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... is only 3ft away. So is freedom.
It seems we don’t own an incredible flying dog after all: only a smart and stubborn one who wanted to get out of the house real bad. Sometimes Mai and I dream of installing “critter cams” on our four-legged friends’ heads, just to see what they do when we are not around. Today’s movie would deserve to be named “The Great Escape”.
... bus and had paid for tickets, so without enough room we were told we had to get off and we were sent back to the building.
We asked around about what to do and tried to get a taxi out and rechecked the ATM later. Someone suggested we sell Mikes watch to get money.
We then saw a group of people who had just gotten off a bus walk toward this road with a smaller building in the center. We followed these people and realized it wasnt the end ...
... time for teachers to catch up with the paper work.Center is very beautiful and you can see that teachers there really take care of it. There are pictures on the walls and some posters that were made by children and previous volunteers.You can feel lots of positive energy and compassion here.
Volunteers can participate ...
... Uplifting - the fact that the program is government funded, is run by well educated and professional Costa Rican's and is propelled by passionate volunteers. This made me feel very uplifted as I left Ostional. It is a place of true natural beauty and tranqulity. I feel fortunate to have been a very small part of it all. But mostly, that i was on the way back to Stacey after our separate work, to team up again and continue our adventure together. :-D
Fred and I had beach time for the first couple of days. Enjoyed frolicking in the waves. The last day we did a little souvenir shopping. We ended our day jumping in the swimming pool at the hotel and listened to the monkeys.
(As I am writing this from home now, I will end the blog here. We did take the early, EARLY bus ride of about 5 hours back to Alajuela so we could spend the last night within ...