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... are yellow here), bananas, star apple fruits and pineapples.
We had a typical Costa Rican lunch: retried beans, Nacho chips, chicken and rice and fruit juice. Very nice, especially with hot sauce sprinkled on the rice!
Tonight we will learn about the education system - tomorrow we visit a family where we will learn to cook a traditional meal and visit a school.
... in a non-English-speaking country. But it worked out fine.
The hotel was actually very nice, but as soon as I got into my room I went straight down to the hotel restaurant for a cerveza. It was actually called Bavaria for some reason, but was a local beer and not bad for a lager.
And then I did something I haven't done in a very long time. I actually wrote the blog for today on the same day! I'm ...
... at Wyndham Herradura Convention in San Jose the country's capital. After settling in our room,, we walked over to Hard Rock Restaurant for dinner and drinks. there was a band playing and we stayed a bit for the karaoke session. If it's not for the fact that songs played are all Spanish, we cld hv stayed longer. I'd in had enough drink, I could hv the guts to go onstage and sing the only Spanish song I know.. la Isla Bonita by Madonna.
... Due to there being more passengers than seats I rode on the bow, where there was more breeze and sea spray to keep me cool and we even saw dolphins briefly. After an hour and a bit we arrived and from the boat I wandered into town to the café where the hostel (1) pick up is. This wasn't due until 5.30 so after lunch I left my bag at the café and went walkabout. I visited several of the tour companies to see if they ...
... a sports bar to eat in awhile later. The food was good but I think all the workers were distracted by the game so service took awhile. I got something similar to tacos, with corn tortillas, pork, peppers, onions and pineapple.
We started heading back towards the hotel since we still had homework assignments to work on, and stopped on the way to pick up some stuff we needed (notebooks, pens, pencils). A few people went ...