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I forgot how short the Ticos are. That is the first thing I noticed off the plane. They are even shorter than me, if you can believe it! To make matters worse for them, the Ticas usually wear heels. Along the car ride from the airport to the casa, we passed so many beautiful lights. Even though the weather was warm, it still felt festive. I can't believe that it has almost been a year since I last passed along San Pedro, Calle ...
want of a better word) people I'm outa there.
Cathal on the other hand, in his ORANGE board shorts (were in a
capital city 4hrs from the coast), flip flops (see last point), Ecuador
Rasta coloured bag (people are always trying to sell him drugs), Bolivian
look at me I've done death road tshirt, cannot understand why I worry
in these areas.
At least I can sort of blend in.....he on the other
hand,fair, blue eyes, etc etc ummmmmmm
The Mercado de Artesamias was a short walk from the square above the museum on the Avenue
The only market I have ever seen with art products piled higher or tighter was the "Public Market" in Phenom Phen in Cambodia, but the Mercado was cleaner since it was 100% art and tourist products. The prices were reasonable and you could talk them down about ...
... br> Ricardo and Maria have treated me really well thus far and I really can’t ask for better host parents. The only thing that I’m lacking is a working wi-fi, but I found out that they’re working on it after a bit of initial confusion of what was going on (again, my Spanish isn’t prefect).
All of these gestures may seem weird in that they are overly kind for what is called for, but ...
After waiting 6 months longer than everyone else, I have finally taken in the DC program, and I it was well worth the wait. Three days of a spiritual banquet in LESCO (Lenguaje de Seņas Costarricense/ Costa Rican Sign Language) surrounded by brothers and sister who met us with open arms.
As in all sign languages, the audio drama heard in hearing languages on Friday , was a full costume drama in for us, and watching the violence and suffering ...