Hotel Catedral Casa Cornejo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We went to the mall/bus depot to grab a Metro bus pass and Jake some shower sandals. Our plan was to take the Metro bus to Albrook, purchase our 11pm San Jose tickets, find lockers for our bags and maybe head to the free jazz festival past Mira Flores...or maybe hit up a movie in the mall. Second snag - no lockers. Okay, maybe they will let us in a movie with our bags. Let's get our tickets first. Third snag - ...
... capital. Johnny our tour guide made contact and will speak again tomorrow when the rest of the group arrive.
It was raining when we arrived as it's just coming to the end of the rainy season, but should improve, apart from the ubiquitous heavy shower every afternoon. Steamy but not too hot at 9 pm. The room has air conditioning, but I turned mine off because of the noise. Not much sleep anyway as we are 6 hours behind GMT hence thought it was nearly time together ...
... and we make it back without incident.
Prior to our departure we meet Gene, who is, oddly enough a 1982 graduate of our own Wando High!! He is a part time resident and home owner in Costa Rica, here for the next 2.5 months to work on his families home, which backs up to the jungle in Hacienda Baru. He is wonderful a addition to the group and is very happy to inform us about anything we have questions about.
The pool as ...
... are signifcantly limited.
Few residents have expressive language capabilities. Gestures, invented sign language, and vocalizations are their predominate means of communication.
THE CRAFT PROJECTS we selected craft projects relatively easy to make and that would promote fine motor as well as academic skills development.
Most Manos Abiertas students can only use one hand, their other upper extremity affected by ...
... the impermanence of it all.
Other than this powerful lesson that I am still coming to grasp I have recognised some of the problems that comes with old age and geriatric healthcare. Loss of friends and families, lack of social support, alcoholism/addiction, miscommunication, obesity and other comorbidities, mental health issues and uncomfortable procedures such as rectal exams are just some of the things I have plunged into while working there. Depending on your viewpoint but ...