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January 08, 2008

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Freaky!

He has good taste in Coffee..

Our bag of the of the same coffee, and we're only 500 yards from Fruit Towers! (We went to Costa Rica on holiday in October and bought home a huge haul of coffee!)

Oh, no link in it.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/nikkit/2178698708/

Ciao Carlos, quanto sei bravo. keep up the good work

Good luck with the pineapples Carlos!!

GO CARLOS GO...CARLOS RULES! I bow down to this fruit-filled knowledge and bananna shaped coolness! :)

Bravo Carlos! Keep doing it, the world needs lot more people like you :)

I think Carlos would agree that you have very good taste in coffee Fimb.

Quite a coincidence that you have the exact same coffee though, especially as your just down the way from us.(Those road works are a pain at the minute aren't they).

Sounds like a decent bloke. Anyone who appreciates good coffee and sustainable moustache growth can't be bad.

Any idea if you can get that coffee in the UK or buy it over the internet? My dad is coffee mad and I'd like to get him the nicest coffee in the world for his birthday...

Hey, I'm a bit suspicious. I know San Jose airport quite well and I've never seen Carlos at the runway........maybe this is a scam - an 'in your face' attempt to promote a certain brand of coffee! Call me a cynic but I always drink Brit coffee when in Costa Rica. Terrible name I know but, hey, great taste!

(P.S. Well, I suppose it was seven years since I was in Costa Rica. Maybe Carlos is a newbie)

Roadworks? I think you need to narrow it down further than that ;)

Re: Brit coffee in UK. We haven't been able to find it for love nor money.. they offered international shipping at the airport, but to Europe it was around $40 per kilo. We bought 3 kilos home with us but could't squeeze any more in anywhere.

We'll pop in for a cup with Carlos when we return (because we ~will~ return, Costa Rica is a truly fantastic country, and their people just ~so~ nice!)

Carlos?

Are You a Jolly Man ?

Carlos?

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