Categories Food Portraits Street Photography Cualquier Persona Helado? Post author By Induced Chaos Photography Post date September 28, 2012 19 Comments on Cualquier Persona Helado? Share this:TwitterFacebookPinterestPocketTumblrRedditEmailLike Loading... Tags Camera, Central America, Costa Rica, culture, Micro Four Thirds system, Panasonic Corporation, people, Photographers, photography, portrait, San Jose, shopping, street photography, Techniques and Styles, Tico, travel, Travel and Tourism, Travelogues ← Costa Rican Faces – Black and White → Plane Crazy 19 replies on “Cualquier Persona Helado?” Yes! Sorbet is NOT ice-cream! That is what is so wonderful about it, especially if you are lactose intolerant. And lime sorbet drizzled with frozen gin is heaven in a bowl… Que…? In English it’s Ice Cream Anyone. Literally translated it means Any Person Ice Cream. I see, thankyou. Lactose intolerant? Three scoops of dairy-free lime sorbet drizzled with frozen gin is clearly the desert for you! Sorbet is not ice cream and I love gin and lime. My husband and I were treated to 10 days in Costa Rica by our son and we took in many different areas and enjoyed the richness of this country. It was very hot and our personal guide took us to get ice cream at a shop very similar to the photo. I would recommend to anyone that visits to have some ice cream. The ice cream was better than any popular ice cream in the USA. Pops is a chain. Yet they sell ice cream everywhere as you discovered. You have had a few beers everywhere. Harris Teeter is two minutes down the road. I think I will just go there. Mint chocolate chip…here I come! I had to have Korean beer in Korea damn it! Plus I had a few hours to kill before a flight to the Philippines. What kind of ice cream do they have in the Philippines? It may be worth the trip there. No idea. I’m lactose intolerant to ice cream and plumbing in the Philippines is rugged at best. I believe you have points on Delta to spare. So if you would like to donate them to the ice cream cause, I will happily bring mint chocolate chip home for both of us. I am not scared of a little meltage like some wimpy people I know and don’t give me that lactose intolerant crud. We ain’t buyin’ it. Sadly no points on Delta. They are on Korean Air which does not fly to Costa Rica. I checked prices. You are looking at around $500 RT. Bit pricy for ice cream but if your heart is set on it I say go for it! I bet Korean ice cream is delicious! Hand them over! I will be back in 30 hours or so with mint chocolate chip. 14 hours to Korea then immigration even if you don’t leave the airport. Sadly you will miss the only US flight coming into our home airport. So figure 48 hours total travel time. There is a place for ice cream in the airport. I had a few beers there once. Mint chocolate chip, por favor! You got coffee. Same same but different. Not same, same. Next trip I want ice cream! Considering the delay I had coming back I don’t think ice cream is feasible. If you want it so bad book a flight! Comments are closed.