Tamarindo Talk

August 21, 2009

Fitness guru Devon Gaston offers great Boot Camps on the Beach every Tuesday at 7 a.m. in front of the Capitán Suizo. The class is $10 for the rainy season and will definitely get you in shape. Also, look for new Thursday-afternoon classes. For more information, contact Devon at 2653-0335 or ready.set.flex@gmail.com.

The Voodoo Bar behind Voodoo Restaurant is under new management, having been taken over by Soundswell DJ Alex Orias and Carolina Parra. The new schedule features Monday two-for-one cocktails, Tuesday ladies’ night, Wednesday reggae night, locals’ birthday celebrations on Friday nights and produced events on Saturday nights. For more information or to plan a special event, contact Alex at 8397-3572 or alexoreo@hotmail.com.

Get your fill of sushi with all-you-caneat sushi night Wednesdays at Cala Luna in Langosta, for $20 per person. The restaurant also has a special promotion for people celebrating their birthdays: Go with four friends and your birthday dinner is free. For more information, call 2653-0214.

–Ellen Zoe Golden

ellenzoe@aol.com

 

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