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I skipped a majority of the tourist areas after a disappointing time in Puerto Viejo.
I did hear some great things about Tamarindo, which is a beach town on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica with good surf and nightlife, but I didn’t check it out. Costa Rica is great for nature, good for beaches, and can be a lot of fun - but it isn’t good for a budget traveler looking to bang a number of hot chicks. The country has been ambushed with gringos for the past thirty years.
One thing I've noticed about girls like Vanessa here, who are in their 30s, is that they have a different view of what the whole dating/mating scene is about.
They no longer have the Cinderella Syndrome that some of their younger sisters still possess.
In her dating profile over at Amolatina Vanessa lists her profession as "Model" - I'm not sure exactly what kind of model she is but you may be able to get a clue by looking at her photo gallery.
Unfortunately, the majority of her images are private, which means you will have to write her a letter if you want to see them.
Not that they've lost their romantic streak but they've taken off the "happily ever after" goggles and begin to see life in a bit more realistic light.
So if you are a single retiree tired of the life in wherever country you are, consider giving Costa Rica a chance.
Online dating in Costa Rica has become quite popular in very much the same way as it has in Panama.
I went to Costa Rica in college on a trip to explore the ecotourism side of the country and was fortunate enough to interact with many Costa Ricans.
The only thing cheaper in Costa Rica was monthly rentals in the capital, San Jose.
Truly, I didn’t really see any benefit in being in Costa Rica over Panama.