Thursday, September 27, 2012
Tamarindo street scene
This photo is a companion to yesterday's photo because together they show the two major intersections in town. In the background of this photo is the intersection where off to the right the road heads towards Langosta, and to the left the street continues up past a few small hotels and restaurants.
Even though Tamarindo is Costa Rica's leading beach town, as described by Forbes Magazine, it is still a small town, as yesterday's and today's photos of the two main intersections in town show. There are no traffic lights. In fact, there are not even any four way intersections where all traffic must stop.
This week we have photos of the colors of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, posted on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.