Hotel Catedral Casa Cornejo
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... us a cab in 30 seconds flat, we give him the address for the 5000 Colones ($10) ride to Julian's house 4km away in the suburb of Alejuala. He greets us with a warm welcome and glass of red wine. We meet Zaida, his wife who is a Tico (local) and doesn't speak any english. We also meet Steve who is a good friend of Julian's and lives as close as you can get to the Panama border while still living in Costa Rica Playa Pevosa ...
... faces and most were clearly curious about their new neighbours! They chatted to each other and climbed through the trees and after thirty minutes or so they'd all trouped through - pretty damn awesome. The following day was our first working day and we started what would be our routine for the rest of our time on the island. We woke up before dawn at 4.30am, breakfasted at 4.45am and left camp at 5.30am. The previous groups had made good progress on the path and it was down to us ...
Wednesday I had a chat with Ingrid who controls all the documents (customs etc), temperature in the containers and some quality control. The temperature in each container is monitored throughout the entire trip and Ingrid will check that the temperatures were ok and she gets notifications if temperatures have been much higher than they should be (around 6-8 degrees). The temperature can affect the quality of the fruit and so it is key to maintain ...
... I enjoyed working with is deaf, blind, uses a wheel chair, and has the use of only one hand. But HOW he uses that hand to interact with his world! I've never experienced interacting with anyone like him before. I helped Mira with a strategy for developing a communication system for him (cf Anne Sullivan).
PREVIEW WEEK # 2: MU students arrive, Laura has a serious injury, what the residents taught us; the CRAFT PROJECTS! And a fiesta at Manos ...
... the banana cake?'), all he found was a packet of frozen chicken feet. With an absolute look of disgust he said 'If you think I'm eating anything that is prepared in this kitchen this week with chicken, you've got another thing coming'. End of Story
He has been positively salivating over a KFC promo wrap since we arrived. It is called an iWrap - barbaqoa. Yesterday, his dreams came true. This is no ordinary ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility