Cala Inn Bed & Breakfast Hotel
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... and cousins playing together with Trife, Calla and Lucas (dogs) in backyards and driveways. Although the Canadian lifestyle doesn't necessarily condone living right next door to your parents, I do hope to take some lessons from this way of life into my own family's upbringing in the future. The door is always open at the Aratavias and we look forward to returning the favour in Canada one day! Part B: Today was travel day. We spent what we were told would be 4-5 hours ...
... Right now, we have 2 and a half hours before we need to meet for dinner. After dinner, we're taking a spanish dance class! That should be fun. Oh! I almost forgot. The 25 of us stick out like sore thumbs. We're literally the only people in shorts and T-shirts. Everyone else is wearing jeans and long sleeves! It's like 80 degrees! The other interesting thing about their culture is that they have McDonalds everywhere, but they sell different things. ...
... program but improving the care and management of the horses.
At Manos, it was wheelchair-palooza. The students did some amazing MacGuyver moves to position patients in their chairs as well as to adjust the wheelchair parts to make the chair actually fit the patient. It was great to see all the girls not be afraid of tools, and not be afraid of getting a little dirty or greasy. They were pleased with their results, and the patients looked 100% better after ...
... driver immediately asked if we spoke Spanish, to which I replied "a little". He then began rapidly spouting off suggestions as I struggled to comprehend. He and I spent the next 30 minutes conversing in what can only be described as broken Spanglish, as he went out of his way to help us find some way to celebrate. He called several bars and restaurants, all of which were closed or at maximum capacity for the evening. We decided to drive toward downtown San Jose ...