Tamarindo is in the northern Pacific area of Costa Rica. There is a Baruca reservation, although I have never been to that region of the country. Sadly, there are only about 2,000 members of the tribe, and even sadder, the language is dying. There are only a handful people who are fluent in the native language, and a small number of younger tribal members who understand the language but generally to not speak it.
The loss of indigenous languages is a worldwide phenomena. I am woefully undereducated about foreign languages, like most Americans, but I understand that the loss of language carries with it a loss of culture, as some languages have unique ways of expressing cultural concepts, which is why we borrow some words and concepts from foreign languages.
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