Hilton Garden Inn Liberia Airport
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... objectd to being watched by tourist and started threwing their feaces......luckily missing us, others were not so lucky!
After a few days we decided to return to the capital, San Jose before heading over to the Caribbeann coast. From here we took another day tour which included yet another coffee tour which you have to do with every tour it would seem, a visit to the Poas volcano craters and then to the ...
... and the office is closed for lunch? I confess that I lost my patience for a while, as well as hours at the border between taxes, closed offices and exit and entry stamps.
But all's well that ends well, we are in Nicaragua on the road to the homonymous lake and to the beautiful Ometepe island, prices after crossing the border have more than halved, itching bites have become almost bearable and we are ready to explore many more wonderful places in our last month of travel.
... feet suctioned in the deep mud, I had to bend my knees to keep my feet
from dragging on the ground as Maya sank into the mud. Soon we climbed a small
rise and left the mud behind, Oscar pointed up into the trees…Howler Monkeys!
There was a troop of about 4 adults and a couple of babies. They grumbled at us
a little bit but mostly went on with their business. We broke out of the jungle
and into open fields again. The ...
... my concepts from the journal to my computer. I managed to write up an
outline for a curriculum for the potential course, I made one for Costa Rica
which would be over winter break, another in summer break and one last version
of the course which would be a “local” version held during normal semester
periods and visiting farms in Colorado. I will be in touch with my university
as soon as I get back to internet to start this ...
... the subjects of my study.
last woman of the association that we visited today was older and had a warm
glow about her. She shared coffee with us while we spoke and since she could
not read well we walked through the survey with her. As we talked a mother hen
ushered her chicks into the dirt floored home to get out of the rain. The
children played with a young cat under the kitchen table. An older ...