologist on the basis of answers to surveys by Gallup and others, lists Costa Rica in the top spot out of 148 nations. Another approach is the “happy planet index” devised by the New Economics Foundation, a liberal think tank. This combines happiness and longevity but adjusts for environmental impact — such as the carbon that countries spew.
From the staff at Hotel Hacienda Guachipelin we want to extend a warm invitation to visit Rincon de la Vieja National Park in Guanacaste, Costa Rica. There are direct flights from US and Canada, as well as Europe. We want you to experience Costa Rica and why we are the Pura Vida country.
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Simon Romero, from the New York times wrote about Hacienda Guachipelin. Land of Sabaneros is the article.
“I, too, was on a horse, touring Hacienda Guachipelín, a 4,300-acre ranch in northwest Costa Rica. Around me in the pasture were dozens of Andalusian horses.
Our three-day stay last August at Guachipelín, near the foot of Rincon de la Vieja, an active volcano that erupted several times in the 1990′s, was the most rewarding part of the trip.
We then began a three-hour hike to Las Pailas, a site of bubbling mud baths. Our horses waited for us at a hitching post near the park’s entrance. During the hike Juan José spotted a variety of animals and birds, including toucans, an anteater and a group of white-faced monkeys.”
To read the full article follow the link http://www.nytimes.com/2002/02/17/travel/land-of-the-sabaneros.html?sec=&pagewanted=1
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