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... and reflected ourselves on how to improve things in the future and how
we perceived the students' reactions and feelings about their experience here.
It's hard to tell. We hiked to Playa Blanca over a whole slew of rocks and
cliffs. It was challenging, but interesting. Once at Playa Blanca, we got in
the ocean to cool off and frankly, get our cardio in for the day! The rip
currents were high and the ocean was rough. We walked into the sand, only ...
... My hair started to stick to my neck, my camera straps started weighing on my shoulders and my backpack felt heavier.
We saw so many bananas along the trail. A hummingbird was feeding on a banana heart - but it was too fast for anybody to capture a picture. There was a huge iridescent blue moth bigger than my palm. On my left, we saw a huge purple dotted flower that looked like a Venus fly trap. Luis pointed to several vines clinging to the tree trunks, ...
... at warp speed nine !!! Have I mentioned I may need new tyres ??????
He stopped for me to take a couple of pics at a river which would be interesting to swim in and we parked by a couple of Policemen who we asked to take a pic.
Arrived here at a sensible time, went for a walk, had a plate of Nachos with a few cocktails and the ground moved while walking back to the hotel !!!!! Raining with lightening and thunder.
Tomorrow ?????? Not sure !! ...
... down the stone stepped path to the majestic water fall. Which I got to tell ya, is not an easy thing on crutches, but with mother goose Alan by my side I was safe as a baby kanga in his mommies pouch. Kelly was splishing and splashing in the river as Bob, Micheala, Bryce, Heather, and Kaylee braved the cold waters and went for a swim. I myself tried to join but was stopped by the boss (AKA the wife). Melissa thought ...
... rest of us could escape and run. The plane landed at gate 34. The flight to San Jose’ was boarding at gate 4. We hit the gate area running. The journey to gate 4 involved 2 flights up to the train shuttle which would take us to the vicinity of gate 4, then 2 flights back down to gate 19. Being determined to get on this flight, women and children lay strewn about like yard waste on this path of destruction as I ran to gate 4. I ...