Hotel Fuego del Sol
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Day 18 (I think) The week starts with English in Damas, we are in grade 2 learning insects (butterfly, ant, caterpillar, lady bug). The kids are writing the names of the animals then drawing their pictures. How did I end up in another class drawing animals??? And let me say my ants and caterpillars aren't much better than my kangaroo. Next art workshop and we are making paper snake finger puppets. The kids colour them in and run around hissing at each ...
I have discovered the hardest part of this trip is the comings and goings of all the other volunteers. The weekend started with a farewell to Sonia (a volunteer who arrived on the same day as me). It was really sad to see her all packed up and head off on her own back to San Jose. But this is apparently a regular routine every fortnight. Next to go was Tom (a volunteer from England). So 3 gone in 2 days and we are ...
... the gorges and valleys and hid the mountain peaks from our view.
Since we did not see Ojochal and saw little of Uvita, I was not pleased. We would not have wasted our time with this tour had we been given an honest itinerary. I was also disappointed that our so-called "guide" spent most of his time gossiping with our driver rather than teaching us about Costa Rican culture as had been promised. ...
... listening to the waves as I become in tune with myself an nature. The calm that I have gained will carry me through my travel day, from Playa Hermosa to Puntarenas on bus, to Paquera by ferry and to Montezuma by bus again. Puntarenas is joy to stop in with a market full of locals and the opportunity to try some local street cuisine. The Pipa Fresco is very refreshing and the vigorones is insanely delicious. The vigorones is a leaf shaped as a cone ...
The next morning we woke up for breakfast that was included with the cost of our room. It consisted of coffee, fruit juice, fresh fruit, scrambled eggs, potatoes and toast. While we waited for to go SUPing we chatted with fellow guests. We shared our travels and experiences with one another. A girl named Rachel from Austin, TX was very interested in the life Greg and I have seasonally. She was asking so many questions. It sounded like she wasn't ...