How Will You Handle The Costa Rica Noise? — 8 Comments

  1. Out where we live the noise isn’t the problem. It’s the light pollution. We moved out into the country so we could see the stars. And what do our neighbors do? They ask the city to install a giant street light right in their driveway next to their house! So there house is lit up all night long and they can’t even turn it off to sleep. I grew up in a house with a street light perpetually shining into my bedroom window. I can tell you, it affects your sleep and how. It’s like constant loud noise for your eyes.

    • Steve: yeah, when we moved here there were no street lights and the sky was super dark and tons of stars. When the street lights came, it was a mixed blessing: added security and fewer night animals, but no stars. But we don’t have to go far to find dark.

  2. Have you ever had a thought or idea of your own? Why do you even bother with this stupid blog when it’s just regurgitation of other people’s Facebook postings.

  3. As I was reading this, the cows across the street were mooing. Then I read the paragraph about the cows across your street. Too funny. There is good noise and bad noise. Cows good, alarms bad.

  4. CR sounds a lot like your old neighbors in BG…motorcycles, dogs barking, and kids yelling…lol. The airport now has several larger jets flying in to deliver parts to the corvette plant..a loud jet departing over your back yard @3:30 a.m. and waking you up out of dead sleep is a little frighting!

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