Hotel Cortez Azul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... ve been walking on cold, hard floors for two weeks. The hotel had a trail leading through a ...
... with alternative forms of communication. I learned how to read inventive signing and how to use body language, facial expressions, and even touch to convey and receive meaning. One resident could experience the world through the use of one hand, but it was evident in his touch that he was attempting to reach out and communicate with others and his environment. I also learned how to work ...
... coffee bushes. The leftover pulp that is removed in the earlier steps is composted and put back into the land.
After learning the whole milling process we drove down the road to where the coffee is grown. Picking coffee is not easy work, and you can see how steep the rows are on the hilly land. After walking around the property we retired to the family home where we ...
... to grab a bite and head to two other local bars with good food - both are closed. Turns out if there aren't enough people to warrant keeping the bar open, they shut down early. We head to a local chinese food place, I'm not typically a fan of chinese food - but it has never looked or tasted so good. 2.8 Colones for a heaping plate of food - not bad. We decide to call it a night. Thanks Julian for completely turning our day ...
... in, for the five week expedition), but also get a taste of Tico family life. Upon arrival I was whisked to one of the tastiest lunches I've had in ages at 'Cafe Delicious', which lived up to it's name. This was followed by a whistlestop visit to the town of Grecia, to see the beautiful brick red metal church with gingerbread trimming, which was strangely built in Belgium and shipped over in 1887. ...