Hotel Santa Maria Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... As I have previously mentioned, I learned about alternative forms of communication which will be helpful when I encounter students who are non-verbal or limited English proficient. I also learned more about the importance of flexibility. I grew in my ability to quickly assess and make accommodations and adjustments while teaching to meet the needs of a very diverse population. All of ...
Much more later! I didn't have wifi. We're in Manuel Antonio right now, and tomorrow we meet our host families! We meet in San José and drive about an hour to Tobosi with them. Carada-land of crocodiles Parque nacional carada is the only park in Costa Rica with handicap access but they're working on making more. That's all I've got for you this morning, it's 7:45 and I'm not fully awake yet. --Pictures ...
... time in Monteverde in bed, limited to the view (albeit green and peaceful) from their hotel window. Luckily they improved just enough to travel to San Jose in time for their flight home, though I'm sure it was not the easiest day ever! So it was not our preferred ending to their trip, but we were SO grateful for their visit! We are choosing to revel in the quality time together in Arenal and ultimately laugh ...
... out a lookout point that gave a great view of Alajuela and took a few pics before heading back into town for a Boca and a drink at one of Juliane's regular spots.
Once we got back home it was time to kick back for a while as we had no plans and Gracie(Steves new girlfriend) was coming over later to make us dinner. Everyone took a napping turn. :)
Through the conversations of the day Steve offered us a ride back with him to see ...
... days on camps where we set up our flying foxes - pully over a wire with a handle beneath and one just hangs on. An old tent would often be at the end to stop us. None of this today’s safety gear helmet, harness, safety line, gloves. But then again our flying foxes were not high over a valley of some 500 metres to a kilometre ...