Sunday, October 22, 2006

Jarom's in Costa Rica

Jarom and two co-workers (as well as my camera) are in Costa Rica right now. Here are a few pictures he's sent for me to see what he's doing. It's fun for me to be able to travel vicariously with him.


A green lake in an active volcano. Jarom says the lake was probaly the size of Rigby lake, which is pretty good sized.


Jarom, Ronna, and Robyn at a national volcano park. These are his traveling HP co-workers.


Ever the history buff, Jarom took this picture of a statue depicting a war with an American filibuster who tried to invade and take over Costa Rica. His name was William Walker. Here's a link if you want to learn more. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Walker_(soldier)
It's a story I've never heard. Amazing the things you learn when you leave your own country.


The building where the Costa Rican Congress meets.


The National Theatre


A coffee plantation.

3 comments:

Becky & Kevin Ward said...

Great pictures. Jealous!

Elise said...

It doesn't look like they're doing a whole lot of work! :)

Lou & Angela Harris Family said...

Cool pictures! I especially love the green lake!!! Beautiful and so unique.