Monday, May 27, 2013

Pampas bus logo

The logo for a bus company that brings workers to Tamarindo, a beach resort town, from the surrounding countryside shows a cowboy roping a horse.

Maybe you thought the pampas was only in Argentina, but we have a lot of ranch land in the Pacific coastal plains of northwestern Costa Rica, which is the province of Guanacaste.

Maybe the bus company chose the pampas for its name because it travels through ranch land and picks up people who perhaps in past years would have been working on ranch chores and instead are now working for wages in the tourist industry.

This week we are showing photos of the delightful Majorelle Gardens of Marrakech, Morocco, which were owned for many years by Yves Saint-Laurent, on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.


Kate said...

It looks like a fitting logo for the area then!

Sharon said...

I remember seeing this bus.

Judy said...

Not a bad logo and I like the reflection in the glass too.

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