Hotel Cerro Azul Arenal
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... a Monteverde alle 8 di sera. Qui e’ nuvoloso, umido e fa freddo! Qualche amico ci ha raggiunto per viaggiare con noi per le due settimane seguenti e siamo felici di rivedere delle facce familiari finalmente!
Dopo una cena a base di riso, fagioli e platano andiamo a letto presto in preparazione per il giorno seguente. Monteverde e’ bellissima, ci sono farfalle colorate e colibri ovunque!
... ground where other group members had dug holes. These sugar canes should be ready in about 2 months. After my job was done, I was taking pictures with the animals when a baby goat bit my shoulder! I wasn't at all worried but after some classmates expressed a concern, I put some Neosporin on it and it's all better! Silly little goat! (We got a cute picture though lol) After this, we split into two groups; We followed ...
... up just as the bus was driving past the house window – cue large swearing! This meant I had to then walk the 4km back in wind and rain at 4.45 back to the centre in order to get the 6am bus which went via a different road.
Anyway… I did make it out, and travelled another 8 hours to basically go to the beach for half a day! The thought of doing something like that back at home is absolutely ludicrous, but you just get on with it when ...
... the day. My resident was joyful and helpful and loved by all of his fellow residents and staff. There were other more dependent residents which were challenging in the pool, but the students managed well and everyone had fun. We ate lunch, chased some restless residents, and took over both rest rooms for changing the residents back into dry clothes, diapers, and shoes. During changing, one student was dependently lifting a resident ...
... t see the volcano at all!! After walking around Arenal for a couple of hours, we finished our day by relaxing in some natural hot springs with fellow travellers, before heading back to La Fortuna.
It turned out that that week-end was a special week-end for some indigenous tribe, celebrating some calendar event that I can't remember (I really pay attention to details don't I?!?). There were supposed to be celebrations going on all ...