Manuel Antonio/Quepos Tidings
High season is almost here! El Patio de Café Milagro returned to its regular hours recently and is open Monday to Saturday from 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Quepos hosted a triathlon by the marina last week, as well as the inauguration of the marina pier. It is great that the marina is getting closer to being finished, as it is expected to provide 2,000 jobs to area residents.
Congratulations to Hotel Mono Azul and Rainforest Restaurant on its 15th year of being in business. This town is starting to have more and more businesses that have been open this long, and longer.
Carmen Jiménez, our unofficial animal shelter, needs help in the form of cat and dog food donations or financial aid to help the animals. Donations may be left at the Health Ministry or Miguelito’s Pizza.
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