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Travel Blogs from Jaco
... of the student's iPods. We had a lot of
laughs with Jason's antics and the students' singing. We stopped at Crocodile
road and saw enormous crocs lying in the river and sunning themselves. It's
While on the beach, we saw a bunch of red macaws flying
around and squawking in trees, and then saw a pair of them fighting mid-air.
They are beautiful birds and so amazing to see their natural lives. We sat in
... bat, it is only found here in Costa Rica!" he announced.
We all looked up at the same time and we found a tiny white thing attached to the palm leaf. A few pictures and we moved on. The trail was covered with so many dried brown leaves and it gave me the creeps every time I stepped. I was extra cautious and made use of my eagle eyes in case there was a snake hiding under the leaves.
The two other Canadians and Luis went off the trail. We ...
... here, Jaco is giving us some lasting memories:
1- Es muy dificil aprender espanol. Our Monday to Friday routine starts somewhat comically with our hand-holding walk to school (sometimes DH lets me carry her books). And if you've ever wondered what happened to those tiny desk-chair combos that were used by Elementary Schools years ago, apparently some were shipped to Costa Rica for a second life. After erasing the board, and turning on the fan, I squeeze ...
... owner holds reins in one hand, a pretty blue parasol in the other. The daily commute, for some. Besides my own caffeine fuelled motvations, the real rationale for coming was to peel back the layers of this highly political crop, to understand why a nation of seriously gourmet coffee growers became a slave to their own gold. Actually I should rephrase that; its more accurate to assert that the farmers were never slaves to a plant per say, more a rapidly fluctuating ...
... Playing with my camera and not checking my battery before we left turned into a dead battery before we finished swimming.
After lunch we had some free time before the banana boat ride which is a yellow tube with handles that seats 6 and the tender pulls you around and tries to dump you off. Debbie was not up for that and I got dumped off. Walks along the waters edge to the aviary for some exotic birds that were out in the open and ...