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Travel Blogs from San Jose
Highlights: 1. A great run with my new amiga. We tried our own route on Tuesday which involved dodging cars and hurdling bottomless ditches. I talked to my host mom afterwards and she said 'oh no! Go the opposite way! It's much prettier and way less cars'. She was right. Lesson learned: just take the minute to ASK. 2. My friend was running a bit late for the bus ride to class, so I had to make a decision: to jump on without her or wait and possibly show up late to class. I chose #1 ...
... 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 ...
... with sweat by the time I got there. First thing I saw was the swimming pool and a sun lounger. I didnīt move for the afternoon. I eventually made it down to the beach, via the street vendors and market stalls, which only sold clothing items emblazoned with "Pura Vida" or "No army, no war, no violence" and variations of. Apparently, pura vida, which literally means pure life, can be used to mean a variety of things. In response to how are you? as well as a greeting, ...
... I believe Bethany is going to babysit for their children for a few days. What a great place to be babysitting. She gets to play with them on the beach (:
I am missing Tyler so much....he was our head chef among other things. He did some cooking for the Howler Monkey Hotel and taught a lady how to steam hamburgers in water and she has decided to serve them in her restaurant in Cabuya and call them Tyler burgers....his claim to fame in Cabuya. We posted ...
1.) Pavement is optional. With the exception of the highway near San Jose, the roads that we travelled on were paved by someone with some serious ADD. A section of road would be paved, this would be followed by a section of gravel road (Saskatchewan's gravel roads look like freeways in comparison), followed by another section of pavement, followed by more gravel. The road up to Monteverde was 45 minutes of ...
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