Finca Monte Claro
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That evening back at the hostel we decided to go out for dinner with the two Dutch interns at the Spanish school, Anna and Manon, two other Dutch guests and the Belgian boy I was sharing a room with. We ended up having a lovely meal at Turrialba's nicest restaurant (this is not saying that much per se, though the food was indeed great) and afterwards we met up with half of the Dutch boys group at Leland's bar for a few more drinks to celebrate eh.. our survival? The ...
... own box and other presidents including Obama come here for presidential affairs. Really lovely building. Nice cup of coffee in the cafe too!
We also went on a coffee tour which was interesting and had our lunch served to us on a banana leaf. A stroll around the markets where you can buy amazing fish at ridiculous prices and off we went to the next location.....the ...
... dense canopy situated in the middle of the country. Stuie once again woke with the birds which gave him some time to find a shuttle company online who had a van leaving at 2pm. We we're stoked as this meant we could spend the morning at least enjoying the ocean. So we got up and went for a beautiful run together along the beach, it was early but boy was the sun hot already. The beach was full of people running, swimming and walking their dogs, it wasn't the ...
... treated us all to their expedition song and there was an air of excitement. The VMs were paired up, assigned groups to lead through the days activities and we progressed through a similar set of tasks to our first hours, with ice breakers, orientation and swim test covered off swiftly. The venturers were housed in six "hotels" (tents), each sleeping around six people and a giant "resort" (marquee) for the rest. Showing them their new homes with wooden pallets for ...
So, today we went to a few coffee plants that also had organic farming and learned about the process of how to make coffee and what not. It is amazing how much that goes into coffee.
Who knew that it takes 60 steps to get one cup o coffee? Talk about being appreciative for manual labor and caffeine! Now when I have coffee, I look at it differently. We also did some manual labor with the first farm. I planted ...