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This blog is not about a girl you pick up in the infamous Del Rey or surrounding nightclubs or a “Maripepino” (male stripper) you might pick up in a strip club either, but a god fearing, well educated person who doesn’t work in the sex-trade. The biggest thing about marrying a Tica o a Tico are the culture differences, unless you’re Costa Rican yourself. When you start dating or marry a Costa Rican, you will get hit by all kinds of culture bumps that are life changing facts that might give you some culture shock:1. No sex while dating and before your marriage, even though this is changing fast but if you meet one of the real religious one’s, you’re up for a dry spell.2. If you have any drinking or poker buddies, kiss ‘em goodbye as soon as you get into a serious relationship, jealousy will not allow for anything but your lover’s attention.3. Jealousy is going to be a very important part of your future marriage.
For some reason women who move to Costa Rica are less capable to run away with a handsome Costa Rican stud, but they do, believe me.
Sex, drugs and rock ‘n roll is for another blog though and today’s is not about running away with one, it’s about 10 life changing facts when you marry a Costa Rican.
The Government of Costa Rica implemented its TICA system which requires a seal to be randomly installed on products to monitor their delivery from the port to the purchaser. In regard to documentation, Costa Rica only requires commercial invoices, bills of lading, and airway bills for the entry of goods. Bulk agricultural products require phytosanitary certificates. Imports of cosmetics, pharmaceutical, vitamin supplements, medical devices, chemicals, toxic substances, insecticides, pesticides, and agricultural chemicals require an import permit from the Costa Rican Ministry of Health.
The permit can be obtained upon presentation of quantitative-qualitative analysis certificates, good manufacturing practices and free-sale certificates, which must be provided by the foreign exporter.