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... recorder he demonstrated on, and then passed around class for students to use. One recorder for 40 kids. The second half of the class was simply working on rhythm through clapping and stomping. At break, one of the kids grabbed josh and took him out for an potential game if futball, but the older kids were on the field already, so they just hung out. We in fact lost him for a bit, as the kids took him for a walk around school to ask ...
Got dropped off in town and had a drink in the treehouse which is a restauarant built around a big tree. We were on the first floor and had a fair few branches close to us. A treehouse is a bit of a stretch of a name, but interesting nonetheless and drinks not massively pricey.
For dinner we went to Soda Las Salvadita a bit north of town. We were only ones in there and served by a child, but food was good.
We went to bed hoping the roads tomorrow would not be too ...
... en mi propiedad?!” Instead he gave one of the friendliest, “buenas dias!” I’ve had yet. As you can tell my overall impression of Costa Ricans is they are very friendly and kind.
Another small town element is that there are dogs running loose all over Santa Elena/Monteverde. They are all very friendly and seem to belong to someone, but many times one will follow you all the way down to the store or home from the ice cream place. The girls love it, ...
Finally, after years of dreaming of sailing on a tall masted ship, namely the Windstar, we arrived in Puerto Caldero, CR, and boarded the Wind Spirit. We nested in our spacious cabin with two large portholes, (all the cabins have the same 2 portholes) and got our sea legs. This means not falling over when the ship rocks. I love the rocking, and fortunately neither of us are afflicted with motion sickness.
We were driven 3 hours from Fortuna to ...
From aerial trams in the rain forest; to zip lining, to boat rides, a wide range of activities make-- the most of Puerto Caldera. Our guide for the day was Luis (again) of Los Suenos Travel who took us first to the 64 mile- long Taracoles River. There was an entrance fee for independent guests and a fee for the boat ride. There were twelve of us in the group, 4 Canadians, 2 Americans, 2 Australians, 1 Englishman and 3 visiting Taiwanese.
Our first animal ...