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- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
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... mercy. I was not very good but it was still fun for me nonetheless. Every day I played for about 3 hours until I finally admitted defeat, and retreated to the hotel room. Sometimes the instructor would play as well. When they did, everybody else looked like a beginner water volleyball player. I learned a lot of handy tricks from the instructors like how to serve properly. What you had to do was throw the ball up, jump a millisecond after you do, and then slam the ball with your ...
... he taught me to drive stick shift in the truck!! I was actually pretty good! Although it was a diesel truck and apparently it's almost impossible to stall with diesel sticks. Regardless, I was super stoked about it!
We made some smoothies with a bunch of fruit he had, they were amazing! Mango, watermelon, papaya, a mystery fruit, and bananas. So so good! He put some vodka in mine, and it was quite tasty. We both showered and then he ...
... health industry and moving to Gold Coast and wants to catch up when we return and wanted more information etc about travel and health stuff. Was awesome to meet someone with very similar interests and ideas as the two of us as made the conversations easily flow. We pack our bags in prep for an early start tomorrow and hope that tomorrow goes smoothly with no issues passing immigration and catching our shuttle-bus-shuttle to Monteverde. Good thing the hostel has ...
... round organising things and partying so we decided to visit the big Jesus statue on the hill. We left it a bit late, but Ryan had some urgent tests to do (work stuff) so was necessary. The party was starting at 1:30pm so we had a couple hours. It took us about 40 minutes to get there, crossing a small suspension bridge which for once actually felt like one, it moved a lot! The hills were steep too but we finally made it too the top and we had a great view ...
Another day cruising. Today I attended two packed talks on the Panama Canal. These were excellent presentations and we are looking forward to the event in a couple of days. Wendy covered for me at Spanish as I skipped class. As usual, interesting conversation at meals. At breakfast Geoff sat with a couple of ex teachers and all came to the same conclusions about education today- well in Australis and the US anyway. At tea we chatted with Canadians from ...