"Pura Vida", used by Costa Ricans, literally translated means "Pure Life." Contextually, it means "Full of Life" "Purified life", "This is living!", "Going great!" It is used as a greeting, a farewell, and to express satisfaction....Costa Ricans use the phrase to express a philosophy of strong community, perseverance, good spirits, enjoying life slowly, celebrating good fortune, whether small or large. (Wikipedia)
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Never thought we'd make a rap video, but we had to pull out all the stops for Martin's birthday present
Pura Vida anchored in the beautiful waters off of the island of Euakafa in the Vava'u Group of Tonga.
Standing at the edge of an active volcano's crater on the island of Tanna in Vanuatu was an experience of a lifetime