Airport Hotel Rio Segundo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... stood against the tree. A vine hung a couple of metres away, and I could see that it stopped about 5m from the ground. It would be a hell of a jump, but if I made it, the fall would be bearable. A superhuman leap got me to the vine, and I climbed down. Sloths smiled at me on the way to the bottom of the vine. I dropped, but at that moment a snake lunged at my leg! My instincts kicked in and I swerved to volley the snake away, but in doing so I was ...
... iguana´s - probably the best part of a meter with tail. The colours of these were amazing - the brightest green you can imagine. We also saw little lizards that could literally run on water. We saw a couple of turtles too, though these were very shy and would jump into the water as soon as they heard the boat come past. Suddenly, the guide motioned for the driver to stop the boat. We pulled up to some muddy water at the bank of the river and he pointed....for an ...
... with seats and a dance floor. A band was playing and everyone was dancing - couples danced, kids danced and large groups danced together. Everyone was having a great time and probably planning on making a day of it.
Our driver picked us up at the hotel at noon and we headed for the airport. Thank goodness there wasn't much traffic because everyone here drives fast! Our ...
... of myself.
During the first week here, I received a lot of training and reading materials from work. By Thursday I was teaching. Yes, Thursday. I am blessed. My class had two students. They were easy on me. By week two, I was teaching several classes, and although lesson planning made me extremely self-conscious, and meeting my classes for the first time made me nervous, I couldn't have asked for a better place to work. Let me explain my job. I ...
... were doing.
Up until the 1980s Costa Rica experienced rampant deforestation, losing over half of its original forest cover. Since then, the government has enacted stringent laws to protect forests and rivers, yet these laws are rarely enforced. Because of this, even if it’s your own private property, it is illegal to cut trees without permission from MINAE, the government resources agency. MINAE rarely grants permission to cut trees, so in theory ...