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    Have a home cooked meal in Liberia, Costa Rica

    If you could pack up and move anywhere in the world right now, where would it be and why? Liberia, Costa Rica. Zip lining all day everyday. Beautiful coast lines, street food, raw nature, and a life that is disconnected from a lot of white noise. That sounds absolutely wonderful. – Dave Nadkarni

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    Photo: Costa Rica Experts

    In the Guanacaste province of Costa Rica lies Liberia, an area known for its historic culture, beaches, and outdoor activities. Liberia maintains a 70 degree F temperature almost all year round, making it a top destination for tourists.

    We suggest you lie your head at El Mangroove near the beaches, go ziplining to work up an appetite, and then drive towards the city for dinner at La Mesa de Monique y Andre. Trust us, it’ll be worth it. La Mesa de Monique y Andre is one of Liberia’s most-recommended restaurants and it’s easy to understand why. Monique and Andre are not only the chefs of the restaurants, they own the home where the dinner takes place. Yes, that’s correct: La Mesa is a make shift restaurant in Monique and Andre’s own home. They cook up international food, and set an incredible seven-course dinner paired with infinite wines. Part of the attraction is an ever-evolving menu based on local ingredients, but the must-try—Andre’s special shrimp—is constant. This unique establishment serves only one party at a time, so a minimum of four is required. Make reservations at 506-8-811-4202.

    Address: 16 Malinche | Behind Hotel El Sitio, Liberia 16-5000

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