Angel Valley Bed And Breakfast
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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so i know you must be wondering...where does brown sugar come from?
well, it's your lucky day my friend. i went to the brown sugar factory today (and not the one where you need dollar bills...sickos). REAL brown sugar. our professor took us on a road trip up the mountain a bit to have breakfast and check out the booming industry of sugar. lucky for us, no one was working today, so we got to peak around the place without hassle. and we ...
... if we do - well, we have to apologize profusely or pretend we didn't mean it that way. for example, there is a kid in our class that is stupid. he shows up late, doesn't pay attention, pretends he's sleeping...you know the type. well today my professor announced that she believes he has some mental problems and should speak with the school about getting some help. she said she could straighten his ass out if he was ...
also, one really quick fact.
costa ricans (ticos) call umbrellas for men "paraguas" and umbrellas for women "sombrilla". they have different names because men carry black umbrellas...ALWAYS...and women have colored umbrellas.
i will write tomorrow when i have some time to post some pics of some cool things I've seen.
... night I slept at the house, some kind of fight was going on above the roof of my bedroom...about 2am. I woke up to find a possum...i think it was a possum...outside my window. (pic)
-there are only two seasons in Costa Rica - rainy and dry. it's considered the beginning of the rainy season now.
-before i left the states i had started running a little bit. i decided that when ...
... for the opportunity to share that, especially in Spanish. Hector and I spent a lot of time praying for the students we talked to, and even got to share our own testimonies with each other over lunch. The rest of the day involved a lot of reading and team bonding and resting. It's amazing how tired you are after 4 hours of sharing in another language! Also had a Spanish lesson with the team, led by Hector of course! Trying to refresh all the long-lost vocab ...