Hotel Casa Alegre / Posada Nena
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We wrapped up our stay at the Casa Alegre Hotel in Santa Ana. We really enjoyed walking around this quaint old downtown. While Santa Ana is now surrounded by the encroaching suburbs and commercialism of Escazu, the town center still has a great community feel. We really enjoyed the hotel and getting to know the staff and other guests. Pictured you …
... time. Our dinner was typical Costa Rican food and consisted of rice that was lightly spiced, Mexican style beans, chicken with vegetables and tomato, fried plantain and avocado. It was delicious! On Sunday we decided to head into downtown San Jose. We met a Australian girl called Pricilla who is also staying at the hostel and we headed off to catch the bus with her. We eventually got to the right bus stop and got on the bus to San Jose. It's difficult when you don't speak ...
This is no way to re-enter the world of blogging after such a respite. Though, I felt compelled to write, and since the impetus comes so rarely, I thought I'd follow it through. This is very reactionary and emotional. Perhaps I should wait to post it--cool off, edit, remember to breathe. Bu no. You all know me well enough to appreciate my raw emotion and understand that I feel deeply. My heart is like ...
... Ah what’s a blog entry without a Jymism.
So we returned to Peace lodge and decided to try the la Paz Gardens which are part of the property but sort of a tourist theme park by day. They have some caged animals which makes it sort of a zoo I guess. These animals are all animals that have come here via the wildlife agency here and have been abused or otherwise are incapable of life out in the wild. It still makes me a bit sad to ...
... perhaps most dramatically in the field of ethics,) and I found myself questioning the outward expression of my values and the role of disclosure of personal ethics in the classroom. Today's UPeace class discussion dealt with ethics in negotiation and mediation. Is it ethical to engage in mediation efforts if there is an imbalance of power between the negotiating parties? Things like that. A few weeks ago, UPeace was approached by a former ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking