Hotel Cortez Azul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... rates are reasonable however, the insurance you need to buy is a racket. In total, for full coverage and a car, expect to pay $100 per day. We went for full coverage for the extra ten bucks a day. I wasn't planning on painting a number 3 on the side and entering a demolition derby but I just didn't want the hassle of dealing with a foreign company is something went wrong.
The visit to the town of Alajuela was ...
... by the most joyful-sounding screams and shouts, like he was actually enjoying himself and not completely terrified.
Thomas’s jump provided the biggest laughs as we watched him madly flailing his arms through space..
And then it was all over. All five of us conquered the highest bungee jump in Latin America (143 meters) before breakfast.
We relived the experience watching the ...
Woke up at 4am, so annoyed still :( couldn't really go back to sleep, heard Myriam come back at 5am crazy people! Got out of bed at 6am, packed quickly and went down to reception to phone the bus company. No luck but they said they were going to ask the driver and would get back to me... Off we went on the coffee tour with Rachel, Kari, Jane and Nick. Our tour guide was a real nice lady who gave us some highlights ...
... to Pam that you can't really get what happens here unless you have experienced it first hand. We are truly doing such good work and making such big differences...it's just challenging to us to help the students actually see that.
Tomorrow I split between two clinics again. We'll see how it goes...we will be teaching Wii-hab to the folks who work there! And just for the record, today it was about 85 degrees, breezy and sunny. Ahh yes....some would say paradise. ...