Monday, September 24, 2012

Surfboard sign for Jazz's Creperie

I yesterday finished a series of photos on a walk along Langosta Beach, so today I thought I would begin a series of some photos of what you might see in a walk through Tamarindo town.  You are invited to join me.

Tamarindo is a beach town.  There are a lot of shops and restaurants that cater to people on vacation, primarily Americans, Canadians, and Europeans.   There are restaurants that offer gourmet dining, and there are places that offer what I would refer to as beach food.

This is s a sign for a Jazz's Creperie.  I guess it is a reflection of a beach town that a sign for a creperie would be painted on a surfboard, featuring what appears to be Betty Boop.  How French.

This week we have photos showing some of the colors of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, posted on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.

7 comments:

Cathy Hudspeth said...

I'm falling in love with Tamarindo through your photos! Would love to stop in to Jazz's for a crepe.

Judy said...

You never know where Betty is going to show up.

Memphis MOJO said...

Nice shot - looking forward to the rest.

Jack said...

It is a unique sign, but probably one that fits the lively beach town scene.

Bob Crowe said...

I'm drawing a blank on an association between Betty Boop and crepes. I don't remember seeing this place. I'll keep my eyes open on the next visit.

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Creperie, interesting ! Cute !

Kate said...

Beach towns certainly are fun to visit!

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