Vista Linda Montana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... not luxury" but turns out to be even worse than that. We have no soap, towels, or window screens. But who needs privacy anyways?!? Our bed also looks heavily worn but I thoroughly checked it as my close friends could predict I would!!! Leaving the slums, we ate a delicious dinner of ceviche and casado (chicken) on the main beach drag and spent the night walking along the sands watching fire dancers, testing out piña coladas, and enjoying our first toe dip into the ...
We took a bit of a break and then met back up for another lecture, this time on Humans in the Tropics. The topic of today's lecture was urbanization. We went over global trends as well as trends specific to Costa Rica.
As an extension of that lecture, we were sent out into the city to explore and talk with the locals. We took the bus to Universidad de Costa Rica and it was quite an adventure. We had to ask ...
... learning who all of the students are because they change every day. I'm hoping I'll be able to help with student assessments and I won't forget who is whom!
I saw a few rain drops today, but I'm still enjoying the warm weather. I knew the second week would fly by, but I can't believe it's almost time to come back to the US. Of course, that's how I always feel toward the end of a service-based trip. Happy Mardis Gras/Fat Tuesday, and someone should go get some ashes for me ...
... patio. We asked the doormen at Castro’s Bar if there was open space and an entrance fee. They confirmed that we were welcome to join, the cost was $6 and they were serving food. Rufio, more interested in food than festivities, decided we should at least have dinner then gauge whether we wanted to stay for the evening.
The venue featured two dining and drinking areas, a karaoke lounge upstairs and a discoteca downstairs. The doorman suggested we ...