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I haven't yet written a sentimental blog about Costa Rica, per say. However, I am coming to the point of my journey where the time has literally passed too quickly. Thursday will be a month for me, and I can't even believe it. I feel like I just got here last week! I guess I have traveled to a lot of places, and met various types of people...but it seems so unreal for how long I've been here. One thing I can say is that ...
We woke up in our beautiful room high above San Jose and the Central Valley and took a wonderful shower, glancing out the bathroom window at the gorgeous view! Yes, last night was not a dream, the view was still there.
Alonso had moved his hostel from near the airport in Alajuela to way up high above the Central Valley to the upscale San Antonio ...
... their costumes!
For Halloween at school we didn't do anything to celebrate during the school day. It is one American holiday that we don't participate in. Though they do have a Halloween Family Fun night put on by the high schoolers and middle schoolers. This allows the teachers to have a night off rather than having to organize an event. And I did just that, took a night off to relax. On the night of Halloween I heard that some of my students went ...
... if I said I didn't want December to be here already so Kev could be in Costa Rica with me!
Today was another busy day, we had a Family Picnic at school. It was for our whole school, all the way up to the high school. It is a fundraiser for each of the high school classes to raise money for their senior trips and such things. Most of the high school tables organize food to sell as well as some carnival games. The middle schoolers ...
... when the hammock started shaking back and forth really violently. At the same time, I heard momma yell "Earthquake!" We had never been in an earthquake before, but we decide that the bathroom would be the safest place. It felt like a giant had grabbed our room, and was shaking it back and forth! It was a little frightening because a landslide could've happened, but Jess and I remained "Cool as a cucumber" as momma put it. When it was over, we learned that the earthquake ...
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