??005: Tommy Potterton, Kenya, 4 years
Move To Costa Rica Podcast
by Malcolm Hill
3M ago
Born in Kenya and raised on the beaches of Cornwall in the UK, 29-year-old Tommy Potterton made his way to Costa Rica 4 years ago to work as a surf coach for the prestigious Surf Simply. Join us for episode 5 as Tommy shares his decision to leave corporate life in London, his ‘soft introduction’ to Costa Rica along with his newfound passion for birdwatching. For more information and show notes, head to www.movetocostaricapodcast.com Surf with Malcolm https://www.surfpapagayo.com/ Support the show ..read more
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??014: Lani Wilson, Canada, 2 years
Move To Costa Rica Podcast
by Malcolm Hill
1y ago
In episode 14 we sit down with Canadian-born Lani Wilson. Lani chats with us about the challenges of opening a business in a foreign country, re-adjusting her definition of the word ‘punctual’ and the thrill of finding hidden beaches. For more information, head to https://www.movetocostaricapodcast.com/ Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/movetocostaricapodcast ..read more
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??007: Angela Pozuelo, USA, 4 years
Move To Costa Rica Podcast
by Malcolm Hill
1y ago
In episode 7 we sit down with Angela Pozuelo, a 26-year old born in Oklahoma USA. Hear about Angela’s upbringing in a military family, her experience giving birth in a Costa Rican public hospital, and access to fresh vs processed food. For more info and to subscribe to our mailing list, head to https://www.movetocostaricapodcast.com/ Surf with Malcolm https://www.surfpapagayo.com/ Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/movetocostaricapodcast ..read more
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??015: Mariano Fernandez, Argentina, 7 years
Move To Costa Rica Podcast
by Malcolm Hill
1y ago
In episode 15 we hear from Mariano Fernandez, a 36-year-old chef born in Argentina. Mariano tells us about his experience cooking with local Costa Rican produce, the joys of seeing rain at the end of each dry season and the wide range of recreational activities that he experiences in his day to day life. For more info, visit https://www.movetocostaricapodcast.com/ Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/movetocostaricapodcast ..read more
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Introduction to the Move To Costa Rica Podcast - Malcolm Hill
Move To Costa Rica Podcast
by Malcolm Hill
1y ago
www.movetocostaricapodcast.com G’day friends and welcome to the Move to Costa Rica Podcast. My name is Malcolm Hill and I will be your host.  In 2016, my wife Anisa and I made our way from Australia to Costa Rica to work as surf instructors. Since then, we have adopted one street dog, had two sons and met hundreds of other foreigners who call this place home.  We created this podcast to share the stories of people who have left their home country and moved to Costa Rica - people just like us. Each episode features a new guest speaker who gives us an insight into what their life was ..read more
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??026: Tresha Faye Haefner, USA, 2 years
Move To Costa Rica Podcast
by Malcolm Hill
1y ago
In episode 26 we chat to Tresha Faye Haefner, a 36-year-old from California. Tresha talks about her decision to leave Los Angeles, what she learned after moving to a country she had never visited as well as the process of importing two cats to Costa Rica. For more information, visit https://www.movetocostaricapodcast.com/ Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/movetocostaricapodcast ..read more
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??027: Terry Carlile, USA, 2 years
Move To Costa Rica Podcast
by Malcolm Hill
1y ago
In episode 27 we sit down with Texan Terry Carlile. 59-year-old Terry chats about the opportunities which brought him and his wife to Costa Rica, why driving is less stressful here than in the states and why moving to paradise doesn’t solve your problems. For more information head to https://www.movetocostaricapodcast.com Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/movetocostaricapodcast ..read more
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??013: Christian Boos, Venezuela, 15 years
Move To Costa Rica Podcast
by Malcolm Hill
1y ago
In episode 13 we hear from Christian Boos, a Venezuelan waterman and all around good bloke. Christian shares with us how he came to Costa Rica on the flip of a coin, his interaction with a laidback immigration official and why Ticos (Costa Ricans) are the happiest people in the world. For more information, head to https://www.movetocostaricapodcast.com Surf with Malcolm https://www.surfpapagayo.com/ Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/movetocostaricapodcast ..read more
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??011: Brian Carness, USA, 2 years
Move To Costa Rica Podcast
by Malcolm Hill
1y ago
In episode 11 we hear from Brian Carness, a 42-year-old born in Los Angeles. Brian chats with us about the discipline of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, his passion for fishing and how it feels to win back hours previously lost sitting on the 405. For more info, head to www.movetocostaricapodcast.com Surf with Malcolm https://www.surfpapagayo.com/ Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/movetocostaricapodcast ..read more
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??023: Christopher Reidy, USA, 5 years
Move To Costa Rica Podcast
by Malcolm Hill
1y ago
In episode 23 we talk to Chicago native Christopher Reidy. 31-year-old Chris describes the culture shock he experienced when first arriving in Costa Rica, what it’s like to live at altitude, and the process of setting up his language school, TicoLingo. For more information, visit https://www.movetocostaricapodcast.com Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/movetocostaricapodcast ..read more
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