Saturday, 31 October 2020

Rooster For Good Luck?

Lottery stand on Avenida Central in San Jose
Lottery stand on Avenida Central in San Jose

QCOSTARICA – Our friend, Evan Luck from Radio Dos, posted this photo on his Facebook page, captured while walking Avenida Central (the Boulevard) in downtown San Jose.

I guess the lottery vendor brought along his rooster for good luck…I usually wait for the big drawings. If I’m lucky, I’ll at least win back what I spent. If not, oh well…,” writes Evan.

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