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... all of us sing together our Star Spangled Banner. A demonstration of native dancing followed, including participation by some of our group. The session concluded with all of us doing the Hokey-Pokey, a dance that seems to have universal appeal to children of all ages.
The young people we met ranged from first- to eighth-graders and were delightful. They all had beautiful dark olive skin and very bright brown eyes; they bristled with energy and exuded a sense of ...
... came into existence. This is the reason why, today, we have 70 species of ants in Costa Rica instead of the likely much smaller number that existed prior to the ice ages or that exist today in the more temperate regions of the world.
Well, enough of this, and a hearty Thank You! if you stayed with us through the past three paragraphs.
One of the most interesting trees we discussed today was what is referred to as ...
... one of the best tours I've ever done, really educational plus it's not like I'm going to be upset when given free, fresh products. Especially chocolate and coffee ;) After we got back we had to change dorms, our originally one was so much nicer! Stephanie (my dorm mate) then went and got some food and I left on the bus for the cheese factory tour. Oh yeah a cheese factory!!! After falling over when I got off the bus, I immediately bought some ice cream there, ...
... project and allow people to take a piece of him – so to speak. Whatever we do and whoever we come across in our lives somehow leaves an impression – a memory. Luis wanted to share a part of himself through his work and everyone who was there was very thrilled and excited to be a part of that.
It was very; very touching and I couldn’t help but shed some tears at the simplicity of the locals and ...
... flip flops for my girl and a cool shot glass for Donnie – I can’t say my boy since he’s quite the man!!
Arriving back at abuela’s to some really good smells coming from her cocina. She served us a lunch of a kind of beef stew made with beans, yucca and carrots along with some carne in gravy and rice. We had sweet plantains for dessert. She is an awesome cook and it was one of our favorite meals since ...
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