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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
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... about 27C (somewhere in the low 80’sF) and feels more like hot bath than a refreshing dip in the Pacific.
In the late afternoons towards the end of the week, the whole sky was lit up buy phenomenal thunderstorms far in the distance. I could sit and get lost in the beauty and power of Mother Earth that I call Costa Rican TV. So much better than any program you’ll ever watch.
Every night we all headed ...
... but what I wasn't prepared for was the smell. My god it stunk and I mean stunk. I went and told Sam and allis and they came and had a look. By this time some of the others on the beach had seen it too and a crowd was starting to form. You could see from everyone's expression this was a rare a disheartening thing. Allis measured it and took downs it's tag number and said the vultures would take care of it. By the time we did ...
... by talking with previous hosts and seeing if they know other people that would be interested. And by talking with them I mean I took my local friend with me and made him do most of the work and I sat there and tried to answer a few questions ;) Tonight I have to set up the host family for the volunteer that is coming this weekend and then go to a few other family's houses. Wish me luck!!
... with snakes, these amateur hikers were unfazed and took off for the summit full of energy. While we suffered a minor hiccup of going left instead of right at the edge of the parking lot, it was smooth sailing for at least the first 500 metres... Then it was a brutal 2 hour steep sweaty climb through a combination of unshaded farmland and dense jungle. We did eventually reach the summit though where the relief of the girls in particular was palpable, Sarah expressing herself ...
Day 24: We finally got round to finishing the EFR course today. We did secondary care this time and all went pretty well except for when I had to do the triangular bandage, I think the last time I did this I was about 7. That thing is a little bit tricky, also I get to get it all wrong whilst Julian sees everything I do wrong and then knows what to do. I need to stop going first ha! But genuinely I was being a bit special and took ...