Sunday, 9 August 2020

A New Meaning To Taking The Train In Costa Rica

This photo circulating the social networks adds a new meaning to taking the train tn Costa Rica.

Some of the to the photos include, “perhaps the train was full” and “practicing for when the plan fiscal takes effect”.

From Accidentes de Costa Rica

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