Friday, November 6, 2009

A village boy ready to help with serving lunch

We had lunch in a little village after our wildlife boat trip in Palo Verde National Park. The grandchild of the family that operated the boat tour and a village restaurant was on hand and curious about our lunch. He looks like he is ready to help set the table.

The best way to do a wildlife boat cruise in Palo Verde National Park is to make arrangements with a tour operator in Tamarindo and to have them take you. They will make arrangements with a boat operator and a little family run place in a village afterwards for lunch. The road to the boat landings in Palo Verde National Park is a country road that has many turnoffs as it goes past farms, villages and through the woods and jungle. It would be virtually impossible to find the boat landings in the river without a local guide.

5 comments:

brattcat said...

Such an expressive face and I love the quiet cooking going on in the open air behind him.

Leif Hagen said...

He's a cute waiter! I hope you gave him a big tip!

Sharon said...

What a cute little guy. He does look ready to lend a hand.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

he is so cute with such a great expression. the people of Costa Rica are so lovely.

Jarart said...

Adorable! I love his outfit.

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