This is it folks, our final hooray, as I wrap up our trip with some highlights of our time exploring Tamarindo. Also a beach town, Tamarindo is a bit more popular and a little on the higher end of the scale than that of Playa Coco (Coco Beach) and they certainly capitalize on how active the town is. There where lots of local shops and restaurants, which because of all the activity caused prices to be higher for local crafts and products and even the food. Price aside, I found the town to be full of character and very spirited! We came across this colorific wheel and because I love color, I went for it. Even if you don't like color as much as me, I think you'll agree that this supercool!
I think of myself as a friendly, kind-hearted Christian valued woman, but after spending time in a country that's considered one of the happiest in the world, it certainly made me amp up my outlook on gratitude and my expression of joy! Ticos are a very laid back and gracious people. As in the sign that greeted us as we entered Tamarindo, Pura Vida, as the Tico's say, is not only a saying but it's a way of life! The Spirit of Pure Life was alive and thriving and that memory and even more so the 'sentiment' will forever remain with me. #SybilStreetSTYLe
Click the link the above to enjoy the mariachi band we happened upon!