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Wildlife

The Real Locals of Playa Guiones

By Pinar Istek
Photos by Pinar Istek, James Rees


Who wouldn't want to be a dog in this town, where you can enjoy the sun and the rain, the jungle and the beach to the fullest? Everyday, there are many dogs on Playa Guiones. While some of them are just passing by, some are the locals, the real locals of this town. Here are some of the familiar faces of this paradise.

Francela's dog, Luna, is one of the most familiar faces of Playa Guiones.


If you have ever attempted to buy jewelry at the beach, it is likely that you have already met this little dog. She accompanies the colorful beads that are on sale on the beach.


Angie's dog, Kalani, from Del Mar Surf Academy is about to take on a sprint.


The three beasts of Safari Surf School, watching out for the new students.


Enriques's surfer dog, Taima, from The Camping Tree House enjoys the waves of Playa Guiones.


Charlie enjoys a sunny day while going after a blue ball.


Mellow is one of the four dogs of Jesse. 3-year-old zegua looks sleepy early in the morning.

Jordy is only 4-weeks-old. He is the new member of Surf Simply family after Sausage went missing.


2-year-old Blinky was born in Los Arenales and taken by Emily Lewis. Since then, he lives with her and her husband at Finca Doña Cielo.


Tiger Brenda's dog is determined to go on a quest in the bushes. But the photographer who follows him is determined as he is to capture a picture of him.


Mia, Ryan and Nina's dog, seems to enjoy the sun at Guione Beach (Photo by Nina Arias)



 

More Nature News

Good News for Organic Lovers: Samara Has Its Own Market

Samara has a new organic food market on Saturday mornings from 7:30-12 at the Café Carola. Its second week, June 18, proved to be a great success with several different vendors selling healthy and interesting products.

 


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