Thursday, September 26, 2013

Diria Resort beachfront

This is part of Tamrindo Beach in front of the Diria Resort.  The resorts staff puts the lounge chairs and umbrellas out on the beach each morning and takes them in at night.

All beaches in Costa Rica are public property, so they have a system of bracelets that hotel and condo guests wear to make sure that the only people who use the chairs are people who are staying at the hotel rooms or or condo units that are part of the Diria resort.

The palm trees provide shade for people who prefer to say on the resort's lawn rather than using the lounge chairs on the beach.

This week we are showing photos of an old cemetery and ruins of an old Friary on the Hill of Slane, Ireland, on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.

8 comments:

Stefan Jansson said...

Never liked private beaches.

Kate said...

LOVE the idea of beaches as public property!!

Sharon said...

I love all the tall palm trees that line this beach.

Judy said...

They must have lounge chair police out there checking for bracelets.

Karl Demetz said...

Nice place for a holiday!

glenda said...

Ahhh, so inviting!

Jack said...

This part of the beach is not overcrowded. I clicked on the photo to enlarge it and noticed that the palms seem to be nicely cared for.

Bob Crowe said...

Yes, The Ritz of Tamarindo. We enjoyed having a leisurely drink on the shady lawn. The people watching is just as good and your skin is better off.

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