Hotel Beacon Escazu
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... making compost and organic fruit fertilizer. The students were also given a chance to plant some seeds in their garden as well. It was a great experience for these city kids to get in the dirt and play around and learn a thing or two. You can see a couple pictures of the students at the garden. After visiting the organic garden the students got to work getting our garden prepped, step one, rip out all of the grass. This is tough work! Luckily we have an AMAZING ...
... but after I got to my classroom with my parents I had them doing an activity and finally calmed down and had a great evening. I had parents of 10 of my parents come. It was nice to get to meet them and get to know more about them. It was interesting listening to them introduce themselves and here where they have been or where they work. I have a parent that works for Cargill and actually travels to MN every once in a while, another works on or has a banana plantation for Chaquita ...
... apartments in my complex to have some more drinks and relax after a long week. On Saturday morning my roommate and I headed to the market in Escazu, La Ferria. We were on a mission to get some fresh fruits and veggies for cheap prices! And that we did! It was fun being out with all the locals doing my shopping. I picked up lots of goodies, my favorites would be mangos, avocados, and fresh cilantro. It is so nice being in a country with fresh goodies! After the market we headed back ...
... a teacher that had a car. She took us to a store called Pequeno Mundo. This is like a Dollar Store warehouse (though everything wasn’t a Dollar) full of mostly housing goods! It was great. It allowed me to get some things that made my room feel a little more house like. I got lots of picture frames so I can get pictures up on my wall of all my friends and family. My room is starting to come together J I was excited to get home and get everything together. I spent ...
... 5 blocks farther beyond the Central Plaza. I got there just 40 minutes before closing. I was willing to pay my $8 in dollars to get in however. The two women took my $20 bill and proceeded to work on the computer....and work on the computer....and obviously something wasn't happening. I offered to pay in colones if that would be faster, but no....Finally, as I was getting more agitated with minutes ticking by, they let me in for free. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility