Saturday, August 31, 2013


There is no through traffic in Tamarindo.  It is the end of the road towards the ocean. But there is local traffic as people run errands or drive to and from the beach, even though most people can walk to what they need in town or are within walking distance of the beach.

I hate to see people riding in the back of a pickup truck, especially riding sitting on the edge.  My guess, and hope, is that these people were going only a very short distance.

Surfboards are a very common cargo in Tamarindo.

We have new photos of Ireland posted on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site this week.  We are showing photos of Galway and the Cliffs of Moher.


Sharon said...

Looks like rush hour in Tamarindo.

Kate said...

People or animals riding in the back of a pickup seems to be a common form of transportation in some countries. You're right. . . accidents are bound to happen.

Judy said...

Years ago it was a common sight to see people riding in the back of trucks around here. Not so much anymore. Still see too many dogs in the back though.

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