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Travel Blogs from San Ramon
... beach in between the two volcanoes. It was a super nice setting and Megan and I did what we do best, relax!
I worked on my Spanish and watched birds while Megan attempted to break book-reading records in which I believe she did! This went on for 3 full days only interrupted by feeding times and the occasional cerveza (beer). On one particular day we sat down at midday for lunch and then went to leave as it was getting dark (whoops!) - we were well and ...
Today we "flipped the tortilla." That's a Costa Rican phrase meaning we changed the paradigm or the program. Instead of exploring Costa Rican biodiversity, we had an opportunity to learn about Costa Rican culture by exploring the nearby village of Chachagua.
Our first stop was at the home of Rosea. She is a single woman with five children who has aspirations to open a small restaurant, a soda in Costa Rica lingo, in the heart of the village. Rosea has five children ...
After breakfast we took a short walk to the Trimbina Biological Preserve, where we spent the morning hiking in the tropical rain forest. To enter the biological preserve we had to walk across a narrow 860-foot long suspension bridge. As we crossed the bridge, we were at a high elevation in the forest with the Rio Sarapiqui, the same river we paddled yesterday, rushing along below us.
Once across the bridge we entered the preserve ...
We woke up Christmas morning with our friends from church, Wendy and Fred. We enjoyed some favourite Canadian traditions with some new experiences in this tropical location. Wendy has a tree, stockings hung by their fireplace and has been playing Christmas music. We opened gifts - their tradition is home-made gifts so we ...
Last night I attended my second professional sporting event! Costa Rica played Guyana (a country in South America) last night to determine who would go on to the next round of qualifications for the World Cup in 2014. The game was held in the National Stadium in downtown San Jose which holds around 35,000 people. It was completely sold out an hour before the game even started. After buying tickets from a scalper (in our defense we couldn't find where the tickets were actually sold ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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