Tamarindo Talk

first_imgNo related posts. Surfing legendRobert August has been the “surfing ambassador and in-house legend” over at Witch’s Rock Surf Camp for quite some time know. As part of his affiliation, the camp has been renting and selling his trademark “What I Ride” Surftech Tuflite models for the past year. For those who don’t know, Tuflite is a revolutionary, lightweight surfboard construction that is stronger and more durable than the fiberglass surfboards. Now available at Witch’s Rock, the complete Robert August line in Tuflite can be rented for the camp or bought from the surf shop. Soon, these surfboards will also be available on their new online surf shop.If you still want a traditional fiberglass board, Robert August is still shaping them and cranking out new ones each week at the Witch’s Rock beachfront shaping studio. For more information about any of these surfboards or about availability for Robert August seminars on shaping, call 2653-1238.Mourning the loss of the GNC store in Villareal’s Fischel? Worry no more. You can now get the products in Tamarindo at two locations: Pacific Coast Gym in Haucas (200 meters west of SuperCompro, 2653-9026), and the Tamarindo Farmacia (across the street from Hotel El Milagro, 2653-0210).Want a beauty treatment, but don’t want to travel? Now you can have your wish. Harmonia Pura will do manicures, pedicures, facials and Swedish massages in the comfort of your home or hotel at no extra cost. All services are performed by certified technicians. To schedule an appointment, call 8911-9628 or 8854-0206. You can also email [email protected]@aol.com Facebook Commentslast_img read more

Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires

first_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires While much of the attention surrounding the Arizona Cardinals and their first-round pick has revolved around the quarterback position, there are other areas of the team they may seek to address with the 13th overall selection.Like, perhaps, linebacker.One of the best linebackers in the draft is Alabama’s Reuben Foster, and most mocks have him being available for the Cardinals — if they want him.Whether they do (or will) is not yet know, what is confirmed is they have at least enough interest to want to take a closer look at the prospect. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact 0 Comments   Share   Top Stories Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Update on Reuben Foster 10 weeks after surgery. He has a #AZCardinals visit today, too. https://t.co/66gEu8lgx0— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 3, 2017Last season, Foster led Alabama with 115 tackles — 13 of which were for losses — while adding five sacks. The 6-foot, 229-pound linebacker had rotator cuff surgery in February, from which he is still recovering.A unanimous first-team All-American and All-SEC pick in 2016, Foster won the Butkus Award and was a finalist for the Bednarik Award. He would not necessarily fill a pressing need for the Cardinals, but last week when he was asked about adding a young inside linebacker, head coach Bruce Arians said he would love to find a player who could learn under Karlos Dansby.Of course, Arians also said he would like to find a young player to learn behind safety Antoine Bethea and receiver Larry Fitzgerald as well as QB Carson Palmer, so the team is not likely to tab Foster just because he would have time to learn now while preparing for the future. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Alabama’s Reuben Foster answers a question during media day for Saturday’s Peach Bowl NCAA college football game against Washington in Atlanta, Thursday, Dec. 29, 2016. (AP Photo/David Goldman)last_img read more