Holiday Inn Express San Jose Airport
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Apparently, it is the national day to celebrate trees. No one except the administration knew it, so to the surprise of many of the teachers here, an assembly was set up for third period. Young students presented passages about the importance of trees...fruit, flowers, homes for animals, etc. as with all ceremonies here, it started with the national anthem and the San Carlos ...
... but what we experienced left us hungry for more. The incredible Atacama desert where we undertook a variety of outdoor pursuits, from star gazing (we saw Saturn with all its rings!), to sand boarding, floating in salt water lakes and standing beside active geysers, the Atacama is a natural treasure! The salt flats tour again provided a feast for the eyes as we cruised past some exotic coloured lakes, Dali- esque rock formations, stopping for a photo with flamingos ...
... if I do say so myself, and a few other places.
While trekking about, we went to a market. This is where I learned the meaning, “Pura Vida” rather than saying, good afternoon as a greeting or salutation we were told and heard other Ticos says amongst each other was this phrase. As I am sure as you can guess, the exactly translation is “pure life” but the meaning is “full of life” or “this is ...
... I went to my first soccer game at the stadium. It was Saprissa vs CartaginÚs... The teams from San Jose and Cartago. They are the two biggest cities in Costa Rica and are less than an hour apart, so it is a pretty crazy rivalry.
Our van driver from the ICDS trip we went on last weekend to Monteverde (more on that later) mentioned that his son played professional soccer for Cartago, and he would give us a ride to the game if we wanted. So ...
... and just leave them there without any type of monitoring where they then die. So yeah congrats you 'rehabilitate' animals who then die, good job. Think I'd rather be in an enclosure and loved, looked after and fed all my life then dumped on a mountain where I'm not able to look after myself and either starve to death or get eaten by something. Grr. I'm totally going to go on a tour next time and be a total ***** and ask them loads of horrid questions. It's SO bad ...