Apartotel Linda Vista
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... area of Escazu is up in the hills above San Jose. It has a strong local organization that protects the environment as well as the traditions of the area. Our visit included a famous local artist's workshop and a farm that still processes sugar cane the old fashioned way.
Don Gerardo Montoya carries on his father's business of creating ...
... across the street overlooking the Pacific Ocean. We have hot water and actual mattresses and pillows. With a twinge of guilt but mostly great appreciation for these basic amenities we check in.
We take a tour of Costa Rica's Manuel Antonio Reserve which is a lush jungle forest on the coast. It is beautiful and we see monkeys, Costa Rican racoons, sloths and other critters in ...
... difference was really noticeable even though it was only about an hours drive. For lunch we went to a really cool taco bar and I had their 'famous' fish taco which was really good. I had a fish called Mahi (or dorado) which I don't think I have had before, it was a really tasty and meaty white fish. The rainforest was really beautiful but we hardly saw any wildlife! You could hear so many birds but there was such dense foliage that they ...
... is really amazing to see the differences from the start of the year. Though they have been keeping me on my toes they have kept me laughing along the way. Here are some good stories from class:
Student's spelling sentence, "I glared at the hot girl." (proof students are starting to change!)
"I want to be a professional player." - 10 year old boy
"Ms. DeGreeff, why are you so cute?" - one of my students
Student 1: Ms. DeGreeff, did ...
... and then Emily's (eating, drinkies, snooker and table tennis). We had to wake early as we were to leave at 7am. I'm slowly getting back into the groove of Tico Time but Morgan stills struggles with the 2 hour lapse. We left at 9:10. He is understandably exhausted both physically and mentally. At 11am he went very pale. With much coercion, he lay down, and it took him all of 1 min to crash for 2 ...