Tamarindo Talk

June 13, 2012

A couple of local businesses have changed hands. The popular Bar1, on the third floor above ABC Realty, was bought by John Philips. Taco Stop is open again under the auspices of Ezequiel Marinoni. Get your delicious burritos and tacos at the location just 50 meters past Super2001. And La Laguna del Cocodrilo Restaurant on the main road across the street from the Best Western Tamarindo Vista Villas now belongs to William David Jones.  

The Langosta Beach Club offers yoga classes Mon.-Fri. at 9:15 a.m. The studio is glass-enclosed and classes include mats and props. All levels are welcome to join the classes, located at the Tamarindo Preserve, 200 meters past the Super2001 on the right, on the road to Playa Langosta. For more info, email langostabeachclub@gmail.com.

More good news from CEPIA: Thanks to Amigos de la Educacion, Villareal High School students can enjoy a clean and adequate dining area. Amigos, which raised money with its annual golf tournament, donated $1,500 for 40 new folding chairs and 10 tables. An additional $2,200 from Amigos now funds a drug prevention program along with CEPIA. The program will be for students at Colegio Técnico Profesional, 27 de Abril, Colegio Villareal and CTP Cartegena. 

-Ellen Zoe Golden

ellenzoe@aol.com

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