Mel Gibson is musing over the idea of turning his favourite holiday destination into a permanent home after confessing he could quit Hollywood for Costa Rica. The actor/director, who made APOCALYPTO in Latin America and is reportedly making back-to-back films in Panama, admits he is interested in becoming a homeowner in Costa Rica. He says, "I thought about it. Maybe I'll just come down here sometimes and spend my holidays." Gibson has been enjoying a working holiday in Costa Rica, while scouting out new movie locations for his upcoming epic, a biopic of Spanish explorer VASCO NUNEZ DE BALBOA.