Costa Rica Coffee Guide

Manuel Antonio/Quepos Tidings

May 26, 2011

Green season is definitely here, and all is tranquil in our area. A couple of events are in store to help you enjoy this time of year. First, the Titi Conservation Alliance is putting on a free workshop May 27 and 28 at the COPAZA Theater near the marina, starting today at 2 p.m. The event will cover important issues such as the current water situation in the community, efficient water treatment solutions, trustworthy national providers and promotional packages especially designed for participants. For information, write info@monotiti.org.

The other event is the annual Memorial Day Pig Roast at Rancho León May 30. The fun will start around 1 p.m. with live music by Robbie and Live Wire.

Last but not least, Rafiki Safari Lodge is kicking off green season by offering a special rate of $125 per person, which includes an overnight stay in one of Rafiki’s luxury tents, three meals, a full-day rafting trip on the Savegre River and taxes. For more information, email rafikisafari@gmail.com, call 2777-2250 or go to www.rafikisafari.com. We highly recommend it.

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