This mural is on the outside of the building next to the rodeo grounds in Santa Rosa. I don't see much street art in Costa Rica. Maybe there is more in San Jose, but in the resort town of Tamarindo and in the surrounding small rural towns there is not much graffiti or street art.
This mural was painted with the rodeo grounds in mind, as it shows a bull rider and someone who has apparently been thrown off a bull.
This concludes my little series on Santa Rosa, a typical Tico town. Tomorrow we will return to the beach.
This week we are showing photos of Ronda, Spain, a charming town perched on the edge of a gorge, posted on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.