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... all super clean.
For activities, we hiked around the cielo, went to Curi Cancha Wildlife
Refuge, and took a chocolate/coffee tour. There is so much more to do in
the area, but we were limited on time (unfortunately!)- we will no
doubt be back to visit and experience more.
We love to cook and we went to the Monteverde Whole Foods shop, next to
the Casem Coop, ...
... and certainly both she and Dad would have been right there with us. In fact, they were. Our hearts were full.
For those who might not know, Susie, Angus and I all converged with our families for the holidays here in Costa Rica. I can't express adequately how amazing it was to have them here, and our appreciation for their willingness to travel so ...
... to go again straight away! Definitely one of the highlights of the trip! It was just madness and so much fun!
Our stay in Monte Verde was otherwise pretty chilled, with a lot of walking up and down the mountain to the town of Santa Elena and to the sister hotel to use their sunbeds, pool and jacuzzi a couple of times!
Next and final stop in Costa Rica, Playa Samara! It was boiling! I don’t think I have ...
... realised we had to go back through the dreaded puddles. We prayed that satnav would find another route and she did but adding an hour on to the journey.
Being a passenger is cool because I get to point out lots of birds and wildlife along the way. We saw a line of huge lizards sunbathing on old trees trunks lining the road. We also saw some kind of wild dog. I thought it was a wolf at first and Del thought it was a big fox when we actually saw that we we driving ...
Considering that everyone was up so early the day before I was shocked by how many students were out of bed before Srta. Chelsea went to knock on their doors. The rooster may have had something to do with it...
After an early breakfast provided by our host family, we took the ten minute walk to Intercultura for everyone's favorite part of school- exams. Students and parent chaperones alike took an oral exam so that the teachers ...