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Sean Barret
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The Three “C” OF SUSTAINABLE SEAFOOD

A couple of years ago I found myself in a lively and invigorating conversation about sustainable seafood with two old friends as we were seated around a square wooden table covered with clam shells in the basement of Grand Central Station in New York City. It was springtime and we were having dinner at The

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Are Executives of Oil & Drilling Companies Welcome
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Are Executives of Oil & Drilling Companies Welcome at our Hotels?

ASomebody recently suggested that we should do background checks on our guests to make sure that they are aligned with our values in terms of environmental conservation and community development.  It’s an interesting thought, that’s for sure, and one that’s probably crossed the minds of many companies that have an environmental focus. One of those

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Cayuga Collection - an Elevator Pitch
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What is the Cayuga Collection? An Elevator Pitch.

We are an award-winning Collection of Sustainable Luxury Hotels & Lodges in Costa Rica, Panama and Nicaragua.  We are recognized as World Leaders in our field and have set the benchmark for sustainable tourism for almost 20 years.  Our guests, staff and hotel owners are raving fans of The Cayuga Way, our signature style of

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What makes Latitude 10° Resort different from the rest?
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What makes Latitude 10° Resort different from the rest?

Latitude 10° isn’t your typical Santa Teresa resort.  In fact, it didn’t even start as a hotel.  True to its origins as a private summer house, Latitude 10° still maintains its friendly “home away from home” vibe. For one, it’s gloriously Front Desk-free and what’s more, check in is far more of a “welcome to

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Homemade Ketchup
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Culinary sustainability at Cayuga – what’s new?

At all Cayuga Collection Hotels and Lodges, we have always had a strong focus on using the freshest local ingredients in our kitchens. Our recipes are locally inspired and prepared by chefs from Costa Rica, Nicaragua or Panama (depending on the location of the hotel). You won’t find imported proteins such as salmon from the

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