Hotel Aeropuerto Costa Rica
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Last day in Costa Rica. Started off with a nice walk through the forest then along the beach. Enjoyed our final breakfast at Bosque then packed our stuff. Made it to our final hotel and enjoyed a garden area before settling in for our final night.
... can see how troubling it is for a Costa Rican to go to the USA and find that my country does not return the favor... and how rude and impolite some people can be. Oh well... She goes on to give a bit more insight into Costa Rican culture: "Most of the poor people here are not actually Costa Rican, but Nicaraguan immigrants." "So do they come and work hard and eventually join the middle class as well?" I ask. "Many of them do--we try to trea them well and help them ...
... which was very fun even though it was a Wednesday night. This weekend we are going to Palamares tomorrow for our last time at the festival which ends this weekend. On Saturday a very large group of us are going to Jaco beach and I am staying till Monday with some others because we don't have class. I am staying is a hostel for my very first time (ahhhh) but its pretty much everyone from our USAC group so it should be fine. Also need to correct my tan lines...
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... We created a tactile version of Eric Carle's book and provided materials for the Residents to make their own version, which turned out to be even more creative than ours. This project had multiple purposes, including literacy empowerment, fine motor skills development, and sensory stimulation, especially for the young children at Manos Abiertas. The tactile version was created by the older ...