Tamarindo airport remains closed, new movie nights at Dragonfly Restaurant

August 15th, 2014
By Tamarindo Community Reporter Liisa Vexler

 

Tamarindo Airport Remains Closed with Flights Being Rerouted to Liberia

 

Tamarindo airport remains closed after it was shut down in May of this year due to runway safety concerns. Initially, the Hotel Diria Beach Resort Group gave June 30th, 2014 as a re-opening date, but it remains closed. Nature Air and Sansa flights continue to be re-routed to Liberia’s Daniel Oduber Quiros International Airport.

 

Despite requests, representatives from the Tamarindo Airport were unavailable for comment.

 

On July 28th 2014, CRHoy.com reported that government officials visited Reserva Conchal to inspect a piece of property that could be used as an alternative landing strip for the area. No official word on the outcome of the visit was reported.

 

Que Pasa Club Tamarindo Movie Nights at Dragonfly

 

Every Sunday at Dragonfly Restaurant, residents and tourists can now gather to enjoy movie nights complete with popcorn and other refreshments. June 25th marked the inaugural Que Pasa Club Tamarindo Movie Night. Each week a double feature is presented, beginning with a family feature at 6:00 pm and a main feature at 8:30 pm.

 

This coming Sunday August 17th will be a Robin Williams Tribute Night, with Robots as the family feature at 6 pm and Man of the Year as the main feature at 8:30 pm.

 

The cost of admission is 2000 colones. A bag of popcorn is 500 colones. Drinks at regular Dragonfly prices.

 

Dragonfly is located on the road behind Hotel Pasatiempo, just before Bolas Locas mini golf.

 

Liisa Vexler is the author of The Family Freedom Project: A Step-By-Step Guide to Living Abroad with Kids. From Dream to Plan to Reality.

On their honeymoon, Liisa and her husband fell in love with Costa Rica. They designed their lifestyles so it could eventually become their home. She now speaks and writes about their experience in addition to managing her busy medical writing business.

Liisa lives with her husband and two sons in Tamarindo where she is currently working on her second book. Connect with her on Twitter, on Facebook, or on Google+.

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