Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Sushi at the Cala Luna

Sushi is not what I would have expected to eat in a Costa Rican beach town, but there are several restaurants in Tamarindo that serve sushi, including the Cala Luna Resort.
One of the things that is nice about Costa Rica is that Americans and Canadians can eat the food and drink the water, even the tap water, without problems.

There are very few countries that are considered the developing world where I would eat sushi. In Tamarindo, I eat the full range of food that I would eat back in the USA.

Probably the sickest that my wife has ever been was after she ate a shrimp and avacado salad at a roadside cafe in a remote area, with no town around several hours south of Lima, Peru. She fortunately she recovered just in time for our departure to go into a remote area of the Amazon, as we did not want to go into a remote area while she was very ill.

This week we are showing photos of the children and animals of Tanzania on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.

6 comments:

Kate said...

I am pleased that I have seen as much of the world as I have, but I would be ecstatic if I had gone to all the places where you two have been. Is it all pleasure or is business combined?

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Kate,
Our travel in foreign countries is for pleasure, although we often work while we are away, thanks to the ability to work via computer and phone while we are away.

In the U.S., we will often add a weekend at the end of business trips to combine some travel with work.

Leif Hagen said...

Konnichiwa! Sushi wa oishi desu ne! Sayonara

brattcat said...

I'll try to remember this advice.

Rob and Mandy said...

Oh, I remember a salad in Lebanon's best and poshest restaurant, in the mountains above beirut, going down to the Beka'a valley. Out for a week, lost 11 kilos. Spent over 3 years in India: barely any problem, even with street food

Sharon said...

Yum...this looks so good.

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