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Costa Rica is considered an oasis in Central America, a country that has flourished for over 60 years with out an army. Pura Vida meaning pure life is the phrase that rolls off everyone's tongues as a greeting, farewell and just a statement. When Christopher Columbus first anchored on the east coast in Puerta Limon, he believed that there was a lot of gold to be had. But when he sailed back to Seville in Spain to ask Queen Isabel to make him governor of the land, she was on her death ...
... would be my ride. I
am not sure of the breed of horses here, but they remind me of Morgans, they
are petite and powerful. It was easy to climb onto Maya, she wasn’t a tall horse
and she was well mannered. The dogs excitedly raced out ahead of us as we went
through the tunnel of palms that mark the driveway for Simpre Verde. We
followed the road a short time before turning off onto a narrower road, then
off on ...
... br> pulled, into my sleeves, into my gloves…the little *(insert swear word of your
choice)* stung so bad when they bit but they were so tiny it was impossible to
feel them on your skin until it was too late.
Soon, however, I started to learn what their hives looked like and I
could pull the weeds near them quickly and move on before they found me.
Luckily the stinging only lasted a moment and was neutralized by water so I was
... enough. One of these days I
will get a good look. I made it to the
office around 8:00am and started working on my research, emails and my blog. By
10:00am Javier was in the office and ready to start the day’s activities and I
had fine-tuned my survey was ready to implement it.
climbed into the rugged old land rover style vehicle and we took off to visit
some women farmers. Javier stopped ...
At 1:30 the Kindergarten kids came in. This week they are learning the letter D and the activity of the day was digging for dinosaur bones and gluing them on to a Xeroxed skeleton. Bags of sand had been prepared, and seeded with handfuls of penne pasta. Each child was to find 15, and then glue them. Dirty process, but they loved it. Meradith used the term "archeological dig" with them.
I gave them a candy ...