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Tony Malaby Tamarindo – Somos Agua (CF 304)
An essay on the intricacies of saxophone improvisation, New York tenor man Tony Malaby explorers every nuance of reed sounds on this matchless session, backed only by the four-square pacing of William Parker’s double bass and the rhythmic flow of drummer Nasheet Waits. 231 more words

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Time Flies When You're at the Beach

A few years ago we traveled to Cuba with our friends Paul and Grace. After an amazing week in Havana, we vowed to take a trip together every year. 145 more words


The 52 Project: November 24

^^ Well friends, this is the fourth and final photo that I’ll be posting for the ’52 Project’ series from our trip to South America. We saw this little guy when we were about halfway through our bus ride from Escazu to Tamarindo, Costa Rica, and he pretty much embodies what I think of when I think of Costa Rica. 65 more words

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surf-in surf-out beach cottage on Avellanas Beach, Costa Rica

Surf-in surf-out Christmas and New Year vacation accommodation special – 2-bedroom beachside cottage 20 minutes south of Tamarindo, 300 meters’ walk to Playa Avellanas. http://costaricabedfinder.com/vacation-rental/869/beach-cottage-300m-from-surf-breaks… 17 more words

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The Concrete Jungle

by: Federico Fernández, Real Estate Consultant

As I follow up on the urban growth of the city of San José and surrounding areas in our central valley and study about the urban phenomena going on there, I can’t avoid comparing it to what I experience day-to-day in the community I live in. 435 more words


Langosta Tamarindo road work in progress

Today Nov.10th 2014 at Hotel Capitan Suizo, curbs and gutters of about 100m in each direction is done…


Halloween at the Surf Shack in Tamarindo

There is an awesome couple that we met here in Tamarindo and they own a Burger/Wing joint called the Surf Shack. First off, I have to say that if you are ever in Tamarindo, you have to come here for a burger or chicken sandwich. 247 more words

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