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... one will ask you exactly the same thing- I think I can work that out of them though! I have already been told that I am too strict-- Oh Well- they just don't know that they actually love it yet, that's all - they'll learn, especially when I start dancing and singing-! There's so much more to come!!- If only they knew!
I have had to start reading a novel with one of my classes, what would be Year 9 in the UK- Guess what? They were reading ...
... A chilled out last day together before Kelly waved me off in a taxi to the bus station early the following morning. And then there was one........ I am writing this on my way to Panama, my first solo journey, reminiscing about the past ten weeks!! They have been amazing filled with a ridiculously amount of laughter, loving life moments and selfies! It's hard to pin point my favourite moment so here are my top 10....... 1. Tikal - the Mayan ruins at Tikal are amazing, ...
... washing 7 pairs, one of the employees here, who was fixing a water leak at our place, saw me doing it and said, oh you can use that washer over there if you want :) So I happily went back upstairs to grab the bag of actual clothes and headed over to the washer. This worked out pretty well except after waiting 35 minutes (my best guess for the timing of a wash load) I found my clothing in a washer filled with water that had stopped. I turned the knob hoping that I ...
... jumped in and swam for a bit. There was a tree that over hung the at river at the bottom of the waterfall. Manfred jumped in and showed us were we can jump so we followed. Once we got back to the hostel we then decided to plan the next part of the trip. The plan is to get a bus tomorrow to the bottom of Costa Rica stay a night in a town call Cahuita and then head to Panama the next ...
... had suggested eating at sodas, the local restaurants, which sell cheap local food. I had a taco which didn't actually come with a taco as we would know it but just rice, meat and peppers, but was much tastier than the previous meal in San Jose, although still not packed with flavour. We were also given a dessert which was similar to rice pudding, very sweet and creamy with cloves and cinnamon.
From La Fortuna we travelled to Monteverde on ...