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The past couple of days have been really relaxing. I am definitely enjoying my last week or so before I have to go back to the real world and start teaching again. This last week is going to be just what I need. Today, I found a hostel that I am going to try, called Casa Ridgeway. It's in San Josť, right near the city center. It will be nice to be …
... pineapple and sugar cane plantations with other mystery plants called Heart of Palm. I had an opportunity to photograph the bananas at the boat landing later that afternoon.
Our first visit was to a privately owned section of rain forest which has been set up to give opportunities of walking in the rain forest and travelling in cable car gondola to travel through the forest, firstly at about half the tree height and on the return at or above the ...
... to be creative. You cannot just sit around all day and wait for a ministry to come to you- you need to make up your own and get started! So this is what I was prepared to do during my stay in Costa Rica, start finding my own thing to do. I was determined not to be disappointed by shut doors and just to keep searching until I find what God has for me. It wasn't until the end of this week that I even thought to pray about it. So this ...
... check out downtown San Jose. We were surprised at the Costa Rican mentality, having been in Asia for a while, which is modest. In Costa Rica, people are openly affectionate in public and we were surprised to see everyone very well dressed, perhaps more modern and trendy than most countries, we even saw a few punks. In fact, the punk hair style seems to be a trend among men, with some preferring piercings all over their faces.
... sat in the way back, close to the bathrooms and a group of tattooed-up bros... they were all boozing and really loud and rambunctious. They even started sending up beers to girls a few rows up (who were incidentally also tattooed up and rambunctious). These kids were probably headed to Jaco or the likes. We didn't see any young, wild crowd for the remainder of our trip.
We saw a lot of hills on the way down. To think we would be climbing the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed