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Tamarindo Talk

August 31, 2013

There is now a beautiful miniature golf course right here in Tamarindo. Located just past Dragonfly Restaurant on the road immediately behind Hotel Pasatiempo, the 18-hole mini-golf called Bolas Locas is open for family and friends seven days a week from 9 a.m.-11 p.m. The attraction is reasonably priced, at $7 for adults and $5 for children under 10. Want to check it before heading over? Go to www.bolaslocas.com.

Congratulations to CEPIA honcho Laetitia Deweer who has been selected as a Fellow of the Central America Leadership Initiative (CALI), a branch o the Aspen Global Leadership Network. She will represent Costa Rica along with three others, and share her experiences in social progress as well as her vision about the economic and social development of this country and Central America.

Be aware that Ciclo Corea, the bike shop in Santa Cruz, has a branch in Villareal to sell bicycles, accessories and do repairs as well as organize tours. You will find the place at the cross from Tamarindo to Villareal. Email santos.corea@gmail.com or call 2653-4679 or 8917-9654.

-Ellen Zoe Golden
ellenzoe@aol.com

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