Casa Luna Hotel & Spa
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... Esperanza (mi mama Tica) told me that the main character was from Venezuela. She was beautiful so I wasn't surprised. She then told me that in January, the actress and her husband went back to Venezuela to visit, and help the community. They were robbed and killed when she was only 28 years old. This was crazy to me, because it goes to show my mom is always right and she has been right about the dangers of Venezuela all along. Me da tristeza. ...
On this day, I finally got to try the obligatory zip line. We lucked out because the previous night it had started to rain and it continued into the morning.
By 9AM however, it cleared up and we had a great view of the Arenal volcano on the way to the zip line place: Sky Adventures.
To get to the zip lines, we first had to take the Tram all the way up. Once there, we had amazing views of Lake ...
... Canada finally won what felt like a never ending game with a final score of 1-0! Great job Carey!
The jump was even more nerve destroying! Phil had already bungee jumped before but seemed even more nervous than me, which of course made me more nervous! What did I get myself into!?!? Hahaha... the view from the platform was absolutely incredible, but, we were not allowed to have our cameras to take pictures ...
... 4. Saying I don't know will never be a sufficient answer. You'll have to do better than that.
5. Take lots and lots of notes. Writing things down helps your memory.
6. You should not feel completely lost, but you should feel a bit overwhelmed in your language class. If you're not overwhelmed, your class is probably too easy for you.
7. Thinking until your brain gets tired is hard work, JUST DO IT.
... right choice over a horse ride, though I'm sure that would have been cool too. I can't recommend it strongly enough to anyone coming to the area, and we got a little sales pitch about their other programs; honestly, their Spanish class program does sound really cool, and a good deal (about 600 a week, including homestay with a family), if anyone was looking for an international Spanish class.
After that, we headed back to our hotel; ...