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Travel Blogs from Heredia
... of rain pounded the
tile like it was a drum and then ran off in rivers splattering ******* the
It’s pouring now, for the third time in less than a day, and we have
taken cover back in our room, drenched from the slow walk back from lunch in
the park’s open pavilion restaurant where we had lunch (there are umbrellas
everywhere we go but we keep forgetting to take one). It’s raining so hard it
sounds like a train ...
... the humor or what is happening. Oh and there was blue popcorn because Smurfs was also at the movies!
It feels so weird being almost done with classes. My afternoon teacher the first day made me try to speak and not say,"um," as I thought about what I wanted to say and to just let the silence happen. It was so hard! I have been trying extremely hard to keep up this new trend. But, I must say I feel like I sound so much more fluent!
... with a very colorfully painted cart and two large oxen.
The buses pulled over at the coffee estate and let everyone out. We had parked in front of a small building that served as a coffee bar and gift shop. The name of it was La Casa del Café la Luisa. Below and behind the building were the fields of coffee plants. To me, the plants looked like small, full trees. Most of them seemed to be seven or eight feet ...
... we were not going to be detained as witnesses to an untimely death. We sauntered over to the other side of the square and looked at some garish modern art work which decorated the walls of the town hall, the only building of note apart from the church in this charming colonial town.When we came past the lady was on her feet and seemed to have only been asleep and explaining this to the policeman and lookers on.Coming out of the church a few minutes later a youngish ...
... and pointed out a snake curled up on the path right in front of us. It was the highly venomous fer-de-lance! A snake I had been really hoping to see. After taking a few pictures from a very safe distance (the snake has reportedly got a foul temper), we turned and walked back the way we came. Alejandro had said from the start that if we came across it we would under no circumstances try and pass it - fine by me. Back to our room at the lodge, and about 9pm the Howler ...