Parque Barnabela Ramos, Santa Cruz, Costa Rica, 2010

This is one of the most exciting squares we visited during our stay in Costa Rica. Locals are very strongly trying to emphasize their native heritage. Graphics are resembling Maya tradition we witness in Mexico, but exploring the connection requires more effort. Very relaxing and pleasant atmosphere in this sleepy town was spoiled by the theft of the radio and a small bag from our car parked nearby. As you can tell our camera was saved [being with us].
This story ended up with mostly pleasant experience in the local police station where we were reporting event. Very polite police officer speaking very very good english helped us a lot.

Happy end was confirmed on our return to Canada with travel insurance covering the expense.

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sociability
10
ceremonial
x
uses & activities
8
religious
x
access & linkages
8
social
x
comfort
9
residential
x
image
8
court yard
x
tourist value
10
with park
x
total
54
street, shopping
x
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Last time updated on Saturday, July 26, 2014, 12:46 PM