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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to be fed with baby chickens, mice, guinypigs and snakes.
We were warned repeatedly by locals to be careful in San Jose not to be pickpocket or mugged, (as we were told by a local lady because we do not look like them!) but we never felt threatened.
The bus ride to Quepos was uneventful, comfortable except no aircon. Quepos is on the Pacific Coast, the beach is muddy, so no swimming, It has a marina from where deep sea fishing is done at 300 ...
You're probably looking at this and saying "hold on the last post you said you were off to Panama and San Jose, Costa Rica is most certainly not Panama." Or you completely forgot me mentioning Panama in the last post and had to go back and check (like I just did). Either way have no worries your geography skills lingering from 5th grade have not failed you here. San Jose, Costa Rics is certainly not ...
... morning off we did a Tarzan swing by jumping off a rickety bridge into some trees- really good fun!
Once our feet were firmly back on the ground we went on a foodie tour to learn about sugar, coffee and chocolate. The estate was family run and we walked through the sugar cane which is less sweet than other places in the world because of the climate. The sugar cane was heated with water and once stirred quickly made a fudge like caramel which ...
My time in Costa Rica has been very life changing and will impact my future teaching in many ways. I have not only taught my students, but they have taught me a lot as well. In the beginning of this journey the first time I walked in to a class I was expected to teach a lesson on the spot. It was intimidating, but it has taught me how to think on my feet and work on being more creative with my lessons. I have also been working with ...
... Watch out: here comes a tourist! Tonight, we walked over to a very nice hotel and had a really good dinner. But first, some teenagers taught us to dance! We learned the marange(?), salsa, and one other one that I can't remember-baracha maybe? It was difficult but really fun! And then we watched them dance and they were AMAZING! Seriously so good. Well, I have an early day tomorrow. Breakfast at 6:45 and then off to Arenal to see a Volcano. Fun ...