Arilapa Bed & Breakfast
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In August, 9 students from the education department at Marymount traveled to Alajuela, Costa Rica to work with the Residents at Manos Abiertas, a full-care home for individuals with severe disabilities who have been abandoned. www.manosabiertas.org
SERVICE-LEARNING: Our group consisted of 2 alumni, 2 graduate students, and 5 undergraduates. Only 2 of the students are actually in the ...
... a year abroad without a few hardships right.. but that's not to say that it's all been a big challenge, I've had some bloody great times too and I've been able to do some amazing ****! ... To give you a bit of an idea, here's a not so short, shortened list of the things I have done/learnt/tried while being here in the last 2 months: 1: I have been to a Volcano 2: I have been to another Volcano 3: I have been to yet ANOTHER Volcano 4: Ate probably more rice in 2 months ...
... and despite the fact that it was before dinner, I still had room for the arroz con pollo (rice with chicken) dinner that the nuns prepared for us.
So, I'm left to document the evaluation that was completed today and then head to bed. Tomorrow we are venturing to a volcanic hot springs resort with 39 of the residents from Manos...which will be a labor of love I think. We'll be leaving at 6:15am, ...
... just 42 guest rooms. No wonder the service is out of this world!
Making back to the hotel in one piece, we had a nice dinner and then relaxed a bit in the "therapeutic' springs!
Today, we are headed out on a hike around the volcano. As I type away, I am sitting out on the balcony listening to the rainfall all around. Looks like it might be a rainy hike. It's ok, we are living PURA VIDA!
... dark sky of San Jose dawned on us 5 hours on from Newark. The bags dropped on the belt and suddenly I realise that I have been watching the same 7 bags making their 5th way round. Apparently my bag had decided that Newark would be a much nicer place to stay and so refused to board the same flight as me. I thought 7.7 kg was light, how about living off 0.5 kg of which consisted of a passport, ...