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... Class was better today. No tears and we got to talk a lot about Costa Rican culture. More on that later, but it was nice to learn that any snakes or ranas (frogs) that are red and yellow are poisonous and they are prevalent in the mountains/ rainforests. See my teachers super helpful picture ;) 3. So I have a classmate from holland that has gotten sick from the food at the school so she decided to try the mall food today. When we got there we decided to go our ...
... country. Once that was done over to the Costa Rican side where there were none of these vultures as, basically they are not allowed there, the officials are helpful and it is ordered compared to all the others. The insurance office was hidden but aprt from that is was fairly quick. Due to the heat I locked my jacket away but was still dripping with sweat.
Once on the road the difference was noticable. The surface was very good, there ...
... when you feel like you can't keep your energy for life up, a better way of putting is not having enough sunshine in your life and when you are with people that have that sunshine you can stand in that sunshine for a little bit while the storm passes. I think the Costa Rican people share their sunlight unknowingly.
I was sitting next to a woman with a baby and two small children. The children were going crazy!!! Yet she had this really ...
... going through immigration and customs. That was virtually painless except that my suitcase was one of the last to come out and we were thinking that it had dissapeared. As we left the airport building there were throngs of people hawking their taxis and limos. Right in the middle of them was a diminutive girl named Pamela with a sigh with our name on it. She and ...
... we had another new friend that had opened up to us in a personal way and the connection was made.
Back to our abuela’s house and then a walk to the local “pulperia” for a few munchies and a bottle of wine with Royce and Dali. We said goodnight to our new friend and made our way back home with Dali in tow. After sharing our wine with abuela and her daughter we called it a night. We were in bed by 8:30 or ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility