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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... but I think because I pictured how I make a stir fry and I do make a mean stir-fry, it wasn't really was I expected. She had half cooked huge chunks of veg which were still hard, plain rice and had added no herbs or flavourings what so ever. It looked okay so I began eating it but by about half way through I felt like I was eating bits of cardboard. It was disgusting. The other girl Alexandra was much better, she was Italian so had a bit more imagination ...
... refreshing and powerful. We hiked Cerro Chato which took 4 hours round trip. It is a perfect round lake in the midst of an old cone-shaped volcano. We even had a little spa experience with the little fish that like to nibble your feet. So ticklish. The hike was exerting. They don't believe in switchbacks here...straight up you go. By the time we were done, it was late afternoon so we grabbed dinner in town at a nice ...
... in the end. The work here makes me feel useful, like I help the community even if it's just a tiny bit.
Right now I've been in the park for three weeks, to tell everything I did in these three weeks would take me hours. Instead of doing that I'll tell the highlights, the things that impressed me most.
The first project I did here was the Biogarden, or the 'shitmachine' as the volunteers like to call it. The Biogarden consist of two part. One part is a big tank where ...
... the shop with no way of me getting it off. I was so tired and wanted to get home that I was very close to throwing a tantrum. I couldn't really afford to get a taxi home so I ended up walking all of the way with all of my PADI books in my bag weighing a ton. I then got home and couldn't get in because Esteban has borrowed my keys as he's lost his. So I ended up waiting outside for a bit so I could get in, I just wanted a bloody nap! What a nightmare! After my nap I went ...
... Elena told us that in the dry season Liberia gets 'as hot as hell'.Having experienced a period like that recently in Heredia we had no wish to repeat it.
So instead, we decided to take the jeep/boat/jeep across country to La Fortuna. I knew as soon as the jeep (it was actually more like a minibus, a jeep would have had the suspension to cope with the non existent, at best,virtual road) left Monteverde that we had made the right decision.The scenery as we crossed ...