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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
... at reception a few minutes too late and missed the last available beds, so we had to find a new place to stay. Ending up at a bar that also has some hostel rooms and seems home to resident surfers, we spent the night clearing our room of huge toads and spiders, before having a drink in the bar with French Sam and Alessandro (the Italian I'd met in Liberia), who was randomly in Dominical at the same time.
The next day I hung out with Saila and Maiju more ...
... We washed it all down with fruit juice or orange Fanta.
After dinner, the young dancers danced for us to traditional Costa Rican music. The girls spun dizzying pirouettes in their full white dresses, and the men tapped their boots and tipped their cowboy hats. When they had completed a few dances and vacated the dance floor, we guessed the traditional portion of the night was over when Usher came on over the loudspeakers. The ...
... quarters of the population will be watching it on TV - that's nearly 4 million Ticos!! Vamos Ticos Vamos!
Last week was not a good week for Morgan so this week we decided to have the week together and just chill. On Friday night, the flood gates opened and out came 5 weeks of sadness. It's so hard for him to sustain focus in class as the sensation of drowning in Spanish is sometimes too ...
... of understanding what people say. Nonetheless, even though I'm more often confused than not, I'm glad to be totally immersed in the Spanish language. I hope this will make my Spanish skills stick for good.
Whoa, I got majorly sidetracked there. Anyway, my hermano menor is obsessed with pigeons or palomas for some reason. I was confused why until we walked into El Central de Cultura and saw a group of children chasing pigeons all around us. I guess Costa ...