Casa Amanecer B&B
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Finally having a few moments to get caught up with our news. We arrived late on Wednesday night. Gadventures picked us up at the airport and took us to our hotel. It was dark so couldn't see much, but the city looked fairly clean and not much of a shock to the senses. Next morning we had a fresh fruit breakfast in the open garden courtyard of the little hotel. We were pretty insulated in the hotel, because as we stepped out of the front door, we stepped onto the busiest Main Street of ...
... which was very fun even though it was a Wednesday night. This weekend we are going to Palamares tomorrow for our last time at the festival which ends this weekend. On Saturday a very large group of us are going to Jaco beach and I am staying till Monday with some others because we don't have class. I am staying is a hostel for my very first time (ahhhh) but its pretty much everyone from our USAC group so it should be fine. Also need to correct my tan lines...
some quick notes:
-there are spiders in every corner. obviously i'm not going to kill them...because then i'll get hit by a bus...but i do have to shake out my clothes every day. and every day...something comes running or flying out of them.
-i ate a huge beetle at the pool the other morning...on accident when i came up for a breath...and i think i swam a little faster because of it.
-i posted two ...
the #1 reason i think vacations should last more than a few weeks...the true beauty and wonders of a place take time to discover.
when i first arrive (in any city), i have no idea where to start. first...i have to get through the fog of jet-lag...next, i try to get my bearing with north-south-east-west...then i check out the people (friendly/rude/scary)...then the food...then the tourist attractions...and then...after all the days it takes ...
... connection to this place and the people here.
We will be seeing some other parts of Costa Rica during June and then traveling in Guatemala and Panama in July before returning home. Our time is quickly coming to an end and we are continuing to try and get the most we can out each and every day. We feel so fortunate for our experience here in Monteverde, but are looking forward to the adventures ahead of us!