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... I haven't made any calls yet. Pretty much all the utilities in Costa Rica are government controlled via ICE (pronounced ee-say, because Spanish), and historically there are reports of slow-to-progress issues. However, it seems that the cellular network has come a long way fairly quickly.
One thing I did forget to do before leaving the US was getting my iPhone 4 completely setup with my ...
... the Central and Southern Pacific regions. The scenery was incredibly beautiful. No other word can possibly describe the vistas we passed.
To our surprise, the roads were in far better condition than we had read. It was at this point that many of us began to realize that the material on the Internet pertaining to Costa Rica is badly outdated. Even so, our ride to the Pacific coast was anything but comfortable. For hours, we went from straight up to ...
... ll see how things go! Tomorrow we head back to Manos Abiertas, and Pam (another faculty who is an OT) has to leave tomorrow...she's having a hard time emotionally breaking away from the kids. It's definitely a challenge. I wish I could photograph their smiley faces and record their laughs, so when I'm having a hard day, I can look at them and smile.
Again, I'm sorry for those of you who have to shovel snow...I'm not gonna lie...I'm glad it's 90 degrees here. Until ...
During my time here I plan on looking further into the economical, political, and social situations within the country. Within these three categories, I hope to spend some time researching things like the unemployment rate and quality of living in order to gain a better understanding of how these factors affect peoples lives in this country.
... horns. The patient also was not doing well under anesthesia and Anna was getting very stressed dealing with the prolonged surgery, emergency medicine, and treatment. The patient responded well in the end and was sent home with extra antibiotics and anti-inflammatory drugs to help with the healing process. Over the two days we neutered 40+ animals and treated 75+ patients total.