The Chocolate Hotel and 5 Star Hostel
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... has been a challenge. It is refreshing
to visit this place of tranquility. I spent the afternoon relaxing; I had
worked most of Sunday and decided it was time to just relax. I took a swim in
the river and had a nice fish pedicure. Aka. I sat on a rock with my feet in a
small pool and let the little fishes clean my feet of dead skin, they were
charging $50 bucks for this in Cancun!
After some time by the river I moved on to rest in a hammock. I ...
... other English
speaking students who were all in the same situation as me. I built deep bonds
with these people and I remember crying on the plane home at the end of the
trip. I traveled to Colorado with my two
best friends, and I cried the day they left and I was suddenly more alone than
I had ever been before…but I wasted no time in building a new life in Colorado
and looking back making the move here was the best decision of my life. This
Today was a very laid back day. Although we didn't stay out late the night before I still managed to sleep in until almost 10 o’clock! (I had gotten up at 6am and written in my journal for a bit before giving sleep a second try). I went over to the restaurant and the whole family was in there cooking breakfast, in no time someone handed me a plate and a cup of coffee. After breakfast I walked with Fabri and Omar to the school ...
... the rain and plans for the day, I complimented his cooking and asked if he would teach me Costa Rican cooking sometime. He agreed happily. I gathered my things and donned my raincoat.
wasn't in the office long before Giovanni (I had been selling his name Juanne
for some time, finally asked him how it is spelled, the way it is pronounced in
Spanish you would never guess it was an Italian name!) and ...
... and I recorded their responses. I still have much work ahead of me to transcribe then translate the responses from my recordings and of course many more surveys and interviews to do. At this rate I will have a respectable number of responses and my study population will be of a good size to validate my results.
Even with the language barrier I could feel the passion these women have toward sustainable and organic agriculture. It ...