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JNR Spotlight: Complimentary Wi-Fi in Hotels

JNR Spotlight: Complimentary Wi-Fi in Hotels

Is it a struggle for you to go an entire day without glancing at your social media accounts or checking your emails? You are definitely not alone.  Today, Americans rely on the internet multiple times a day and are constantly updating social websites like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Wireless Internet has become a crucial part […]

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The Virgin Islands: Which Island Suits You?

The Virgin Islands: Which Island Suits You?

The Virgin Islands are located in the heart of the Caribbean. People from all over the world travel here for their superb beaches and breathtaking ocean views. Passports are not required for Americans to reach this scenic destination, although it is recommended for easier travel. There are three main islands in the U.S. Virgin Islands, […]

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Costa Rican Spotlight: Five of the Best Beaches in Costa Rica

Costa Rican Spotlight: Five of the Best Beaches in Costa Rica

While there are many aspects that draw tourists to Costa Rica including the wildlife and culture, the pristine beaches are the main draw for a lot of tourists. Some love the buzz of a popular beach and all the fun activities that come with it, while others search for their isolated piece of beach heaven. […]

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Incentive Travel Spotlight: The Allure of a Pura Vida Incentive

Incentive Travel Spotlight: The Allure of a Pura Vida Incentive

What is it about the glamour that seems to be built into the words ‘Costa Rica’?  This country nestled at the base of Central America between Nicaragua and Panama, bordered by both the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, elicits feelings of mystery and exclusivity to most travellers on an Incentive Travel escape.  For the […]

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Costa Rican Travel Spotlight:  Dia Nacional del Boyero

Costa Rican Travel Spotlight: Dia Nacional del Boyero

Just over a week ago in the upscale suburb of San Jose’, Escazu’, Costa Ricans celebrated the 32nd annual Dia de los Boyeros, or the Day of the Oxcart Driver.   Brightly painted oxcarts used to be the primary mode of transportation for pulling crops from farm to market.  These carts were also seen regularly hauling […]

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