You know you’ve settled into Guanacaste, Costa Rica when:
Your address is at least three sentences long.
You have no problem sleeping through 20 neighborhood dogs barking and a few roosters crowing all night long.
You’ve been robbed at least once.
A five-minute drive is considered a really long way.
You say “mae,” “regalame” and “por fa” a lot.
You think golf carts are totally safe driving down major roads as long as they have a license plate.
The vocabulary words “winter” and “summer” have been replaced with “rainy” and “dry.”
When you take a trip home, you have absolutely nothing to wear.
You truly believe that everything can be done “mañana.”
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