Hotel Aeropuerto Costa Rica
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
... ve learnt a lot from that situation. Sam and I have been met with so much kindness and humbling hospitality by the people of Costa Rica, especially in the last week. I feel like an absolute moron for ever thinking it would be any other way.
I read something in my book on the bus today that has really stuck with me:
"For me it defined why to travel, why to live. It said to be stripped to nothing but your good nature and wits as often as possible, and to survive by them."
Our trip began with a very early wake up call, 4am for me...flight leaving at 8:20am. We left an hour late, due to some sort of passenger issue, which made our connection in Miami a little tight. I didn't receive a seat assignment when we left DC for the MIA to San Jose flight, so I hurried to the gate and ended up with a middle seat (again)...but got to sit in the aisle so a small family could sit together. Score! Our flight from MIA to SJO ...
... Deron) happened to be in town for business, so he picked us up from the airport, and took us to our hotel, and we visited with him for an hour or so before he headed back to his hotel.
The other sort of funny thing that happened here - the hotel was normally $100 a night, but their "distressed traveler" program meant we got the room for only $60. The woman at the hotel was on only her second day of the job, so ...
... beans is the staple of everywhere we're going to!
Taking a trip to the Poas Volcano tomorrow - if we're lucky we'll see it, if not you'll get pictures of clouds.
And a bit of an update from me (Jan) on the size of the people in this country. People in Manhattan were extremely skinny compared to the Ticos. Rice and beans does seem to be very nutritious, as there are many "big boned" people around. Just thought I mention ...