Casa Rural Aroma de Campo
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... everyone loves puppies! There was also another cool surgery performed today on a dog that looked like he had a mast cell tumor on his penis. He had hives everywhere, which is characteristic of mast cell tumors, but it turns out he had TVT (transmissible venereal tumor). This is a sexually transmitted type of cancer found in dogs and Tasmanian devils. After a super long day at clinics, we had the night off and decided to jump in to the hotel pool quick when we got back. Some ...
Today, we started on a 3-day golfing road trip to the northwestern part of the country, Guanacaste Province, with a few (foreseen and unforeseen) additional adventures to be thrown in. The first adventure was the road, which is the Inter-Americana Norte, what we used to call the Pan-American, also Highway 1. (It's still called the Pan-American in South America, unclear why it has been changed here.) Our destination for the night was the town of Liberia. The first ...
... a type of landscape I had never been in before I didn't really know what to expect other than what David Attenborough had told me on TV. Climbing through the trees and vines we got to an opening and I can honestly say I have never seen anything like it. Just the sounds of water falling and frogs ribetting along with the height of the various surrounding trees. Passing through streams and rivers, you had to really pay attention to where you ...
... lead the project and set the example. We went back to Mount Siania to eat lunch. There we were informed that we would break up into groups of three and that we would be able to take the lead. We had three tasks with each family. 1. Introduce ourselves and greet the families and tell them that we are here to bless them with a gift of groceries and a blankets because we love them and God loves them. 2. Ask them if the have any needs that we ...
... central north, a large town with a lot of wealth I am told, however it was hard to see. Tourism had taken over, to a large extent, washing away some of the undoubted charm of the colourful buildings and people. All is not lost though, sit in the central plaza for a while, or walk the backstreets and you will watch the Nico's go through their day to day lives, much like I am sure they did 20 years ago before the tourists started arriving. After a pretty grim first night we ...