Located 3 miles north of Tilaran the Tennis Shack announces they now have 2 pickle ball courts now available. What an exciting game for those that play. For the uninitiated, pickleball is something of a mix between tennis, racquetball and ping pong. Players use special paddles and a wiffle ball, and games take place on tennis courts with specific pickleball lines. Nets and court sizes are smaller than their tennis counterparts, and the most common game is doubles, although singles is also an option. It has its own set of quirky rules — for instance, try to stay out of the “kitchen”— but they’re easy to learn. Still into tennis? The Tennis Shack has plenty of action for you and beginners and even a clinic for the younger crowd. Come join our fun loving community!
Make the following simple recipe and I guarantee that you will be somebody's hero, or at least you'll get more invites to parties....provided you bring the pie.
I make a mean Caesars Salad. Not to brag, but better cooks than I have said that it is the best they have ever eaten. I'll tell you how I happen to have the recipe.
Jim has painstakingly completed an amazing wood fired oven brick by brick made with love and has produced some the most delicious pizzas and bread around this area!
Did You Know...? At the bottom of Lake Arenal, satellite photos have identified many ancient Indian settlements which archeologists believe to be almost 2000 years old.
Costa Rica’s diversity of terrain includes dense rainforests, towering volcanoes, rolling hills, rivers, lakes, a dry open savanna, estuaries, pristine beaches, and contains 200 mammal species, over 850 bird species and 9000 vascular plant species.
Did You Know...? At the bottom of Lake Arenal, satellite photos have identified many ancient Indian settlements which archeologists believe to be almost 2,000 years old.
Did You Know…? In 2011, the United Nations’ Human Development Index rated the life expectancy at birth of Costa Rican’s as almost a point above those of the U.S. population (CR: 79.3% vs. U.S. 78.5%). This is in large part due to Costa Rica’s superb health care system.
Did You Know…? Lake Arenal is part of Costa Rica’s Arenal Volcano National Park and includes the country’s most active volcano.