Manuel Antonio/Quepos Tidings

October 28, 2010

Marina Pez Vela is now open. With 100 slips and full service for boaters, it is a wonderful addition to downtown Quepos. For information, see www.marinapezvela.com.

Pat Cheek, publisher of Quepolandia, is taking all the beautiful covers from this year’s editions and making them into a 2011 calendar with U.S. and Costa Rican holidays. They will make great Christmas presents. To place your order, contact Quepolandia at info@quepolandia.com or 2777-1113, or visit www.quepolandia.com. The calendars will also be available at Dos Locos Restaurant in Quepos.

Jonathan Glazer, who relocated here from Israel, now offers security with armed response with his STS Complete Security Solutions. To find out more, visit www.sts-cr.com.

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