Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Langosta Beach Club Entrance & French Ex-Pats

Yesterday I showed the exterior of the building at the front of the Langosta Beach Club. If you want to come inside, here is the entrance. The forested site allows the use of glass without too much of a greenhouse effect, and the glass has a clean and modern look.

When I walked in, I was greeted by a very friendly staff person, a young French woman. I asked her where she is from, and she replied Toulouse. I commented that the young woman at the activity shop in the center of Tamarindo is also from Toulouse, and it turns out that they are friends who came here together.

The young woman who handles reservations for the property management company that manages out two condos is also French, as is the interior decorator who furnished our two condos and the professional photographer who did the interior photos of our condos for the websites where we list them for rental. No, I don't know why there are so many young French residents of Tamarindo, but all I have met are delightful and doing well.

Tomorrow, let's go inside the Langosta Beach Club.

Please check out photos of Easter Island on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.

7 comments:

Kate said...

I'd be more than happy to follow your friendly French ex-pat into the interior of this place.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

what a nice place. so inviting.

Sharon said...

Beautiful and very tropical!
Dave, about your comment on my sister's site. Frog Rock has become a landmark in the Yarnell area. So much so, that post cards and Christmas ornaments are sold.

glenda said...

Very inviting. Would love to go inside!

Jack said...

I like it. Lead on, Dave. I'm right behind.

Rob and Mandy said...

Oh, that's where they're all gone... Good choice of place to go!

arrielle_p said...

I can't imagine a cozier place! So warm and inviting!
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