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... the organic way...no growth hormones used. his words before he blew out his candles..."i think i can...therefore i do". actually it was in spanish and it definitely wasn't that succinct...but it meant the same flippin' thing. i will find this man and i will get his picture on his bike...or tending the garden, whichever comes first.
-went to the concert saturday. very good. it ...
... see it in person, it may lose much of its' appeal. but the really cool thing about these pieces is the environment that surrounds them. most of the buildings are dilapidated, mostly due to the continuous rain in the winter and harsh sun in the summer. i think it's this battered, decaying textures, barbed-wire fencing that makes it so beautiful.
anyhow, something to remember when we think things need to be perfect to be beautiful.
...in Costa Rica. The goal...all spanish - 24 hrs a day - until I can confidently declare "Yes, I am bi-lingual". Could take 3 months...could take a year. I only know one thing...I will not return home until I have accomplished this goal!
For my friends who wonder what the hell I'm doing here...I didn't have much time to talk before I had to leave. The spanish program at UNLV will be ...
... por un Techo". It is an organization that tries to make people aware of the inequalities in Costa Rican society and how by just donating small amounts of time, money, and/or resources, people can make a difference in their neighborhoods. Got to meet many students and my Spanish was put to the test once again. We played some games in Spanish which was super challenging but really fun and we helped to create a huge banner to be put up around town. Then we went back ...
... was even more gold to be found on the third level.
I have been to many museums around the world. This museum is certainly one of my favorites. I would highly recommend it to anyone traveling to San Jose.
Exiting the museum we walked back to the Plaza de la Cultura. We decided to walk west along Avenida Central, a pedestrian street. We were looking for touristy type shops. It was a bustling street, but after four or five blocks ...