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... There’s more. A chase lounger is next to the fireplace large
enough to fit two people comfortably. At the entrance to the room there is a
stone floor and cypress wood cabinets that hold the refrigerator and safe. The
countertop is also cypress wood and has set ups for both wine and coffee and
anything else you might want. There’s more. Off the main room is a large
balcony with a Jacuzzi, hammock, glass-topped wicker table and Costa Rican
... por un Techo". It is an organization that tries to make people aware of the inequalities in Costa Rican society and how by just donating small amounts of time, money, and/or resources, people can make a difference in their neighborhoods. Got to meet many students and my Spanish was put to the test once again. We played some games in Spanish which was super challenging but really fun and we helped to create a huge banner to be put up around town. Then we went back ...
That night for dinner, Leslie and I joined a group of people from the conference. We went just a couple of blocks from the hotel to a restaurant called Fogo Brasil. It was a carnivore's paradise!
First, there is a massive salad bar, soup bar and pasta bar. Then, when one is ready for meat, one simply flips the plastic disk on the table from the red side to the green side. Once that is done the servers stop by with all ...
... across and caught a bus to San Jose on the other side. But since we did not have a reservation, we got stuck in the very back beside the washroom. 7 hours of the worst, most nauseating smell radiating out from the stall.... The kind of smell that is so pungent, you can actually taste it. Two German backpackers were stuck back there with us as well and they were gagging from it.
-Arrived in San Jose, Costa Rica to a super sketchy bus terminal and ...
... cómo conjugar los verbos irregulares en tiempo presente. ( I learned a lot from him, including how to conjugate irregular verbs in the present tense.) There is SO much to learn, and as the days go by, I am understanding more and more. My only real problems comes when I try and speak to people in Spanish! I need more confidence for this! After class on tuesday we took the cooking class, not only to learn how to cook traditional Costa Rican food, but also for ...