Cultura Afrodescendiente de Costa Rica

Aportes de la cultura afrodescendiente. Origen, comidas y musica son solo algunas cosas que influenciaron la cultura afrocaribeña.

Airports for Costa Rica. What airport do you fly into for Costa Rica?

When choosing the airport to fly into Costa Rica, you can pick between two main airports located in San Jose and Liberia. Subsequely you will find many hotels, rent a car companies and touristic attractions around this areas.

Before making your trip to Costa Rica you should look into the places you will like to visit, learn about the accesibility and make a plan on how to travel around the country. This is the reason we make maps! to make it easy for you to make a plan.

On this map you can find the location of both international airports and other domestic airports.

Costa Rica airport map

International Airports for Costa Rica.

Alajuela. Juan Santamaría International Airport.

Located in the heart of Costa Rica, you will land 12 miles from the city of San Jose. In addition, this can be a good option for those looking to explore the Central Valley. After that you can decide on whether you want to visit the Pacific of Caribean side. This airport also serves numerous domestic flights to other important destinations. . To find more information visit the official website of the Juan Santamaria Airport.

Liberia. Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport.

In the other hand you can fly into the Liberia airport located in the northern part of the country. Most importaly you will be closer to the beaches in Guanacaste. Consequently you will be able to be at the beach in no more than one hour, and after that travel through most beautiful beaches on the Pacific. To find more information visit the official website of the Daniel Oduber Quiros Airport.

Domestic Airports for Costa Rica.

If you plan to visit some remote areas and want to travel without the inconvinience of driving in Costa Rica, we recomend you take a plane trip to this locations. Costa Rica can be a dangerous contry to drive, not only because of the roads that sometimes are not well maintain, but also, because of the careless drivers. In contrast to driving you can be in a remote location in a few hours, whitout the traffic and preassure of getting lost.

Here is a list of some of the most popular domestic airports:

  • Arenal
  • Buenos Aires
  • Los Chiles
  • Drake Bay
  • Guapiles
  • Jaco
  • Manuel Antonio
  • Nosara
  • Palmar Sur
  • Perez Zeledon
  • Samara
  • San Vito
  • Sixaola
  • Tamarindo
  • Tortuguero

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How to say I’m sorry in Spanish: Lo siento, Perdón y Disculpe

There are many ways to learn to say I’m sorry in Spanish.

Lo siento. This means sorry, it can be used in situations when you are asking for forgiveness.

Perdon. You can say this when you are asking for forgiveness or when you feel at fault.

Disculpe: This is a way to excuse yourself in a very polite manner.

Situations in which you should use ¡disculpe!

  • If you ask a favor you say: ¡disculpe!
  • If you enter in a place of formality, in the sense of “asking permission to come in, you say: ¡disculpe!
  • If you want to get the attention of someone you say: ¡disculpa!
  • If you ask for the address of a place you may start by saying: ¡disculpa!

Situations in which you should use ¡perdón!

  • If you are to blame for something you say: ¡perdón!, For example if there is a problem in your family by your fault or a fight with your boyfriend or friend and it was your fault.
  • If you say something wrong you would later say: ¡perdón!
  • You can also use the word ¡perdón! when you have used the wrong word and what to excuse yourself.

Situations in which you should use ¡lo siento!

  • If you don’t want to say something, something like a secret or confidential information says ¡lo siento!
  • If you did something but it was not your intention you say: ¡lo siento!
  • To offer offer condolences: ¡lo siento!

Parts of the Body in Spanish. Partes del Cuerpo.

The parts of the body in Spanish. Aprende las partes del cuerpo en Ingles y Español.

Download the Free worksheets for teachers and parents of the body parts in English and Spanish. We also include bilingual pages for kids who are learning both languages at the same time.

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Beginner Guitar Chords

This printable will help you get familiar with the guitar chords for beginner. On this sheet you can also study the finger numbers, names of strings and Fret numbers. Here is a simple guide of how to read this chords.

Download this free printable Beginner guitar chords

How to read the Beginner Guitar Chords?

On top we find a thick black bar, this represents the guitar’s nut.

The boxes bellow represent the frets, the first fret is on the top, the second fret is below that and so on.

The vertical lines represent the strings, the first line on the left represents E, which is the thickest string closer to your head.

What are the numbers under the chord?

This numbers represent the fingers on the hand, these are numbered from one to four.

1 – Index Finger

2 – Middle Finger

3 – Ring Finger

4 – Pinky Finger

If you happen to see a “T”, this is telling you to your thumb to fret a particular chord.

What are the dots?

The black dots represent the finger you need to press down.

The white dots over the nut tell you to play that open string without pressing any fret.

What does the X mean?

This These X’s tell you that you should not play that string for the current chord

Find out how to learn to Read Guitar Chords in this post from Liberty Park Music

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