This photo is the same scene as yesterday, but the cowboy and his horses have to share the road with trucks. A scene like this is sad, but inevitable. It is not possible to have the shops, restaurants and commerce in Tamarindo with trucks driving there.
Another example of the contrasts in Costa Rica was evident from a recent article in the newspaper. The police will now expect every driver in Costa Rica to have an email address. Notices of the amount of fines for violations will not be mailed to violators, but will b e sent by email only. If someone does not use email, they will have to watch for the publication of legal notices in the newspaper.
This week we are showing photos featuring the people of Papua New Guinea on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.