Habitar • Documentary, 16-Apr-2015
In the heart of Costa Rica, paradise exists: the Lapa Rios.
Two Americans head this adventure that started in the 1990s: Karen Lewis and her husband left the US and invested all of their savings in a single dream: building 17 bungalows in complete harmony with their surroundings while respecting traditions and working together with the locals.
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