Triton Spotted in Costa Rica

Aug 9, 2019 by To the Triton

Carlton A. Morris R. of Yacht Entertainment Studios (YES) based in Fort Lauderdale submitted a Triton Spotter from his recent trip with this note:

“[I] traveled to Escazú, Costa Rica — a suburb of the capital city of San Jose — to have some dental work performed for a fraction of the cost quoted in the USA. What better way to ease the nerves before an extraction than to catch up on all The Triton news, right?”

Even the dentists at the Sonria Dental Boutique found something to read in The Triton. Pictured are Dr. Oriana Gonzàlez and Dr. Cash.

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