Monday, January 14, 2013

Waiting for the bus

When I posted my photos of the tourist talking to the horseback rider last week, Sharon of Phoenix Daily Photo commented that it looked like there were some people nearby waiting for a bus.  Indeed there were, and I had taken a photo of them, which I am posting today.

There is good bus service to Tamarindo.  Most of the people taking buses are workers who live in nearby towns and come to Tamarindo to work in the hotels, shops and restaurants.  These people have suitcases, though, so they may be people from San Jose who are returning after a little vacation on the beach in Tamarindo.

One thing Tamarindo does not have, however, are bus shelters for people to sit on while waiting for the bus.  I think we need them, but paving more of the streets will probably come first.

This week we have photos showing what a Grand Canyon rafting trip is like, focusing on the camping experience, posted on our  Viva la Voyage travel photo site.

6 comments:

Kate said...

It looks like there are places to sit while waiting. Colorful luggage.

glenda said...

They do look like travelers with all that luggage,

Judy said...

Maybe just a few benches would be a nice addition to the bus stop.

Margaret said...

I'd venture to say that the buses are a lot safer than the ones in the big cities!

Valladolid Daily Photo said...

Your photos are always very colorful, thanks for sharing.

Matthew Tudge said...

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