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Where’s The Tico Times today? Edition #1

September 9, 2017

After a long work week, Saturday is the perfect day to go exploring, in Chepe and around Costa Rica. In this little column, we’ll be sharing some pics of what we hope are semi-recognizable – or obscure, but seriously cool – corners of this incredible country to see if you can tell us where the photo was taken. Just ’cause we’re goofy like that.

The first person to correctly ID each week’s photo will win our undying admiration. Have you got a pic you think can stump us, and your fellow TT readers? Please send your photo (horizontal please, and at least 1100 pixels wide) to kstanley@ticotimes.net, being sure to specify your full name and where you’re from. But don’t tell us where it was taken – yet! We want to guess.

Wishing all of you a great weekend. Our thoughts are with all readers and their friends and family who are in the path of Hurricane Irma, or any of the other storms and quakes wreaking havoc this week.

 

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