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... various things, but we're all visitantes that speak some English, so that's been beyond helpful. -house rules: 10 min. showers max, Dinner at 6, quiet after 10pm, no TP in the toilet. I'll let that last one sink in... -first day of class: 5 hours of Spanish amid 4 total students and one teacher. All in Spanish except for a few words here and there. I have homework, but forgot my ...
... we did this to humans they will not be able to survive.
Some people have to always do something everyday and not stop and look at the beauty around . just stop and take a breath and look at the nature around you.
Costa Rican people have thought me that I have to much clutter in our house and we over eat and over spend. When ...
... control; a free bike buggy across the border to the Panama side, priority passport control and luggage search to enter Panama; and a free packet of cookies. Once I got off in Panama City, the driver gave me his metro card to get the bus to the airport so I didnīt have to queue for a ticket and I was then offered a wheelchair all the way to the departure gate.
Everyone was so kind to me. From the moment my injury became apparent, until I was sat on the plane. People ...
On Tuesday, Bethany, Jenna, Hannah and I got up at 3:30am to take Tyler to catch the 5:30am Paquera ferry to the airport in Alajuela to fly home. It was sad to see him go.
Hannah and I dropped off Bethany & Jenna in San Jose. They will continue to explore the caribbean side of Costa Rica and may go into Nicauraga during their time here.
Hannah & I stopped in a nice town called Alajuela. Where we found pigeons ...
... of your first stop, you were to pull into something called the Toucan Ranch and your first sight was that of the long extinct Dodo bird- we simply didn't have the heart to tell her it was actually a Toucan (hence the name... Toucan Ranch??) but we were all quickly distracted by the star residents of the Ranch- the sloths.
We had stumbled on the Toucan Ranch almost by accident- our first plan (and bucket list item) was to visit the very famous ...