The house is located just four blocks away from the church and central park in Liberia. Liberia is a fast-growing town located on the west of Costa Rica. The beaches are 20 minutes away by car and you can also enjoy the mountain, also 20 minutes away. Liberia is a very touristic place, offering you all the commodities of the 21st century. We have two festivals every year, one in February and the other one in July. You can stay here and enjoy the culture and nature of this beautiful country.
I am single, so I live by myself. The house is too big for me, but I like it this way. I have a roommate, an American guy who teaches at a private, American school. He's happy with the house and I think that says a lot of the house itself, considering the American standards. Ah, the house has wi-fi connection and cable TV!!
The neighbourhood is pretty safe, if you use the common sense all the time. The house is actually very secure and comfortable. You can use it to relax in town, or to plan one day trips around the city, like going hiking to the volcanoes, going to the beach, doing white water rafting in the rivers, whatever you feel like doing.
The house is located four blocks away from the Central Park in Liberia, Guanacaste. The bus stop to the beaches and other locations of interest is just 5 blocks away from the house. The house is surrounded by houses everywhere and the families have lived here almost forever, therefore they know everyone around and they know when a stranger is wandering, so it's a safe neighborhood because everyone is taking care of everyone. You can also walk to every place you want to. There are 4 or 5 supermarkets within 5 blocks from the house. There is a meat market a block and a half away.
Everything you need you can find in just about 5 minutes walking!
I am single and I live in a big, three-bedroom house right downtown Liberia. But I like, because everyone in my family can stop by whenever they feel like it and pay me a visit. I have an American roommate, he's from Boston, and he's gonna be living in the house until mid-December 2009.
I work at home as a tutor. I teach Spanish as a second language to volunteers in Liberia. I'm also an English teacher. I work in an elementary school, but right now I'm on a leave of absensce. Because of my work, I'm used to dealing and knowing about different cultures. I like learning new things, so I'm very interesting in knowing new people from new places every day.
I love reading, which is why I have a bookshelf full of good books in both languages (Spanish and English).