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Year in Review Our mostread stories of 2018

first_imgWe want them alive: Costa Rica’s reckoning On two coasts, communities mourn tourists deaths in Costa Rica Our chat with Epsy Campbell, Costa Rica’s vice president elect Cats march through streets, rats scared, milk supply runs low Costa Rica’s ongoing strike hits tourism industry hard Surfing in Costa Rica: Secrets from a local surfer Almost all of Costa Rica’s energy has come from renewable sources since 2014 Through adaptive surfing, disabled athletes conquer Costa Rica’s waves Fleeing violence, Nicaraguans seek safety in Costa Rica Meet Costa Rica’s 48th president, Carlos Alvarado Jaguars in danger: Building pathways for wild cats to protect a Costa Rican symbol Dreamlike, diverse and grappling with change: Our Santa Teresa deep dive Fleeing Nicaragua: The escape Almost all of Costa Rica’s energy has come from renewable sources since 2014 Heavy rains lead to mass floods in the Pacific How to love bees and save the world: Puerto Viejo couple teach the importance of bees Fleeing Nicaragua: The escape From elections to protests to immigration, 2018 was a newsworthy year in Costa Rica and the region.The Tico Times kept you informed throughout all of the year’s biggest news. Thank you for reading and supporting independent journalism in Costa Rica.Here are some of our most-read stories of the year:Carlos Alvarado: Novelist, musician and presidential candidate in Costa Rica Through adaptive surfing disabled athletes conquer Costa Rica’s wavescenter_img Former Costa Rican presidents and political figures come out in support of same-sex marriage Related posts:Introducing The Tico Times merchandise Taxi drivers to stage another demonstration against Uber Signature collection for animal welfare bill referendum set for July A thumb’s up for earthquake education and thrills in Cartago Surfing in Costa Rica: Secrets from a local surfer Costa Rica’s ongoing strike hits tourism industry hard Our chat with Epsy Campbell, Costa Rica’s vice president-elect Dreamlike, diverse and grappling with change, our Santa Teresa Deep Dive Off the eaten path: Pad Thai Jaguars in danger: Building pathways for wild cats to protect a Costa Rican symbol How to love bees and save the world: Puerto Viejo couple teach the importance of bees Former Costa Rican presidents and political figures come out in support of same sex marriage Off the eaten path: Pad Thai Cats march through streets, rats scared, milk supply runs low Heavy rains lead to mass floods in the Pacific Fleeing violence, Nicaraguans seek safety in Costa Rica On two coasts, communities mourn tourists’ deaths in Costa Rica Thank you for reading The Tico Times in 2018. We work hard to keep our reporting independent and groundbreaking, and we need your help. The Tico Times is partly funded by you and every little bit helps. Support the Tico Times  Facebook Comments We want them alive: Costa Rica’s reckoninglast_img read more