Living La Vida Loca in Costa Rica by Monger Publications

Living La Vida Loca in Costa Rica by Monger Publications
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Living La Vida Loca in Costa Rica by Monger Publications

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“What man hasn't had the dream of kicking back in some foreign country where the beer is cold, the weather is warm and the girls are smokin' hot and readily available? I had certainly spent plenty of time daydreaming about just this and during the week I had been in Costa Rica the dream had become a reality. I had been living my dream. Living “La Vida Loca”....the wild life that I had thought was over for me.”(From the introduction)


As you read “Living La Vida Loca” you will see through the eyes of an experienced expatriate a side of Costa Rica that is mostly unknown to the average “ecotourist”. A world of fast living, gambling, drugs, prostitution and easy sex. A world full of women trying to get by the best way they can; often by offering their services as escorts to any guy with a pocketful of green dollars to spend. An exciting and sometimes rather sad world in which those who have, the “sex tourists”, come to buy that which they cannot find...or cannot afford in their own countries.

But, this book is not an exposé of the play-for-pay scene in San José. It’s really the very personal narrative of Chuck Green’s journey through this world in search of a direction in his own life. His attempt to recapture the excitement and exhilaration of the “hunt”, of the “game” and to experience one more time, perhaps for the last time, the challenge of starting over again in a new country.

Although not intended to be a travel guide, nor a comprehensive guide to “retirement”, this book offers loads of valuable information for the adventurous male tourist and for any single man who may be considering relocation to Costa Rica or some other Central American country.